**Windows XP is EOL it is past time to move on**. Windows XP is an operating system produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, and media centers. It was first released in August 2001, and is currently one of the most popular versions of ...

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Can a Windows XP client connect to a RemoteApp hosted on Server 2008 R2?

Can a Windows XP client (running SP3 if that matters) connect to a RemoteApp hosted on a Server 2008 R2 RDSH server? I've searched the Internet for an answer but keep finding information explaining ...
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How to (re)set permissions for a Service in Windows XP

I have a client XP machine that logs onto the network via dial-up connection. In the process of identifying and removing a worm on the client, the permissions for Remote Access Connection Manager got ...
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How do I disable specific keyboard keys in batch? [closed]

I'm trying to figure out what to do to disable the following keys in a batch script: Ctrl Alt Windows Key Escape Delete (not Backspace) Pause/Break key Can someone help me please? It's so a ...
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How do I utilize disk space in batch? [closed]

I'm trying to write a batch file that would kinda go like this: if DiskSpace > 255MB for C:, goto 1 :1 copy "E:\file.txt" "C:\destination\" It's for a program I assembled, and I needed to create ...
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Tls1.0 between client and server Windows not working

I am trouble getting TLS 1.0 working between a client, which is a Windows Xp machine and a server, which is a Server 2008 R2. On the server the event log shows the message saying that TLS 1.0 ...
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Unable to change Location in Windows XP when trying to add user

I am trying to add domain users to "Remote Desktop" in Windows XP 32 bit. Problem is I am unable to change location from local pc to domain. Check the following screenshot and you will see location is ...
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New Exchange SSL certificate now Windows XP Outlook clients won't connect

I renewed our SSL certificate for Exchange but now Outlook won't connect on any Windows XP machines. It asks for the username and password and even when the correct credentials are entered it just ...
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Windows XP Clients cannot access \\domain.local\SYSVOL share on 2012 R2 Domain Controllers

We've recently promoted 3 new 2012 R2 domain controllers and still have 1 2003 domain controller on the network, which we're planning on demoting in the next week or two. We seem to be having a ...
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Why does Windows XP run applications from network shares so much more quickly than Windows 7?

I have multiple clients that run all sorts of (mostly badly-designed) software off network shares. The design of the software is such that it's intended to do so - the server runs the database locally ...
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Is there any build of WUDFUsbccidDriver.dll compatible with windows XP x-64?

I want to load WUDFUsbccidDriver.dll (version 6.1.7600.16385) into a 64-bit edition of windows XP, but there is some lost dependencies that unables windows to load this driver correctly and fails with ...
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INSTALLING SQL SERVER 2008 in Windows XP

Hello this is my first time in Server Fault so I wish people are as accommodating here as in Stack Overflow. So.. Heres the thing. I need to install SQL Server 2008 Express 32 Bit on a Windows XP ...
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Windows XP SP 3 Double Sign On to RDS

I have a bunch of Windows XP SP 3 clients that need to logon to a Windows Server 2012 RDS. They get prompted to sign on when using an RDP icon. It then closes, and they have to sign on again. The ...
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Remote desktop to XP logs in ok but “server initiated disconnect” within 5 seconds

Context Several computed running Windows XP SP3 had remote desktop working okay. One could use Microsoft's client mstsc.exe on another WinXP, or rdesktop from Linux. Problem Suddenly one day, ...
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Robocopy - Share to Share copy over network - Files did not end up in the expected location

A client of mine recently got a new Windows 2012 server to replace an old Windows XP Professional computer we were using as a file server. Everything appeared to be copying fine, I stored a log file ...
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How to update IE on old WinXP system?

There is a old computer here that is running WinXP and IE7 (yes, 7). I'd like to update it IE8, which is the latest version that is allowed to run on WinXP. I know support for XP has ended, but I ...
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Windows symbolic link on network share with XP clients

I have a windows 2008 R2 server which has a folder shared out. Within this folder I have created a symbolic link. This works fine for Win 7 machines in the organisation, however there are a number of ...
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Kerberos Authenticator Encryption Type NULL

So, I've been working on a SSO enabled XMPP application on our network for a couple weeks. I have 95% of the bugs worked out, and everything is running smoothly. The problem is that I have a couple ...
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Additional Keyboard settings from Active Directory

We have some users in our company who need to use additional Keybaords, in order to achieve this one of the other admins had written a VBS script which runs when users in a particular group log in to ...
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%systemroot%\system32\GroupPolicy gone

DC Win2012, Client XP I have a couple of problems getting GPOs applied - well, they show up as getting applied (gpresult) but the software i tried to deploy didnt got deployed. I enabled ...
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Installing SCCM Client 2012 failed: “CcmSetup failed with error code 0x80004002”

We're using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012. And I have issues installing the SCCM Client on a Windows XP Prof SP3 PC. The Log on the XP machine says: Failed to query BITS 2.5 ...
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Access named computer on domain without using IP address

I added a computer to a Windows SBS 2008 domain, called it ps076. When I try to access the D: drive of the computer through Windows Explorer (I have admin rights) using this syntax: \\ps076\d$ I ...
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Can’t mount NFS share from linux server on windows

There is a linux server supporting NFS v3 and 4, and a virtual machine with WinXP running a client service for NFS. XP can ping the server, but cannot mount NFS shares. From /etc/exports: ...
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Windows XP client wont authenticate to Windows Server 2003

First our environment. We have a Windows Server 2003 machine providing all services for Windows, and a pfSense 2.4 firewall providing other services such as DHCP and DNS. The firewall does not ...
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vmware virtual machine keeps freezing

Strangely I have a virtual machine that keeps constantly freezing for some seconds or minutes. On the OS side, the CPU and memory used are quite low. On VMWare side, it's the same, the machine never ...
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OpenNMS installation failure

I am willing to use OpenNMS to monitor my network. Monitoring it fully from the router to the nodes from a computer will be connecting the network as node not as administrator and that computer using ...
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What is the easiest way to deploy the same desktop & software across 35 workstations for several hundred users? [closed]

Currently we have 35 workstations with WIN XP SP3 on it. Currently they logon to Server 2012 Standard (we do have ability for RDS Session Based desktops), and the users files (my documents are stored ...
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In which version of windows is powershell installed by default?

As title says. I just installed XP SP2 and i was expecting to have PowerShell 1.0 installed; however, it isn't. It seems I have to manually install it. If I upgrade to SP3 do I get PowerShell. From ...
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How can I check my permissions in Active Directory? [closed]

I have my virtual machine (Windows XP) and some user account assigned to me. I also belong to several groups. What I actually know is my user name, password and a couple of other things that I have ...
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Users randomly unable to log into certain computers

I have an issue where users are randomly unable to log onto a certain computer. We have Windows Server 2003, and XP for the clients. The error that appears is the generic "Wrong username or bad ...
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sccm 2007 agent fail to install on windows xp client machine even after manually tried to install agent

We have about 1000 client machine with XP SP3 in our network. As you know Microsoft stopped supporting XP. now we cant install SCCM 2007 agent on our xp machines remotely. because windows update ...
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user cannot log on even after password reset

I have a user that cannot log on, even after reseting the password. It allows the user to 'Change password at first log on' but then does not let the user log in. The only error that displays is the ...
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Windows registry settings do not take effect on IE 8

I am running Internet Excplorer version 8.0.6001 on Windows XP SP3. I want to change the default search engine for IE without using the user interface. So, I modified these registries: ...
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net view displays only my own computer

On Windows 7, I run net view. But only my own machine is displayed whereas I am supposed to see 8 others computers. However, the ping to those computers adrresses works fine. Why net view does not ...
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Why does windows xp standalone group policy apply in the safe mode to the default administrator?

I am trying to turn standalone Windows XP installed on VirtualBox virtual machine into an AppStation-style machine (only one allowed application, taskbar, start with lone shutdown option, and a ...
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Windows XP procedurally drop packets [closed]

We have a need in our office network to procedurally drop incoming packets on an Windows XP machine acting as a server. By procedurally we mean to drop a percentage of packets incoming to the XP ...
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GPO - Mapped drive for non-domain user on a domain computer

I am trying to add a mapped drive for a number of CNC machines that all run off Windows XP boxes that are joined to our domain, the computer policies apply fine but as the software for the CNC only ...
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I failed to open my xp backup bkf file in Windows 7

I moved xp backup bkf file to windows 7, but could not open bkf file through NTBackup restore utility because I received an error message “the backup file contains unrecognized data and cannot be ...
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Prevent creation of default shortcuts and Favorites in Windows XP SP3?

(1) Whenever a new user is created on a Windows XP SP3 system running Internet Explorer 8, their Favorites folder is automatically populated with a "Microsoft websites" folder and several links in the ...
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Create iso/image/installation from Windows XP-installation

I'm using VMware and want to create a virtual machine with Windows XP. For this I want to use the Windows XP-installation of another computer, I don't have the cd, so I want to create a iso/image (or ...
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Can i have live image of 10 different xp system in one external harddisk [closed]

Actually My issue is , I am having 10 different system . each is having xp installed. Now for backup, i want to make a live image of each system in my hard disk.so that when recover required i can ...
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Windows XP image sysprepped in VirtualBox fails to boot on bare metal

(1) I created a VirtualBox virtual machine and installed then customized a Windows XP SP3 reference system in it. (2) I ran sysprep to reseal the system for deployment. By restarting the virtual ...
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Turn off Internet Access; Leave Intranet On

I have a machine running Windows XP SP3 on a domain run by a server running Windows Server 2003 for our DNS. We also have a sonic wall firewall. We use the XP machine to receive faxes and scan ...
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Should I use FAT or NTFS when using Windows XP as a KVM guest? [closed]

I am installing 32-bit Windows XP as a KVM guest on CentOS 6. Should I be using FAT or NTFS filesystem and why?
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Best practice on how to update & reboot a live server [closed]

We have a business critical server that has not been re-booted in over 2 years. It is running Windows Server 2003, with SQL Server 2005 (SP3), Visual Studio 2005 and 2008R2, and has numerous versions ...
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How can i get Windows XP 64bit pro to recognise memory?

Looking for some help. We have a computer running Windows XP Pro 64bit SP2 (supported till April lol). It is dealing with lots of video feeds in our organisation and it only had 4gig of ram. So in my ...
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Windows XP Service Dependency Order and SQL Express

Several years ago I built and deployed a system on XP that involved a custom written service that talked to a local 2008 SQL Express instance (that also had a CLR dependency). At the time I set up ...
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Windows XP VMs on ESXis not pinging each other

I'm running a virual environment of this sort. There's a UCS box that has several VMs. I've setup 3 Virtual ESXi VMs and vCenter Server appliance. Using the appliance, I installed 3 WinXP VMs on the ...
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Restrict RDS access for XP users

Please note, when I say "server", I don't mean the RDS client/server software on each persons computer, I mean a single central server which may be able to control which client computers can connect ...
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How do I know if a DLL is registered?

When you are registering a DLL in old machines (Windows XP), regsrv always says that the registration was sucessful. This happens even if the user doesn't have permission to register. With the name ...
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GPO - Software restriction policy

I was trying to set up GPO - Software restriction policy, so i created the object on our Domain Controller. Fast forward the next day, everybody who turned off their systems at night could not login ...