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server 2003 shell32.dll not found error

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get shell32.dll not found error-.the server could be access from the workstation but no login screen or desktop on the server.
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Shell32 is a part of the windows important files. Since you can remote into the server, I would remote into the command prompt and type: SFC /scannow

BUT, make sure you have your 2003 server support disk handy, it will ask for it to replace Shell32.dll

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The server 2003 install disk you refer to?
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The OS install disk. 2003 server
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Ok
Let me try it
Thanks,

Cat
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Any luck on this?
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