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Windows 2003 login problem.

Posted on 2007-03-29
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Hi,

I have windows 2003 in a machine in which i have installed the database management utilities.I am not able to login to that machine in any users credentials only the local administrator can login to that machine.I checked by installing Win 2003 sp1 it solved the problem but the DBA says he does not want the Sp1 to be installed as he is facing some bug in it.Please suggest how can i troubleshoot the problem without installing Sp1.

THX
Sharath
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What Database utilities are these that are causing this issue ?
I would be concerned about not applying SP1 (or for that matter the newly released SP2) as without these updates your machines are more vunerable. What is the nature of the problem here? Is it just the DBA being awkward.
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He says he has 2 versions or oracle installed and while taking the backup he has problems
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