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AO3

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  1. Known issues If you install a version of Remote Desktop Client 6.0 that was released before April 24, 2007, on a computer that is running Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1, and then you upgrade to Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 2, you may experience the following issues:1. Remote Desktop Client 6.0 (KB925876) does not appear in the "Add or Remove Programs" item in Control Panel on the Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2-based computer. Therefore, you cannot uninstall Remote Desktop Client 6.0 (KB925876). 2. Files that are associated with Remote Desktop Client 6.0 are no longer signed. To work around this issue if you have not installed Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2, uninstall the version of Remote Desktop Client 6.0 that was released before April 24, 2007, install the version of Remote Desktop Client 6.0 that was released on April 24, 2007, and then install Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2. If you have installed Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2, re-install Remote Desktop Client 6.0 If you have installed Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2, re-install Remote Desktop Client 6.0
  2. Server. Read the link. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925876
  3. AO3

    Steady State

    Also, looking for freeware.
  4. If you have installed Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2, re-install Remote Desktop Client 6.0. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925876
  5. I have a client that runs a cyber cafe. They want to be able to reboot a cpu after a client is done using the cpu. In order to return it to a default state. This way any changes to OS, virus, etc... are removed. I know Steady State is one program that will do this. Does anyone know of any other programs? Client is running Win xp.
  6. Install antivirus / spyware software and a firewall. Install a hardware firewall.
  7. I think the system hive may be to big. How do I check this? Also, no back up for system reg. I have read http://support.microsoft.com/kb/831260.
  8. I will give it a try when I get a chance. Thanks
  9. Does any one have any good web sites with info on conf RPC over HTTP. Also, conf SSL and CA. I have been told to setup our server with RPC over HTTP. This has been droped in my lap, due to the Head IT person leaving. On side note. Yesterday noticed the IT guy who left was not patching the server. So installed sp2 for win2003. Server rebooted and had a bad drive come up a post. Serve is hardware Raid 5 and I had a spare HDD so was able to fix the problem. As the server rebooted it said sp2 failed to install and did a rollback. Well after bitting nails two hours later the server came back up. SP2 was installed last night and the server is up and running. I hate being in charge!
  10. Users have administrator rights.
  11. I have a user that is running Vista Bussniess. Using Cisco vpn he connects to his office. Around 20-30 min the connections no longer works. The VPN does not drop the connection, he just can not access any resources any longer. He must dissconect then reconnect to get back in. Does not make a difference if connection by lan or wireless. He did not have this problem with XP. And every one else running XP does not have this problem. He is running the Ciso vpn software for Vista. I have checked for new drivers for network cards. Changed any power save mode options I can find. Curently creating a log file to check for packet loss. Any other ideas? Or pray that in two months SP1 will have a fix?
  12. I would like to install 4 different HP printer drivers to win XP. This way XP will not ask for the drivers, and will auto install the printer for the users. For example a user can plug in usb or Lpt1 for a hp 2420 and XP will have the drivers and will install the printer. The problem I have had. I installed the HP 2420 printer with USB and LPT1 to the laptop. Then when I connect the HP 2420 USB or LPT1 it install it only as a USB connection.


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