• Failed to open the group policy object

    On a XP machine I am trying to edit a group policy using the group policy management snap-in and keep getting a error: failed to open the group policy object. you may not have appropriate rights. It works on my other XP machine I'm a domain admin and have the logged on as the same user?

    Sjptarlo0 pointsBadges:
  • NAS Share Drive Encryption

    We have a need to encrypt network attached storage (NAS) share drives in a Windows Server 2008/Windows 7 environment and are looking for encryption software recommendations.  The network share drive is served up via NAS/accessed from Windows 7 and we would like all of the files encrypted at rest,...

    TechTalker2,310 pointsBadges:
  • Allow Non-Admins to log each other off in Windows 7

    We have windows 7 pc's on our domain, when people are logged in and the next users try's to log in they can't, i need to find a group policy or setting so that if the second user tries to log in it logs of the first user. We can't use faster user switching because we use USB devices that will be...

    ZGerman5 pointsBadges:
  • how to reduce high CPU and memory utilization

    please suggest me , is there any set of command to reduce high CPU and memory utilization of cisco router

    Vinesh123480 pointsBadges:
  • Windows not recognizing my external hard drive.

    When I plug my external hard drive into the USB, it does absolutely nothing. It doesn't recognize that a device has been connected at all. I know it's not a problem with the hard drive itself, because it works just fine when I plug it into my laptop, and I know it's not a problem with the USB port...

    Aaron Brown15 pointsBadges:
  • Set up retention policy for deleted items folder on Exchange 2007

    How to set up retention policy for deleted item folder on exchange 2007? I would like to run the policy to empty the folder based on item age. Thank you.

    X4y10 pointsBadges:
  • How to restore the deleted data or from formatted drive

    Dear all, I want to restore data files and folders from the fomatted drive. Plz help me in this regard. Windows XP Service Pack 1 Ashiq Ali

    240210240 pointsBadges:
  • Zebra ZM400 network configuration

    How do change the printers name and IP address from the printers LCD?

    JDamage5 pointsBadges:
  • File extensions: .sta and .out

    Hi,Im wondering if anyone knows anything about a program that will open a sta file and am out file...thanks!

    kimannep10 pointsBadges:
  • Step-by-step procedure for Core Configurator 1.1

    I need step by step procedure of CoreConfigurator 1.1 for RODC of Windows Server 2008 32bit.

    shakil4sk5 pointsBadges:
  • How can I open .swm file extensions?

    My Toshiba laptop wouldn't boot because of a hard drive problem. I tries a system restore, but no luck. I've now removed the drive because it had around 2000 of our childrens pictures on it. I've opened it on my desktop, and found them under a folder called Toshiba HDD Recovery. When I open the...

    gustav705 pointsBadges:
  • What is a File copy limit in Windows XP?

    Does any one know what is a copy limit in windows XP as when we copy a lot of small files Windows XP stations come up with low resources error ex. we copy 40GB=800000 files windows 2003 server edition is fine no problems.

    Dimchik0 pointsBadges:
  • Acronis Backup & Restore Issue

    I have Windows XP installed on my PC with some application (shared) running on that PC, I would like to make a clone of this PC using Acronis Backup & Recovery. After booting with Acronis Bootable in the source column my Local HDD doesn’t show up, I can only see the external HDD. What could...

    aneeeel35 pointsBadges:
  • Setting a network status alarm in Windows 7

    Whenever I'm using Windows 7 and I lose my Internet access, the network indicator turns yellow. Now I want to get the status in my software / set an alarm whenever I lose my connection. Is this possible? Can I get this status?

    ITKE376,290 pointsBadges:
  • Proprietary application server vs. open source application server

    what is a proprietary application server and a open source application server?

    tharik12335 pointsBadges:
  • Deleting a file in Microsoft Office 2003 outbox

    I have a file with a too large attachment that can not be sent. How do I delete it from Outbox?

    coopman37425 pointsBadges:
  • How to perform system recovery on Windows 8 system

    I want to know how to perform a system recovery on Windows 8 system which may have been updated to 8.1 with the service pack that was available for a short time before being pulled. I already started the recovery process and the machine is saying please wait and doing this for 18 hours now. What do...

    ChristianaYonkings5 pointsBadges:
  • Online file management system

    Hi, I have the following issue: On monthly basis, I receive several XLS files from partners. I dive into each file to check format and content. After that, I consolidate all XLS file into 1 'output' file. I would like to work with an online ETL tool, that my partners can use to upload their data....

    renedeptit5 pointsBadges:
  • Import data from Access into SQL Server 2005

    Hello, I have a large database on ms access with more than 100 tables. I am planning to do migrate this database into MS SQL Server 2005. I am receiving info into database access on a daily basis. So I have to do an auto job to import data from access into SQL Server 2005. I think that creating a...

    7715 pointsBadges:
  • Export data from SAP Crystal Reports v11

    I installed SAP Crystal Reports v11 in a Windows 7 environment. I cannot export data to either a Microsoft format or a pdf format. The application closes with no error message. No application errors appear in Event Viewer

    Advoc20145 pointsBadges:

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