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No Services icon in control panel

Posted on 1997-02-17
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I don't know why I cannot find the services icon in my control panel in my NT server 4.0. How can I make it reappear again.
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by:Iakin
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Do you have administrator rights on the computer ?
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by:jackylam
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I think I accidentally overwritten the srvmgr.cpl in the c:\winnt\system32 from another server. I copied a new srvmgr.cpl from one server that has service icons in the control panel and solved the problem
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hovig earned 50 total points
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I was going to send you a copy of my srvmgr.cpl, but you said that you got one already.
Anyway if you will want to get it, just send me an e-mail
and I'll send you it.

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