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Hi, Export i have windows server 2008R2 and we are hosting some website on that from yesterday i have figure it out that website not working finally i have check and find it that i am unable to open NIC adeptor properties when i try to open i get that error an unexpected error accoutered i have also attached error screen short.
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Please check, if "Default Authentification Level" ist set to "Connect" and "Default Impersonation Level" is set to "Identify"...
https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/8052ff0d-becb-43c8-b852-7a59d944d31b/server-manager-issues?forum=winservermanager
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Thank its resolved.
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Thank you for the points.
Just for my records, could you please state what actions you did and what in detail solved your problem?
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This action deed help me.
1) Type DCOMCNFG in start -> Run
2) Expand the Component Services -> Computers -> MyComputer.
3) Right click on the MyComputer and select properties.
4) Go to Default properties Tab and make sure that default authentication level is set to “Connect” and Default Impersonation level is set to “Identify”.
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Which were your settings for authentication and impersonation level that have caused the problems?
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