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I removed a Trojan from server2003 and it removed winsoc.dll from server I tried netsh winsock reset but no luck I cant find the catalog it says cannot find catalog
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by:pjam
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Have you tried SFC /scannow?
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by:kennybruno
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yes
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as the last resort, also the best way to do, is to reinstall the whole system.
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That solved it. Thank you so much!
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