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the requested service provider could not be loaded or initialized

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Hi, I couldn't access our Windows server 2003 which is located in the data centre. It keeps prompting me "the requested service provider could not be loaded or initialized". I will be going to the data centre to try to resolve the issue. Please advise me what could be causing the issue and is there any way to resolve the problem?
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by:ofkr
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It can also be your Client problem. Have you checked your firewall  (if any) and ip setting as all are normal?
Are you able to ping?
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by:rospcc
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Yes, I'm able to ping. Haven't checked the IP setting yet. Will go down later to check that.
Everything was working well for the past 3 years, until it decides to give me the error message yesterday night. I'm not sure whether it's the automatic updates from Windows.
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by:rehanahmeds
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check the event viewer as well... if you can find any errors or trace if it restarted from windows update.... you can try restarting it manually and then try to connect...
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by:rospcc
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I've looked through the system, it doesn't allow me to enter the active directory to configure the users anymore. Which section of log will I be able to find that it was being restarted from Windows update? i.e. application, system?
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should be in system... you can check in application what application failed or started to run when it restarted...  wont give you when it restarted but can tell you when it started and will give you (if lucky) an error  what failed and why it restarted otherwise it will just say last reboot was unexpected.....
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