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Oracle 10g on Windows Vista, the local links do not work after reboot

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Hi,

I just installed Oracle 10g on my Windows Vista Laptop, and prior to rebooting my laptop, I was able to log into the admin localhost site (see also attached picture)....

http://192.168.0.101:5500/em

I'm new to Oracle, so I don't know if I'm supposed to start a service or something or even where to find that. When I go to the above link, I get a "page cannot be displayed message"

I welcome even the smallest tips.  :-)
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Have you checked if your IIS is installed? If it's installed you may want to check in the services if it's actually running. Let me know if you don't know where to check them.
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Thanks, I found a whole bunch of Oracle services in the "MyComputer,Manage,Services", I started a couple of them and walah! It worked.
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