Hi, I am working in this program called Industry Propriety in my office. Someone who already left our office had programmed our software to make it restart with 5 minutes interval. Now my task is to change the interval because five minutes is too fast. As a technical support person, everyone is expecting from me. I was working hard finding ways on how to terminate the current process setting and adjust it to their preferred time interval. Please help me find software that can do it for me. My server is Windows 2003.
I like to implement a user account policy that has administrative rights in our Windows 2003 domain. Everyone has been changing their passwords for every 3 months as of the present, and I want the Administrators to change their passwords as well every month. Can I make a distinctive policy for the two account types or do I have to implement a new policy for the Administrators? And also, do these accounts have to be separate in OU?
Hi! I have a problem regarding to my windows server 2003. First I added provisioning server clients to active directory. Then I created a vdisk. I restarted my computer and after windows logo this error appeared and the system automatically reboot. What’s wrong?
lsass.exe – System Error
When trying to update a password, this return status indicates that the value provided as the current password is not correct.
I am using Windows 2003 Server with 6 computer networks connected together. How can I keep my kids to go over the remark registration time? In other words, how could I set up the server to close the session depending on the recording time? Can someone help? Thanks.
I have a problem applying a policy to a particular user in the Windows 2003 server. I can easily formulate it but it is the linking part that I am having trouble doing it. I admit that I am new to Windows 2003 server and that I need to learn more. Can someone please help because I have been to several sites and my efforts to find the particular subject even in Google haven’t yielded anything?
The following is a list of error messages that may arise when trying to connect either a win2000 Pro or 2003 server to other computers in a network.
From a computer running Windows NT server 4.0 the error message received states:
Error = There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request.
From a pc running windows 98 the error message states:
Error 2215: server name is not accessible. The logon server cannot be found.
Can someone please help me figure out why when you try to upgrade your win2000 server to 2003 your attempts to access the partition that has the OS is denied unlike before. And also, why is it during the text-mode part of setup there is a probability of getting a stop error message that looks like this; STOP: 0x0000008E(0xC0000006, 0xFC99F5C0).
I need your help for solving this error which arose when I upgraded to windows 2003 from windows 2000. First, some windows services fail to run when the computer is starting and second, sometimes I get a message bearing the words “The page file is too small” or “You do not have a page file”. I don’t understand why this is happening so please help.
Hi! I need some help with my computer. I used to run Windows XP on my computer but since I had to do some software testing for the company I am working for, I had to uninstall it so I could install Windows Server 2003.
Now, I need to reinstall Windows XP in my computer but the only way I could do that is for me to uninstall Windows Server 2003. The problem is I could not find the Uninstall option anywhere.
I tried formatting the C:\ drive but I got an error message saying “Access denied.” I also tried inserting the installer disc on the CD drive but during setup, it would come to a point where it doesn’t detect any supported products for upgrades.