Over 4 million technology solutions, articles and videos
Forgot your password?
by:DrUltimaPosted on 2011-03-14 at 07:13:38ID: 35128708
Get unlimited access to solutions & experts
Get Access Now
We will never share this with anyone.
Ask Your Question
Experts Exchange members save,on average, 2.5 hours per week.
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 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 h…
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 …
Article by Prithvi_Raj
You might get get an error with the name "ASMS ERROR" while upgrading or doing a repair installation of windows
Causes: XP reinstallation CD is damaged or The CD ROM drivers don work good
This solution serves the second cause...
During setup, when you see the following screen shown in the attachment, press and hold Shift and tap the F10 key. The command prompt opens.
STEP I: Type in regedit. This will open the registry edtior.
Article by ok-disaster
We are running a Small Business Server 2008 for one of our customers. Being the resonsible people we are, when the Service Packs become available, naturally we run the updates. However, when trying to install service Pack 2 for windows server 2008 we got an error 0x80041010.
We first tried the update steps offered by a referring site from Microsoft. Unfortunately none of the steps described helped. So we decided to open a call with Microsoft support directly. This Article is based on what they told us to do and it certainly helped us fixing the error 0x80041010 …
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 jwguillory
I hope this helps those who have been battling the SanDisk / U3 problem for a while.
For anyone that is running Windows 7 64bit and is receiving and searching the internet for the “Windows Error: Windows has allocated a drive letter to the U3 drive that is already taken by another drive on your machine or there are no more drive letters available on this machine.
Try disconnecting any network drives that you have connected to your computer and restart U3 by double-clicking LaunchU3.exe or the U3 System CD-ROM icon. Once the U3 Launchpad is running, you can reconnect t…
Video by Rodney Barnhardt
Video by Joe Winograd
Video by Gareth Gudger
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…
Answer by xKincaidx
Question: Hi all and thanks for any insight you can give me here.
My company's dc's were initially installed with SBS and there is a rogue copy of exchange on it that cannot be removed.
We do not host exchange in house.
What I want to do is rebuild the domain from scratch, and just use ADMT to migrate the users and permissions. Will this work? Or will t…
Answer: Bring your new Server 2012 server online, join it to the domain, install AD, DNS, DHCP and anything else needed. Once you install AD on the new server the SBS server will give you a warning that it will shutdown in 30 days.
You need to migrate all the FSMO roles to …
Answer by BlueCompute
provides a useful article on the SBS2003 Configure MyDocuments Redirection wizard.
It says "Microsoft® Windows® Small Business Server 2003 enables you to redirect (to a single shared folder on your network) the My Documents folders of all client compute…
Answer: Right, first of all we need to check if the folder redirection policy's been created correctly, and the policy that applied the old redirection is gone or has lower priority. If you open Group Policy Management on the server, what policies do you see? (screenshot would be nice!).…
Experts Exchange is the tech professional’s trusted, on-demand resource for solving difficult problems, making informed decisions, and delivering excellent solutions.
With unparalleled access to technical experts, verified real-world solutions, and diverse educational content, Experts Exchange enables personalized development of technology skills.
Experts Exchange gives you the professional exposure and valued relationships key to building the career you want.
See Plans and Pricing
Join Experts Exchange
About Experts Exchange