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Sep
27
accepted I have an administrator account, why can I not turn of the automatic installation (and reboot) of updates in windows server 2008 r2?
Sep
27
accepted Server 2003 - Default installation of SharePoint throws javascript error 'undefined' is null or not an object
Sep
27
accepted Cannot Login to RDP on Server 2003 r2
Sep
27
asked Change MYSQL Port on Windows
Sep
2
awarded  Teacher
Sep
2
comment Cannot Login to RDP on Server 2003 r2
will accept this as my answer in 2days or so when SF allows...
Sep
2
answered Cannot Login to RDP on Server 2003 r2
Sep
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revised Cannot Login to RDP on Server 2003 r2
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revised Cannot Login to RDP on Server 2003 r2
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asked Cannot Login to RDP on Server 2003 r2
Jul
18
awarded  Scholar
Jul
18
accepted mysqlcheck doesn't support multiple contradicting commands
Jul
14
comment mysqlcheck doesn't support multiple contradicting commands
Thanks Mike! Explained perfectly. I'll have a crack at this tomorrow and let you know when it's fixed ;-D
Jul
14
asked mysqlcheck doesn't support multiple contradicting commands
Jun
27
answered Server 2003 - Default installation of SharePoint throws javascript error 'undefined' is null or not an object
Jun
27
revised Server 2003 - Default installation of SharePoint throws javascript error 'undefined' is null or not an object
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Jun
27
asked Server 2003 - Default installation of SharePoint throws javascript error 'undefined' is null or not an object
Apr
28
comment I have an administrator account, why can I not turn of the automatic installation (and reboot) of updates in windows server 2008 r2?
I am in the process of obtaining the credentials for the "administrator" account - I'll check back as soon as I'm in and have taken a look. Thanks, Chris.
Apr
27
awarded  Student
Apr
26
asked I have an administrator account, why can I not turn of the automatic installation (and reboot) of updates in windows server 2008 r2?