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There are a few updates that add SHA-256 support in Windows Server 2003. The one you need is KB2868626; when installed this update will enable you to install SHA-256 SSL certificates on Server 2003 SP2. You may want to install the ones below as well so you can connect to your own site. KB938397 adds SHA-256 support to Server 2003 (SP1 or SP2). This update ...


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What probably happened is copied the default domain controller and then renamed the new one and then used it to create a policy then wanted to deleted it I have seen quit few people do this. its actually poor design that server allows you to make policy in this manner form the original if it does not allow you to remove them also. The Fix for the issue - ...


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Dumb Question #1: Have you turned off UAC? More often than not this causes issues with applications that "Worked fine in 2003". Dumb Question #2: Have you tried ProcMon to figure out why it's crashing? "May be it fails to open the file.": I think you nailed it here (either file or port related would be my guess), procmon will help you verify the issue. ...


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From the command prompt, you can use the following wmic command to get a full list of the installed updates in html format: wmic qfe list full /format:htable > hotfixes.html If you prefer the csv format, use the /format:csv modifier instead: wmic qfe list full /format:csv > hotfixes.csv


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Apparently Windows saves drive mappings, DFS links, and other nitnoid things in the Offline Files cache (whether or not you have offline files enabled). The cache is saved per user on each client machine. This cache can become corrupt, which leads to numerous issues with all of the technologies involved. Clearing the cache and reinitializing the database ...


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First of all i am sorry for my language. hope this is some help. Win 2003 r2 Enable TC/ip on that sever so it can communicate whit network Install FPNW (File and network for Netware Microsoft produkt) Then you have IPX FPNW is downloadable from Microsoft site and you are license to 1000 concurrent connections Disable remote desktop (not compatible whit ...


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I recommend signing up for a free account on SenderScore.org. They have some very useful tools for diagnosing why your mails might be being rejected.


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CompleteFTP starts at $249 for the Standard Edition, which should cover your requirements. It allows you to create users inside the package itself without having to create Windows users for them. There's also a virtual file-system allowing you to customize the directory structure that you present to users. It supports Windows Server 2003. There are also ...


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I think there might be a policy that some user logs in and the operating system accept the policy from the user. Is there any way to change this?


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You may check the BIOS settings to make sure that suspend mode isn't enabled. Take a look at your power management by using this command : powercfg /query If the Control Panel doesn't affect your power configuration also try powercfg /hibernate off Hope this help.


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I had this same problem and the only way I realized why I couldn't take ownership or even grant permissions was by using Process Explorer. It told me that AVG, my anti-virus, had a grasp on my entire E:\ Drive. Disabled the anti-virus, and voila! It works! Time to uninstall this trash.


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Look in C:\RemoteInstall\Images there will be a temp image that is not a .wim-file. Delete it and uploading images should work as usual.


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Yes you can use ADMT to copy accounts across forest and include sidhistory. you can set it to not delete the source. Yes you can change the account name to have a different prefix etc. You will need a trust to maintain access to objects in the source forest. See https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc974332(v=ws.10).aspx


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The simplest answer is change the permissions on the share itself. Change the user group, or the users individually if they were added to the share that way, from whatever they are to Read.


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I believe I've found an appropriate non-complicated script capable of doing what I need. for /F "tokens=1,2,3 delims=:" %%i in (fixacl.lst) do xcacls d:\share\%%i /T /g CONTOSO\%%i:R Administrators:F /Y This should take a list of usernames (or a list of directories, since every directory has an associated user and vice versa, 1:1) andoverwrite the ...


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One way to do this would be to grant the Domain Users group the appropriate permissions on the parent folder and to check the Replace all existing inheritable permissions on all descendants with inheritable permissions from this object checkbox in the Advanced Security Settings on the parent folder. This will replace the permissions on all of the child ...



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