**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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Difficulty in running Tomcat v7.0 with Eclipse Juno

I get the following error when I run my JSP file in Eclipse-Juno with Tomcat v7: 'starting Tomcat v7.0 server at localhost' has encountered a problem. Port 8080 required by Tomcat v7.0 server at ...
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XP Clients can't copy to networkshare

i have a windows 2003 domain where i have strange problem. One of our file shares is on a 2003r2 domain controller, xp clients trying to copy files on the share are always getting the error ...
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Why do I have network speed differences between 2 similar computers

I have 2 Windows xp pro workstations and both are mapped to a common folder on a windows 7 "file server". Workstation A is an i3 lenovo m81 with 4 GB ram (3.whatever usable). Workstation B is some ...
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Windows XP laptop doesn't appear in WSUS All computers list

I have this one laptop that doesn't appear in WSUS all computers list. We have about 23-25 PCs/laptops/servers in the network, all, but one are listed in WSUS. This is what I have done so far: 1) ...
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Error : IIS Admin Service is disabled?

I am trying to run iisreset on a windows-xp. It's not a domain machine, just a local workgroup we use for testing. The error I get is : IIS Admin Service is Disabled Just like "IIS Admin ...
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Wallpaper Breach in window xp

I have applied group policy for my Company Wallpaper. But in window xp, if i right click on images in web browser and than select Set as wallpaper, than the wallpaper changes. ( please see the below ...
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Specific Users experience Slow Login on XP, but no issues on Windows 7?

I am finding specific domain users endure ~15 minute login to XP machines, but have no issue logging onto Windows 7. Other users are able to login to these XP machine swithout issue. When the ...
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What is the most reliable way to copy access front end files to client PCs

I have several in house databases which have access 2003 front ends, either adp or ade files. I need to copy these from my server to every client machine. In the past I have used a rollout scripts ...
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Is it possible to script install modems for Windows XP?

Right now I have to go to "Phone and Modem Options" -> "Modems" -> "Add..." and then select the driver and com port to add the modem. I need to do this about 40 times and on many workstations so I was ...
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How do you prevent a VPN from exposing your IP when it disconnects?

I want every connection in a Virtual Machine (windows XP) to ONLY use my OpenVPN server, as soon as the connection is lost to OpenVPN, I want to lose all internet connectivity in the VM. Naturally the ...
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How can I add multiple modems to windows XP when only one physical modem is connected?

I'm working with some older software (Procomm Plus) and it requires about 40 modems to be installed. It doesn't need 40 physical modems installed, just around 40 installed in windows xp and mapped to ...
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DVR capture card with 4 BNC ports [closed]

Hi I have a capture card and only things I can read from it is: 10104 on the board and 'Techwell TW6802" on the main chip I can't find a working driver anywhere. I can accept any sollution (Even a ...
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Windows ADSI , WMI and Registry. How Do They All Relate With Each Other?

I have a work task which involves setting up Windows XP machines. I'm not a Windows user normally which is why I ask this question. The tasks involved in setting up one of these machines involve ...
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What could cause a group of machines to fail loading secure web pages only when assigned certain IP addresses?

I have about 20 cloned machines running Windows XP Pro SP3. Three of the computers are experiencing an issue where clicking the 'Proceed to checkout' button from the amazon.com shopping cart causes ...
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Capture SMTP traffic over long time period

We have an SMTP relay (just an XP box with SMTP) on our network. It's hanging around because some legacy apps used to use it so send emails from code. It hardly gets any traffic, I can see from the ...
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Multiple XP machines bluescreening simultaneously

What, other than magic, could cause multiple similarly configured XP Pro machines (non-domain joined, windows update disabled, no scheduled tasks) to bugcheck within 15 minutes of each other? The ...
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Remotely force a defragmentation

First, the computers are of around 21 Win 7 Machines and 29 Win XP machines. The DC is a Win2k8 server and the Mail server is Win2k3 I need to force a remote defragmentation on roughly 50 computers. ...
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How can I know whether my port is blocked by firewall or engaged with some other service [closed]

I want to know whether the below 3388 port is blocked by firewall or it is engaged with some other services. Could you please suggest on this. Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright ...
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GPO Screensaver not appearing

I've got a small network that consists of 80+ workstations that are a mix of Win7 and XP. Recently I tried applying a branded screensaver to appear on all the computers after the predetermined(15 ...
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how to find out the valid store names for certutil

I'm trying to find a way to script installing a certificate. Going "right-click->install certificate" works, and shows the certificate under 'subordinate certification authorities' in IE's ...
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connection to the Bitvise SSH Server

I tested connection using localhost (as it written in documentation) and connection was successful (I got opened terminal and SFTP) I set port forwarding on the router. I am located inside ...
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Windows: remote network routes as normal user (with privileged script/executable?)?

System: Windows XP SP3 Professional, part of an Active Directory We have an obligation to work with a VPN network client (CheckPoint) on selected workstations where selected users own a ...
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Can't run Windows XP on vmWare due to SCSI issues

I'm did have a virtual machine that I did run on a VMware Server before. Now do I try to get it up and runing on a VMware ESXi, but I keep geting following error message: There is at last one ...
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Unable to ping domain.local, but can ping server.domain.local

I have a single windows 2008 server running active directory, group policy, and DNS. DHCP is running from the firewall (this is because there are multiple branch locations, and each location has its ...
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“Allow logon locally” policy missing on Win XP

My active directory (SBS 2003) domain users cannot log on locally to a given client machine (XP SP3). Logon with the domain admin works. I would like users to be able to logon locally to this ...
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How do I get alerted when a workstation falls back from wired networking to wifi?

I have a bunch of medical-grade all-in-one workstations in use in a high-demand medical environment that spend their lives plugged in to power and wired networking. The systems came with a 30 minute ...
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Windows XP Computer moved from domain member to workgroup member: Can I restore my old user profile?

My computer with Windows XP (SP3) was member in a (Windows-NT) domain and has been moved into a Windows workgroup. A lot of settings are lost now: desktop configuration and design, windows explorer ...
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Specify desktop wallpaper image via GPO results in blank background

I'm running Windows Server 2008 and Windows XP clients attached to the domain. The local user has a background image specified, which I am trying to override with a GPO. I attempting to set the ...
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How can I see which permissions are necessary during a workstation app install?

Is it possible to see which permissions an application installer needs while it is running? I'm thinking sort of like a debugger or monitor to see what windows is checking for. The situation is that ...
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XP Pro laptop cannot access files on domain server

I'm managing about 20 computer for a small business, and set up their network yesterday. We have a server that fills multiple roles, including DHCP, Domain Admin, and file sharing/storage. Today all ...
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Apache timeouts and error log

I have an error whenever I run my code for a certain time. I use a lot of loops and sql connections. I basically, put and take out links from my database. The problem is that there is some error ...
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Windows 7 Clients are Locking Files

Since introducing Windows 7, we have a strange problem with locked files. We have a VB6 Program stored on a server. Clients open the program from the share, and work with it all day. When we had ...
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Windows XP Pro Update KB2707511 installing over and over

I am having a very peculiar issue installing Windows Updates on Windows XP Pro SP3. This is installed on a Virtual Machine (Oracle VirtualBox) with VM guest tools installed. I'm trying to get it up to ...
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Disable IPv6 address autoconfiguration on Windows XP

In Windows Vista and later versions, you can assign a static IPv6 address and the gateway to the interface via a GUI or alternatively with netsh. Addresses can also be statically configured on Windows ...
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How do I install Exchange System Manager without the original install media?

Is there a public download or other workaround for this? I'm trying to install the Exchange 2003 ESM on to an XPSP3 desktop.
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Lync install on XP machines closes Office applications

Our company is in the process of deploying Lync to our users. We intend to use GFI LANGuard to deploy the software to client machines. In testing, the installation has gone smooth on both Vista and ...
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Detecting a registry key with a space in the path from the CLI (or .bat file)?

I've run into a problem in which my experience (and Google-fu) have let me down. Basically, I need to push out KB968730 to a couple hundred clients or so. Naturally, would like to check for the ...
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Troubleshooting Windows EAP/RADIUS connectivity issues

So, I guess the short version of the question is: I'm unable to get clients to connect to an enterprise-WPA wireless network after setting up a "new" NPS server and a new CA. After I manually ...
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Pushing Information into a Networked/Shared Read-Only Excel File Used by Multiple People [closed]

We have a pretty unique situation at work. We have order takers who take orders and each individual references the same shared read-only excel document on a network storage drive. This excel document ...
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Configuring IIS site to use HTTPS

I am working on a REST API which I have currently deployed on a Win XP Professional SP2 development machine running IIS 5.1. The site is currently being hosted on port 81 and being accessed via HTTP. ...
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Speeding up Outlook Express on Windows XP over satellite

My brother is in the field with Doctors Without Borders. I'm posting this question on his behalf. We use outlook express (on a pc running windows XP) and a 9600 baud dial up satellite phone modem ...
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Access Network Folder using Different User Credential

Domain Controller OS - Window Server 2008 R2 Client OS - Window XP, window 7 Window XP client name - Client1 Window XP Client Name - Client2 I had login as "abc.local\Q2020" on Client1 and ...
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How can I know if someone change the default gateway on an XP or 7 client?

I want to keep a track who is changing the default gateway of any Client PC running Windows XP or Windows 7. Is this in a log anywhere? If not, how can I track or log this event?
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Firewall GPO not applying despite being enumerated by gpresult

I have a need to open up the admin$ share on all of my domain's client PC's and I am trying to do so using group policy. I defined computer policy for Windows Firewall with Advanced Security in a ...
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Deny Default-Gateway changing rights to local Administrator

Is there any method to deny changing Default - Gateway ip-address to local Administrator?. I have around 10 Helpdesk Engineer for better Troubleshooting on Client PC, i have included there domain ...
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Deactivate Win XP SP3

I'm attempting to deactivate a Windows XP SP3 install in order to test configuration scripts. I've tried to modify the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\WindowsNT\Current ...
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Configuring ZenOSS to monitor CPU load

I'm trying test out monitoring tools for a network at work with a coworker but neither of us have ever used an sort of monitoring tools before. Currently we are experimenting with ZenOSS and having ...
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Disable speakers on Windows client machines?

I am looking for a way with which I can completely disable Windows-audio-output on on a group of computers that our students use. Ideally, I would like to disable it only for students and enable it ...
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Cannot access Windows 7 share from Windows XP

I have a new Windows 7 machine named PAP44 in the PAP workgroup. The networking is set to "Work" mode for the wired LAN. I have a couple of users and I've shared a folder and set it so both users can ...
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How to find out what RDP sessions I'm currently logged in to?

Is there a quick way to find out which servers I'm currently remoted in to? I'm running Windows XP on my computer, and I've closed all my rdp windows but didn't log off, and I'd like to know if there ...