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Dec
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comment Server Backup reports incomplete backup [0x80070020] due to item in System Volume Information Folder
Welp, I'd say start running it... ;) You are saying you have unexpected file access problems, so a CHKDSK is the first (or one of the first) steps that should be done to confirm/deny file-system corruption. Once you've done that, come back and update your question with the results...
Dec
7
comment Server Backup reports incomplete backup [0x80070020] due to item in System Volume Information Folder
What were the results of a disk/file-system check (chkdsk)?
Dec
7
comment How to find out who deleted event viewer logs
Then they may have destroyed them at the file level. If the user can delete logs and system files, you can't possibly log him using that system... so unfortunately I'd say your out of luck, unless you have some form of external auditing in place, which if you did, I'm guessing you wouldn't be asking us about this. ;)
Dec
7
comment How to find out who deleted event viewer logs
This isn't accurate for Windows 2003.
Dec
7
answered How to find out who deleted event viewer logs
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
21
comment Named on AIX (5.3) - DIG won't find hosts without FQDN?
Nice info! 5 years too late for me since that server is long dead and replaced, but hey, thanks anyway for taking the time - I wish I could test it to confirm it was my problem! :)
Sep
24
comment Using GPP to set local admins
Exactly which GPP(s) are you trying to use to set it?
Sep
4
awarded  Constituent
Aug
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Jul
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awarded  Notable Question
May
28
comment User loads temp profile every login
If the user logs into a different computer and it works, then it's just the local profile on that single machine. Delete it and it will be created anew the next time they try to log in.
May
12
accepted GPMC missing Hide/Show links
May
12
comment GPMC missing Hide/Show links
Interesting. It was already disabled. I enabled and then disabled it again and that fixed it. Weird. Thanks though! :)
May
12
asked GPMC missing Hide/Show links
May
6
comment Why would a portion of a website work outside my LAN, and not inside it?
If you access it by its LAN name/IP from within the LAN does it work?
May
6
answered Configure startup programs for a user AD-wide
May
5
comment Configure startup programs for a user AD-wide
Yes it's possible and pretty easy via Group Policy -- if you're the admin of the AD. Are you?
Apr
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
20
comment How to lock Windows Server 2008 R2?
Are you an Admin? How are they remotely connecting? RDS?