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I login to SBS 2003 as the Administrator but when I try e.g. access the network settings, it says access denied?
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have you checked if all the required services are running??

any errors in event viewer.. any service failed to startup...
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can you access network settings from command prompt.. link running ipconfig and other commands etc.
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Make sure that the Computer Browser Service isn't disabled.

Here's a list of how all services on an SBS should be configured:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/829623

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