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A networking function is not working properly.
I was wondering if it were possible to use a GPO to redirect the users' "My Documents" to their home folders but block certain folders such as their "My Music" folder. I don't care too much what they have on their local PC (I'm new to the company and haven't had time to crack down on the users yet :P) but I would like to be able to redirect their personal documents in case of a serious problem. I know I can block their "My Pictures" folder from redirecting but I would like a lilttle more control. I am using a Windows 2003 SBS as the DC and the users are using XP Prof.
Having had no problems with sharing folders on a USB drive round my small network, I had to re-install XP Pro on one of the PC's, and now I get the "Not enough server storage space available to process this command" error when I try to access the USB shared folders.
I've searched high and low for any info, but the only fix I've found for this - changing the IrpStackSize - hasn't worked.
Can anyone help please?
In some networks with Windows Vista client computers Remote Desktop can become excruciatingly slow or stop working altogether. If that happens to you, try the following command (as one line) in a command line window or as a Run... command on the Vista client computer:
If this doesn't solve the problem, undo the change with the following command (as one line), which reinstates the default setting:
Dear Windows Networking Community,
I very much hope someone can help with this one, as we're starting to go a little mad.
Our networking set up is WinXP SP2 clients to a SLOX (Suze Linux Open Exchange) domain server. SLOX is functioning as a Samba server and NT domain controller. Everything in respect of this set up works fine.
The problem is in Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.0 Client.
I have problems with 2 windows updates: 800B0100 code and 800736CC code.
If somebody know what are this errors, I will be greateful.
I have LAN problem, actually it is still not establish. Here I have write the details about my computer and Ethernet cards.
Desktop (Assemble): Intel Celeron 1000 MHz, with 256 MB RAM, 80 GB Samsung HDD. I just bought LAN card D-Link DFE-520TX PCI Fast Ethernet Card. I have installed it on PCI slot on my motherboard. I have Intel 810E chipset motherboard. I have also installed driver from CD and every thing is OK with installation. I used Windows XP SP2 version 2002. OS is on primary partition with 15 GB (on “C” Drive) and rest of secondary partition (“D” Drive).
Messages may be stuck in the Outbox when you use Windows Mail on a computer that is running Windows Vista
On a computer that is running Windows Vista, some messages may be stuck in the Outbox when you use Windows Mail. You cannot send or delete these messages. Additionally, every time that you close Windows Mail, you are prompted that there are unsent messages in your Outbox.
This article deals only with remote assistance, not with the normal Remote Desktop.
When you offer remote assistance either through an invitation or directly, you get the error message, "The remote server machine does not exist or is unavailable".
First of all, check the target, i.e. the novice's computer, also called the remote desktop server, for the following settings.
Compared to Windows XP, Vista uses a slightly different DHCP protocol variant that is not recognized by some routers.
The solution is here:
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