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Posted on 2010-08-18
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Our reporting software indicates there is an inconsistancy in our  SYSVOL between a couple of our DCs.  We installed Ultrasound on member server A with the database on SQL server A using a domain administrator account.  After launching Ultrasound, the provider installs fine on our 2 2008 DCs, but never installs on any of our 5 2003 DCs (Install (queued)).  We installed Ultrasound on 1 of the 2003 DCs for testing purposes and was able to install the provider on the DC.  This leads me to believe that there is a permissioning issue.  Any thoughts?
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Use Sonar, Simple and Easy
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Does it have as much information that Ultrasound provides.  I have sonic (somewhere) and know that MS still offers as a download.
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