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How to enable Task Manager in Windows Server 2003

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We have a Windows Server 2003 with SP2 installed.  The Task Manager has been disable and we need to enable it again.

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by:rayluvs
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It doesn't say nothing about Windows Server 2003.

Right now I have the server restarting, can I run this process on the server with no problem?
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should be fine with win2k3
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by:rayluvs
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ok will do
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It didn't work, still disabled.

What else can it be.
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Any advice?
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Any suggestion?
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by:ogre351
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The information provided by flyingsky should be applicable to windows 2003. Is there any more info you could provide? What were the registry settings set to?
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We resolved it running a small program that enables the task manager.  I don't the name but will find it and posted here for FYI.
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by:rayluvs
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Though I resolved it, it looks like the routine wouldve' worked.  I tried on a XP and it did work, not with w2003.
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