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Answer by Philip Elder
Question: During the week I switch off IPV6 in error & it resulted in a few issues. I reinstated IPVS with the correct address and restarted the DNS server …
Answer by Exchange_Geek
Question: Hi Experts,
Ever since we connected a user’s iPad to the domain they have been getting these errors in outlook. Could be unrelated not too s…
Answer by Rainer Jeschor
Question: Hey Experts, in a bit of a panic here. A bunch of our lists just randomly seemed to have lost their stylesheets or something. Calendars are suddenly …
Answer by SolracM
I have a sbs 2003
I have 40 license, 5 given by microsoft or build-in CAL and another 35 i purchase from microsoft.
Article by acl-puzz
From time to time while working with windows o.s. we see the error "access is denied to this folder" when we are trying to delete a folder. The reasons can be many and so can be the solutions too. Here are some small tips/tricks that have worked for me and thought you too might find them useful.
1. Change Permission
If you need to delete a file (e.g., c:\got_to_go.exe) from your computer, but cannot because of permission errors, then you can get around this by changing the files permissions from the command prompt by doing the following:
Article by MikeGeig
This article is intended to extend and better explain the solutions presented here:
This solution, and the solution of the above articles, is intended to fix the “ldifde.exe error code 8202” issue that may arise when attempting to install Exchange 2007 on Windows Server 2008 R2.
1) For my screenshots, I am simulating this error. I have manually added the “DUP” and the GUIDs to the values so that you can see what th…
Article by giuseppepi
The aim of this article is to help you solve the error "Cannot insert the value NULL into column 'ShortDescription', table 'albert_store.dbo.Nop_Product'; column does not allow nulls. UPDATE fails." problem and allow you to continue updating your NopCommerce version.
Warning: I do NOT advise using these instructions on a live application, but instead recommend you create a development environment first and deploy the new upgraded version of NopCommerce there.
It is important before proceeding to backup all your data, making a copy of your running DB befor…
Article by heteronymous
The error "There was an error performing the update" occurred on a Mac OS X client workstation running Symantec AntiVirus for Mac (http://www.symantec.com/business/products/purchasing.jsp?pcid=pcat_security&pvid=825_1) - the Enterprise product version, not the consumer-oriented Norton AntiVirus for Mac.
The message itself is not very helpful... In order to see a more helpful error message, you'd need to look at the log file : "/Library/Application Support/Symantec/LiveUpdate/liveupdt.log" where you'll find the mo…
Article by Javier Morales
I remember the day when someone asked me to create a user for an application developement. The user should be able to create views and materialized views and, so, I used the following syntax:
This way, I guessed, I would ensure that user has these particular privileges explicitly, and not granted by a role. Then, any issues related to a non heritage of privileges through roles in use of PL/SQL would also be discarded.
But, to my surprise, the user came to my desk and told me: "I can't create materialized views. Insufficient privileges".
Video by Joe Winograd
Answer by LesterClayton
Question: I'm trying to reconnect a recreated user to their domain profile per the included instructions. When I try to " assign permissions to the registry hive" ((NTUSER.DAT) second step). I get the message. "the process can not access the file, because it is being used by another process". What process is stopping me? Thank you.
Answer: This can happen if the Operating System is in the process of unloading the hive but has not succeeded, so it keeps the hive open. Rebooting the server will close the hive. If you find that you are still having trouble after the server has rebooted, then clearly the hive is being loaded a…
Answer by Cliff Galiher
Question: Hi Guys,
Its hot and I'm steaming !!!!
Problem is as follows, can anyone point me in the right direction.
I have one customer SBS2003 server running with Exchange 2003 all functioning OK. I can connect to it by VPN either from its own client machines or my own disassociated machine (which also happens to be a member of my own SBS20…
Answer: You chose the wrong product for the job. *ONE SBS SERVER PER BUSINESS.* So when you say this: "plan was to install a second SBS2003 box for file storage and a SQL application" yes, you are basically trying to do the impossible. You are creating two se…
Answer by vlamer
Question: Here is the logging error on my SBS2003 backup up log. We had an issue with a virus that has been resolved the only issue left is the backup. I can and have run an Exchange backup to ensure a copy of the mailstore but for restore purposes I really would like to have the full SBS Backup in place. I have checked permissions and have respawned the backup script file bu…
Answer: The settings were to save only three backups and therefore I have no backups to restore. The other comment did not work. I did find something else but not sure how to accomplish the last comment, here is the comment and any further reflection would be appreciated, "…
Answer by Sanjay Santoki
Question: We think this might have something to do with a certificate a 3rd party tech created on the server.
Here is a screen shot of what we now get when we try to remote in.
Based on the error screenshot you have provided; it seems on the default web site where Exchange specific virtual directories are created; there is IP restriction is configured either on the website or virtual directory within website. You can get it checked with below …
Answer by Vasil Michev (MVP)
Question: I now there has been a lot written about moving users mailboxes from SBS2003 to O365, however there are a couple of questions that I can't seem to find answers to.
I found this article that steps though the migration process (I am sure there are other articles) - http://blogs.technet.com/b/canitpro/archive/2013/05/31/step-by-step-…
Answer: 1) yes
2) this has nothing to do with SSO, it is to prevent Outlook related issues after the migration mainly. With SBS 2003 I think you will be fine though, if Im not mistaken E2003 does not have SCP, so the autodiscover CNAME will be the first thing the client hits. You m…
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