29/12/2018 6:33
XP SP2 wants to check C: (NTFS) for consistency; When allowed, it passes file verification,passes index checksthen starts recovering orphaned files.
lists: _REGISTRY_USER_NTUSER_S-1-5-19 (40613) into directory file 40568 CHKDSK then hangs; disk i/o light is on pretty solid.
If file verification is denied, system appears to boot and run prettynormally.
Is there a way to recover this? Thx,

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28/12/2018 18:33
When I try to use the Netdom utility on the BDC with the /Add option to add a BDC back to the domain (after I deleted its account from Server Manager) no I get the message: Access Denied. If I try to perfrom the same command (Netdom BDC BDCserver /Add) from the PDC I get the message that the computer account already exists. Anyhelp on what is causing this error. Much appreciated. Brent

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28/12/2018 6:33
We have two users, both of whom are on XP Pro O/S, who are unable toconnect to a shared folder on a Windows NT server. The NT server is amember of a Windows 2000 AD (as are the clients).
The folder is shared with everyone/everyone permissions.
Other users on other O/S (including other XP users) are able toconnect to the share.
When trying to map a drive to this share, the error is: <servername> is not accessible. You might not have permission to usethis network resource. Contact the adm.... read more

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27/12/2018 18:33
Sounds like the monitor saying there's no video signal - or possibly anunsupported scan rate. (Different monitors give different messages). Do yousee *anything* on the screen during the boot process? If no, that it soundslike there's no video signal at all. You might want to check the video cablehasn't fallen out or something silly.
Can you access the server over the network? (i.e., is the server working?)It might be that the video card is broken/not working, but everything elseis f.... read more

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27/12/2018 6:33
Hi, I would like to use Domain Controller to block user access internet. How to do it? Use group admin or need to run script or need to setup proxy server? please give me some idea about it. Thanks.
Regards,Andy

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26/12/2018 6:33
My customer has 2 Windows 2000 servers as domaincontrollers and 1 Windows 2003 domain controller in theirdomain across their WAN subnet. Active directory is inuse. (running in mixed-mode) For some reason they promoted an NT 4.0 Server runningExchange 5.5 to be a primary domain controller...This iscausing some issues like the computer browse serviceslowing way down and not longer allow inter-sitebrowsing...
Anyway to demote the NT 4.0 Exchange 5.5 server...Thedcpromo won't work...
Thanks fo.... read more

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24/12/2018 6:33
After I've loaded Internet explorer,(6 .0 with service pack II),and when I right click on the Internet Explorer page A menu appears with an old link init from a websight that I've long deleated. I've tried everthing to remove this link but I cant get rid of it Can someone tell me how to do it? My OS is XP Home

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23/12/2018 18:33
Hi all My company using NT4 now, few day ago, I discover that the event log had the following error logEvent ID : 8003Source : RdrOccur every 12min The master browser has received a server announcement from the computer XXX that believes that it is the master browser for the domain on transport NetBT_E100B1. The master browser is stopping or an election is being forced.
Anyone can tell me what is it ? Thx a lot

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22/12/2018 6:33
Hello All: Quick question. Have an exisiting NT 4.0 DHCP server - 1 scope 10.0.1.134 -10.0.1.254. I need to point about 20 clients out thru a different Gatewayand would like to bring up a second DHCP server with the new scopeconfigured to do this. Can you run 2 DHCP servers on the same subnet as longas the scopes don't overlap? Thanks

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21/12/2018 18:33
I have an excel template (.xlt) file on a machince running Windows 2000. When this file is double-clicked a spreadsheet is opened with a 1 appended to the name, so as not to make changes to the original template. The same thing occurs when accessing the file through a command line. Under Windows NT 4 when the file is doubl-clicked the same thing happens, which is the desired result. However, when a command line is used under Windows NT 4 the original file is opened for editing. Does.... read more

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21/12/2018 6:33
Does anyone knows what's the difference between xp home professional setup file version number? I have both xp cd, Can't tell the difference. Thanks

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20/12/2018 18:33
Windows explorer doesn't start when I boot up. I don't get an error message,it just hangs. I have to open task manager and start it manually. Is there afix for this?

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17/12/2018 6:33
Was running XP Pro and hard drive crashed. Am trying to install my copy of windows xp pro on a new hard drive but have lost my certificate of authenticity. I am at the stage in installation where I need to input the installation code. Since I have lost it, I have nothing to key. How do I get a code to complete installation? Any help would be appreciated.

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16/12/2018 6:33
i have to install a windows 2000 server on an nt4 domain as a bdc. how do you configure windows 2000 server to issue netlogon,dhcp and wins request's????? please help!!!!!!

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15/12/2018 18:33
I have 2 XP Pro machines that can't log onto my NT domain. I unplugged the network cable from one of them and put it in a Win98 machine and that works fine. I have other XP machines working fine. I am confused. Has anybody any ideas?ThanksMartin

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