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  • What do my Event Viewer files mean?

    How can I figure out exactly what my Event Viewer files mean?

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  • Event viewer shows logs after I get off the computer

    Basically I got off at 1:41 pm, March 2nd. The event viewer shows that but it also says I was on march 3rd at 3 am to 4am and I wasn't on, I was asleep. No one else has access to my computer. What is going on???

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  • Windows Server 2003 print spooler

    The following question was recently sent via e-mail from a user: Windows Server 2003 (SP1) print spooler service is giving me an error every time I try to print: Error Event ID:7031 The Print Spooler service terminated I've tried restarting and it seems ok until I try to print again.

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  • User log in to Active Directory Windows Server 2003

    I would like to check if the users still connect to the domain or format their PCs and doesn't log to the domain. Is there any way to check that last log in of the users instead of event viewer?

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  • Microsoft Exchange Transport

    How can I configure a receive connector to allow POP3 users for SMTP relay.

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  • SMTP address is not auto populated and user cannot open Outlook

    We have a problem in the exchange server, when creating a new email account, SMTP address is not auto populated and user cannot open outlook, I tried updating first RUS, then rebuilding RUS but still problem persists. As I check my event logs I was able to see this error below: Type:Error...

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  • WebReady doesn’t load

    Hi All, Am getting this error when I try to open a document from OWA, via webready? The WebReady Document Viewing service is not working correctly because an error occurred. Please contact technical support for your organization. Event log error: Event ID: 68 The WebReady Document Viewing worker...

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  • Multiple Outlook sessions on Exchange Server

    Does anyone have a fix for the issue with multiple Outlook sessions created on the Exchange Server? It creates event 9646 in the application log on the Exchange Server. I've tried increasing the limit and hard setting the network speed, no change. We don't have any third party add-ins installed....

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  • Windows Server 2003 domain controller Event ID 675

    I have a Windows Server 2003 domain controller and have been seeing a lot of "Failure Audit" entries in the Security log. ID 675 "Pre-authentication failed:" Failure Code: 0x19 Any suggested fixes?

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  • Linux: Changing the output color using the Echo command

    My friend and I are trying to print a text in the terminal using the Echo command but we're having issues printing the text in a different color (red particularly). How should we proceed here? Thanks!

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  • What Event ID is best used to see if someone is copying files on a server

    What is the best event ID to search on when you suspect someone is purposely copying and deleting & moving files on the server

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  • Event ID 538

    The following question was recently submitted via e-mail by a user: Running Windows Server 2003 and Terminal Services, getting Type 3 on a specific username on Event ID 538. What does this mean? Particular type of logoff? Anyone have experience with this error?

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  • event id 41 in windows 2008 r2

    I have a HP DL380G6 with Windows 2008 R2 installed. It randomly reboots and when you check the event logs it says - kernel power /event id 41. Already updated firmware, proliant support pack, and system programmable logic device to the latest version but still problem persists.

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  • Computer account not added to DNS record

    From what I've read, when a Windows DNS client dynamically creates a DNS record for itself, its AD computer account is granted "Write" access to its DNS record, allowing the client to dynamically update it's record in the future. For some reason in our environment several servers' host records are...

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  • Event ID: 478

    Hello all First I like to thank for your time I am new to IT field and I am administering small business exchange server. A few week ago the exchange server had a hard crash due to insufficient disk space. after I do some clean up I am not able to do back up in back up exec as well as NT back up. I...

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  • How to check if anyone is accessing my network port

    Hi, how can I check if there's any body accessing my network port. We have in our network port open port for the manager. How can I put event viewer in this port?

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  • Event ID:1058 and Event ID:1030 occur every five minutes on Server DNS & AD

    Event Type: Error Event Source: Userenv Event Category: None Event ID: 1058 Date: 9/4/2552 Time: 14:15:03 User: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM Computer: PCK1 Description: Windows cannot access the file gpt.ini for GPO CN={ED0F5B27-8302-4F4F-8548-5811A6A42E49},CN=Policies,CN=System,DC=phrachomklao,DC=go,DC=th....

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  • Exchange Event New ID’s

    Hi , Any one have an idea about exchange event id and their numbers. Please share with me Thanks & Regards

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  • In the Application Event Viewer on my Exchange 2003 Server, I’m seeing lot of entries like this: The remote host “58.89.214.194” . . .

    In the Application Event Viewer on my Exchange 2003 Server, I'm seeing lot of entries like this: The remote host "58.89.214.194", responded to the SMTP command "rcpt" with "550 No such address ". The full command sent was "RCPT TO:<+._-63terasaki@waseda.jp> ". This will probably cause the...

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  • Backing up Windows event logs

    Hi, Could someone show me official Microsoft documentation that shows whether or not Windows 2003 ntbackup (or 2008 backup) is able to backup and restore Windows event log files. I know that if you try and backup the .evt files directly (C:\WINDOWS\system32\config) that ntbackup will silently skip...

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