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Windows Server 2003 was based on Windows XP and was released in four editions: Web, Standard, Enterprise and Datacenter. It also had derivative versions for clusters, storage and Microsoft’s Small Business Server. Important upgrades included integrating Internet Information Services (IIS), improvements to Active Directory (AD) and Group Policy (GP), and the migration to Automated System Recovery (ASR).

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[embed=file 1221365]Hi, I got a USB printer. Configured with port TS009.
When user logs off and log on, it comes as TS009 is inactive and I need to select TS0010 to make it work.
And again if user logs off, 0010 becomes in active and I need to select next port which shows as active ! Could anyone help with it this ?
I have attached a image for it. Please have a look.
Thank you.
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I'm working on a workgroup with 10 users. All machines run Windows 10 Pro. After a recent Microsoft update only two machines show up in workgroup window. I have tried static IPs, enabling Netbios on ethernet adapters, changed workgroup name,all with no success. The router has been changed- no success. I can ping other computers and can access them by typing \\computername in the search window. The only solution I've found is to map drives so users can access files. This is an old problem that I have been unable to resolve after 8 hrs of troubleshooting. Help please.
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got roaming profiles configured with the profile path in AD for each user account.
works fine for all users except 1. if user deletes a files from desktop. it reappears after restart.  i posted same question here before. got some great help from you guys and re created the profile . it seemed to be fixed but not completely.

now the problem is , if i delete a file and logoff and logon. its working fine.
if i delete file and restart without logging off, its re appearing ! any help ? sorry guys to post similar questions . guess restarting not syncing with server, while logoff syncs perfectly.
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Hi, guess i been posting multiple questions lately regarding roaming profiles. got one more to it.

 i got roaming profiles deployed using the profile path in AD in server 2008R2

just for one user, the logoff takes 15mins and logoff takes another 15mins.

i did some work, found her profile is about 15GB. issue might be , every time when she tries to login, its taking time to set up profile. and when logoff its trying to sync to server.

how do i solve this time issue? is it something should i ask her to move files to different location or any other way to make  logon/off faster ?
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I need powershell script to extract last login user on all vm on a vcenter.
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Can windows server 2003 WSUS version 3.2  deploy patch to windows 2018 and win2012?
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Hello,

Can anyone help me solve a problem with Kofax QR Code Recognition.  Error:

Text results:
Confidence: 0
Result: Identification was not successful.
Recognition profile: O QR Reco Profile
Image cleanup profile: O Barcode
Color image cleanup profile: Kofax Color Photo
Recognition script: O QR Reco Profile
Scan-time permanent image cleanup profile: Kofax Scan

I can provide access and more details if needed. It is a simple configuration and I need urgnet help.
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I am triggering a pipeline which consists of 7 jobs. Each job takes around 4-6 minutes and overall it takes 40 minutes. Defined quiet period is 120 sec and 300 Sec. I need to reduce build time. Can I make quiet period to 0 sec. Will it server the purpose....
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We have SharePoint Services 3.0 running alongside IIS version 6.0.3790.3959 and SQL Server 2005 (9.0.5069) on a Windows 2003 Server.

We need to migrate this to a supported OS, e.g. at least Windows Server 2008. Is SharePoint 3.0 and this version of IIS and SQL compatible with Windows Server 2008? Can everything be migrated? How would you migrate?
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Hi

I have a customer with a Windows 2003 SBS Server running Exchange (I know we are moving to O365) but haven't as yet.

The other day we had a Power out 2 twice and the UPS had an issue

The First time when the server rebooted the Microsoft Exchange Information Store Service Started but the database both mailbox and public would not mount, came up saying Corrupt and due to the time it would have taken to repair the database I pulled the whole MDBDATA Directory from the Shadow copy at 12PM and it all came back up

The Power went off again and the and once again server came back up and service started ok and once again the databases wouldn't start this time with the following errors, I tried to restore from shadow copy from both 12pm and 7am which the database was working fine at those time but no go some error with all databases in.

The errors this time are attached to this

Hope someone can help

Adam
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Trying to get 2 DFS servers to replicate, but getting 13540 Event Viewer ID:

The File Replication Service cannot replicate e:\dfs.roots\data because the pathname of the customer designated staging directory:
 d:\frs-staging is not the fully qualified pathname of an existing, accessible local directory.
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Windows Server 2003

128K

Solutions

59K

Contributors

Windows Server 2003 was based on Windows XP and was released in four editions: Web, Standard, Enterprise and Datacenter. It also had derivative versions for clusters, storage and Microsoft’s Small Business Server. Important upgrades included integrating Internet Information Services (IIS), improvements to Active Directory (AD) and Group Policy (GP), and the migration to Automated System Recovery (ASR).