Windows 2000 Server – Unable to display user selection dialog

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W2K Server, SP4, SQL2000, Altiris, Access database Try to add users to share permission or security, see message "unable to display user selection dialog. The specified module could not be found." Doesn't matter what drive, what folder, etc. I am able to remove users, but not add.
ASKED: January 13, 2005  11:12 AM
UPDATED: January 20, 2005  11:48 AM

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Check which module is being requested, and make sure it has been loaded. You may have to contact the supplier of the running application.

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  • Mraslan
    Is your machine member of a domain?
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  • Mraslan
    ok, first make sure that you are logged on using a domain admin account, and make sure that the communication between the server and the domain controller is fine, use dcdiag for testing, first, get the Windows 2000 CD, open it, go to the support > tools > then run setup from there. after its finished, open start menu you will find there a folder called support tools, from there open the command prompt and type dcdiag, if any test returns fail then tell us
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    ok, first make sure that you are logged on using a domain admin account, and make sure that the communication between the server and the domain controller is fine, use dcdiag and netdiag for testing, first, get the Windows 2000 CD, open it, go to the support > tools > then run setup from there. after its finished, open start menu you will find there a folder called support tools, from there open the command prompt and type dcdiag and netdiag, if any test returns fail then tell us
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  • Terrib
    mraslan -- Thank you for suggestion. Did not receive any fails. However, I did find a workaround to my problem. Downloaded Windows 2000 Resource utility, rmtshare.exe This is a command line utility that allowed me to grant the user permission to the shared folder. I still wish to determine what dll is needed for the user selection dialog box to be seen so that I can correct the problem.
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