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It's time to update sql server.  But I can't access the databases on this instance of sql server 6.5.  See image for error.  Notice there is a green light, but when I try to expand, I get the error.  Interestingly, the legacy program that is associated with the databases on this instance runs just fine.  Any ideas how I can get to the data via enterprise manager?
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Guys,

I have an older windows 2008 32 bit server that is rebooting randomly. I have installed Dell open manage and it shows no hardware failures. I have also run sfc /scannow. That being said the server is still rebooting randomly. Sometimes its days before it does it, sometimes its every other day. Any help would be appreciated.
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I have RDS CALs and I can access them through VLSC
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NAC snap in unloadable ,  to the screenshot here.

And windows mmc reported having stopped when sending the message to ?  Is this reason of failed to built vpn on windows 10 updated by windows 7 idea machine ?


mmc snap in failed to be loaded

win10 failed to vpn
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Hi,

I restored a ghost image as a vitual machine. Then I had to repair it with XP sp3 CD.

The problem is when I log in windows tell that it must be activated. I can choose yes or no. If no the xp disconnect. If yes I have an empty desktop and nothing happens and I can't do nothing.

Other information, I can start in safe mode and have full access but activation doesn't work in this mode.
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I need to stop Folder Redirection for 1 user on a Small Business Server 2003 installation. I've gotten half-way through the Microsoft article:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/888203/how-to-stop-folder-redirection-in-windows-server-2003-and-in-windows-2000-server

I've done the part where "redirect the folder back to the local userprofile location when policy is removed".  But, the next set of directions on modifying the security properties on the GPO properties doesn't match up with what I'm seeing in the SBS version of 2003.

The Folder redirection was apparently turned on as a default setting when the system was installed (years ago - and Yes, I know, 2003 is no longer supported, is a security risk, etc. - but that is a different problem that needs to be addressed).  The GPOs that exist are domain level and simply get applied to Authenticated Users.

In SBS2003 a user is found under the following tree of OUs: MyBusiness->Users->SBSUsers

NOTE:  There is another way of doing the second part of Microsoft's directions by putting the user in a new OU.  But, I'm not sure this is the best thing to do because It may also remove that user from needed GPOs.

ALSO: Roaming profiles are NOT used.

I would appreciate a specific answer (especially one that deals with the OUs of SBS2003 - not just 2003 in general) & not just a link for an answer.
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Microsoft Legacy OS

55K

Solutions

42K

Contributors

The Microsoft Legacy Operating System topic includes legacy versions of Microsoft operating systems prior to Windows 2000: All versions of MS-DOS and other versions developed for specific manufacturers and Windows 3/3.1, Windows 95 and Windows 98, plus any other Windows-related versions, and Windows Mobile.