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Please go to control panel to install and configure system components

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Hello, i have windows 2008 server/AD, had windows xp pro client, everytime i map the share folder on windows xp pro wks it's giving me an error" please go to control panel to install and configure system components. please help.
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Check this posting out:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/2003_Server/Q_22866113.html

It seems that you ened to delete the autorun.inf file from the root of C: drive.
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That should have read "It seems that you need to delete the autorun.inf file..."
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