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Posted on 2013-12-04
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Hi,
I have a server with windows 2003, but I can not access the desktop because I get an error with explorer.exe, how can I access it from another PC to those present on this server? there isn't are shared directories in which there are data that I need, the server is in a domain with active directory, I have tried with c$ but without success.
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by:jmanishbabu
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Check this link

http://helpdeskgeek.com/help-desk/windows-cannot-access-the-specified-device-path-or-file/

Disable the installed antivirus to check if u can access desktop
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by:sasapix
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how can i run the. exe file? after boot I can not access the desktop.
I would boot the machine and share directories on this server then from another pc copy the data on the server.
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by:jmanishbabu
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make sure you are an Administrator or you are part of the Domain Admins group if you are in a domain.

Also, you can try right-clicking on the file and choose Run As. Then type in the Administrator credentials and try to run the file. If you are able to run it, that means you account is not setup properly or is not in the right user group.
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I have solved with knoppix boot.
Thanks,
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by:sasapix
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because I solved it in the way I have indicated
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