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Microsoft Windows XP is the sixth release of the NT series of operating systems, and was the first to be marketed in a variety of editions: XP Home and XP Professional, designed for business and power users. The advanced features in XP Professional are generally disabled in Home Edition, but are there and can be activated. There were two 64-bit editions, an embedded edition and a tablet edition.

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Dear all,

One of my client has 4 laptops two of them are WINDOWS XP and others are WIN 7.

He is asking me if there is a possible way to take an image from these laptops and put them on a virtual client like VMWARE, Oracle.... etc.

Please share with me a software that can do that please.



Note: He does not have windows server.
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Having issues with Acronis Backup 12.5. I have used it on numerous servers but the one server is giving errors when remotly trying to install the agent.

Acronis Server details
Windows 2012 R2 up to date with patching

Target server
Windows 2012 R2 up to date with patching

I have even disabled AV and firewall on the target server. The installation from the Acronis server will run up to 38% and then fails with the below error

Windows error: (0x80070643) Fatal error during installation




Date and time

Oct 02, 2018, 11:09:50 AM




Code

4




Module

309

Message

TOL: Failed to execute the command. Remote installation


Additional info:

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Error code: 22
Module: 309
LineInfo: 0x8D165E86FB81959B
Fields: {"$module":"management_server_vsa64_10330","CommandID":"8F2647A6-33E4-400D-BE39-561E2C91CC2F"}
Message: TOL: Failed to execute the command. Remote installation
------------------------
Error code: 22
Module: 309
LineInfo: 0x8D165E86FB81959B
Fields: {"$module":"remote_installation_addon_vsa64_10330","CommandID":"8F2647A6-33E4-400D-BE39-561E2C91CC2F"}
Message: TOL: Failed to execute the command. Remote installation
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Error code: 140
Module: 69
LineInfo: 0x448BB490B35D3532
Fields: {"$module":"remote_installation_addon_vsa64_10330"}
Message: Request to the remote installation service has failed. This may indicate a connection failure.

Error code: 101
Module: …
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We are attempting to run a Windows XP system in VMWare Workstation that was converted from a physical to virtual. We used VMWare converter to create a virtual image of an existing physical system. When we boot XP VM it wants us to activate with Microsoft. At this point we cannot even get into the system, so until we can activate the system is useless. I have never seen it not let you at least get into the OS. I just want to make it clear that the physical XP system is working fine, but after the P -> V we cannot get into the virtual system. I tried changing the product key but nothing is working. I even contacted our department that handles our Microsoft Volume Licensing and he said they don't even have Windows XP x86 license keys listed anymore. Finally, I used the phone number on the activation screen and called Microsoft. They said Windows XP is not supported and really didn't offer much help. Unfortunately upgrading this system is not an option as the unique software installed the system is no longer available.

How can I get this system activated? Someone at work recommended using sysprep on the system. Is this because this is an HP system that has an OEM version of Windows XP which will only run on an HP? The host system is a Dell system that is running Windows 10. That's why I wanted to change the serial but it's not taking it.

Lastly, when we converted this physical we set both the XP physical and the Dell Windows 10 machine to local IP addresses as to not put …
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There's a request for "Change runbook" that documents/records changes from Day 1
so that in the event of bad changes (malicious or inadvertent ones) being introduced
over along the line of changes, we can rebuild a server/system back selectively,
dropping the "bad" change so that we can bring up the system to a "clean" slate.

Was told it's not "Change Control" nor CRs that we are looking at here.

I've suggested that a 'bare metal' backup be done with incremental backups (think
EMC has one such product) but this is not what the team requires.

Any document, tools or method are much appreciated.
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I have a number of robots which are actually computers running xp sp3 which are connected to a windows 2003 server domain.,

I would like these computers to auto-log in when the power is first applied, using a domain account, instead of stopping at the log in screen.

I've gone to the users section of the control panel and the message You can not change this users password appears.  I suspect that's because the user is a domain account.

Can anyone help?
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I had this question after viewing Need to kill an application that is auto starting on Windows CE 5.0.

I have a remote device running Windows Embedded CE 6.   I would like to add some bench automation to this unit, but like most target devices ti has an autostart routine that puts an app on a touch screen with limited functions.    I am confident I can get the automation I need if I can only poke around in the file system of the target device.   I am trying to connect to the device remotely with a Windows10 machine, so activesync is out.  I did try a windows XP machine and activesync failed, so the target device is not set up for that.   That leaves TCP/IP I guess and a connection with Visual Studio tools?   Is there a better tool?   VS requires that I install Corecon files to the target, but if I could install files to the target, I would not need Visual Studios.....  The unit can be attached with OEM software to run remotely as well as firmware updates are installed via USB connection, so I am pretty sure there is an agent installed to the target that allows this.   The unit installs to devices under Windows10 as "USB Remote NDIS Network Device".  I apologize for my novice approach here, but I am more of a hardware gy than software.   I am willing to hire this hel pout if anyone knows a contractor that works with embedded windows.     Thanks so much for reading!!

Brian
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In our company, we have a mixture of Windows 10 Pro and Windows XP Professional installations joining a workgroup, NOT domain.

Usually the sharing folder between computers is working well, except of some rare cases, were a "turn on discovery" or "turn off pasword protection" is needed after some updates on Windows 10.

Recently a problem appears which i believe is related to 1803 version.

The machines that upgraded to 1803 version although they can browse every machine on network, they cannot acces them by clicking on them with message "Windows cannot access \\xxxx". Strangely they can access them by typing \\xxxx in the address bar of file explorer.

Does anyone knows where to look at for more information?

Thanks in advance
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Hi; I am looking for ssma for access migration tool version 4.5 or 5.3 wich uses 32bit since i run windows Xp
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I have Acronis for backups to tape.  I want to be able to backup "System State" of my DC.  What files or folders do I need to make sure get backed up?
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I am having a java application with source code and libraries.

I would like to convert the entire java source to DART. Basically wants to convert the java application to DART Application (Java flavour) - https://www.dartlang.org/

Can someone help me what would be the easiest way or best approach or ways to quickly convert a java project to DART project ???

All the functionalities are same and no change in the functionality of the appplication.
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Windows XP

118K

Solutions

78K

Contributors

Microsoft Windows XP is the sixth release of the NT series of operating systems, and was the first to be marketed in a variety of editions: XP Home and XP Professional, designed for business and power users. The advanced features in XP Professional are generally disabled in Home Edition, but are there and can be activated. There were two 64-bit editions, an embedded edition and a tablet edition.