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  1. According to Microsoft's Product Lifecycle FAQ: Windows Server 2008 gets ESU updates until January 10, 2023. This means that if we could get Windows Vista to: Accept updates for Windows Server 2008 (already done), and Accept ESU updates for Windows Server 2008, We would get support until January 10, 2023.
  2. Hello. It seems like only a little while ago I was asking for help to get audio drivers on an old AMD system. Well, that system is starting to show its age (especially the iGPU) and is having trouble with newer running software. So I moved the hardrive with the W2K to the new machine: Dell Optiplex 7020 i7-4790 (Haswell) Intel Q87 chipset ~Limited XP embedded support GTX 750 ti ~XP driver available 8 GB DDR3 500 GB HDD + 320 GB HDD (Windows 2K) Now, this presents a problem as XP support is limited on systems newer than Ivy-bridge and 2000 is non-e
  3. Hi, I have an old NT4 server with mirrored SCSI drives. I got a message that the mirroring had failed. I accidentally destroyed the boot partition on one of the drives while trying to fix it. The drive that will boot is old and out of date. I do have a series of up-to-date tape backup. (The booting drive does not have drivers for the tape drive and I'm having trouble finding drivers for it.) Is it possible to fix the boot partition on the up-to-date drive? If not, how would you recommend I recover the system because it is critical for my business? Thanks
  4. We have successfully moved to the new server and new company due to often hardware failures with old company. We have lost few posts while transferring and we apologise for any inconvenience. Some of our visitors have had their DNS servers already updated, so if you're reading this you're already on our new server, bringing you a much better browsing experience here at MSFN! We hope you continue to enjoy visiting MSFN. The MSFN Team
  5. Hi i want to host a website on windows server 2008 r2 and i dont want to buy a domain i want to use my own. I have a dsl d-link modem which is provided to me by my ISP and i have a router linksys wrt54g which is been connected to my modem I have installed WEB IIS on my server now, i have opened the port 80 on windows firewall and also on the router and modem too but still i cant access the website through public id?? Can any1 guide me with this issue?? I would really appreciate it. Thanks
  6. Have you ever looked at the logon screen in Windows Server 2003 R2 and thought "Wait a minute. Something looks a little bit off here." Well, you'd be right. In every version of Windows NT 5.x there are two banner bitmaps that are used on the logon screen. One used for the logon prompt, and the one used for the status messages between the differing stages of logging on. That is every version, except Server 2003 R2 (and also Windows XP Embedded, but anyway.). It looks like this: For some reason Microsoft just never bothered to make two bitmaps. But I did: See. Much better. Most of
  7. Hello all first, sorry for my bad english. I try to configure an unattended installation of windows server 2012 but it always stops at the partitioning because of the RAID controller. Windows cant find any disk or partition without the driver... I tried to include the driver with the autounattend.xml in windowsPE and offlineServicing components but nothing changed. Finally the driver should also be on the installation usb-stick but i dont know how to do this pls help me... fyi: i work with the Windows System Image Manager to create the autounattend.xml file regards
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