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Windows Command Box will not stay open

Posted on 2004-04-01
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Windows 2000 Pro Station . Fresh install . Service Packed.

Prior to connecting to the network (Domain Controller) Everything is fine. Can geta command box.

After I log onto the DC , even as admin,
When I run , Start , run, command- the text box will open for a split second then shuts.

Any Ideas?

Thanks !

Tom
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The Domain Controller may have restrictions that disallow using the command or cmd window. Talk to the Domain Controller admin about it.
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try start >run >cmd
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