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How to recover windows 2003 server after crash the window easy.

We have server 2003 standard edition
no floppy drive

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You can change a Windows User Account password that is on any Windows computer from any other Windows computer regardless of whether the User Account is on a workstation, a stand-alone server, or a Windows domain controller. Additionally, it makes no difference whether the password being changed from a workstation, a stand-alone server, or a Windows domain controller. This is true for any NT 4.0, W2K, XP Pro and Windows Server 2003 computer.
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When you are prompted to type a password for the user, type the new password, not the existing password. After you type the new password, the system prompts you to retype the password to confirm. The password is now changed.
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Hi , We are having 2 windows servers with identical configuration, and also we are using the windows 2003 with vendor application, We installed 8 GB of RAM in both server , But I could only 4 GB amount...


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To reply your query in short. If you have any of the following versions of server it would support the maximum RAM upto 4 GB.

Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition SP1
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition SP2
Windows Storage Server 2003
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition
Windows Small Business Server 2003

If you are using : Windows Server 2003, Web Edition
It will support only 2 GB of RAM

For your information to get a complete information about Memory Limits for Windows Releases. Please visit the following site:

(msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/aa366778.aspx)

If you find it useful please do not forget to rate this solution.

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Files deleted from server


There are several software solutions that can recover deleted data, assuming it was just deleted and not securely deleted (where the file is overwritten many times) and if that particular part of the hard drive has not been written to since deletion. I assume you checked the recycle bin and it wasn't there in which case you may be able to recover the file(s) if you are able to get a program to recover them quickly enough. A google search should turn up dozens of such programs.

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Windows 98 crashes while I am accessing a share from a server


The OS may not be compatible for Server 2003, The best thing that you can do here is to upgrade your operating system to Windows XP or Windows Vista for full compliant on Networking.

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How can I mount an IBM AIX hard drive in Windows?


AIX uses a file system that is not supported by Microsoft Windows. Most likely you will need another AIX system to read the file system. I recommend that you contact a hard drive recovery service like Ontrack Data Recovery and get some guidance.

You should remove it from the Windows computer ASAP. Windows has the habit of making changes to any disk it sees and you may lose everything!

I hope this helps.

Jul 17, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Ntbackup causing server to crash and reboot


Try to monitor the memmory and processor usage in task manager  performance tab.Check you have sufficient memmory sixe in your server.

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Disable usb pendrive,cd rom and floppy in win2003


You can lock the USB drive by editing the registry. So I’ll tell the key name and the value, that you have to create for the restriction. If the key is not present, then simply create it.So here we go:

Restrict Writing to USB Drives:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Current Control Set\Control\StorageDevicePolicies

Create DWORD value WriteProtect and set its value to 1


ALso, please click on the link mentioned below for more information:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278295

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/231289

You can also use third party software to lock the USB drives:

http://lock-usb.qarchive.org/

Thanks

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Raid 5 failure


to recover your data is very easy. just slave your hdd to a system that is working fine and switch it on.after windows has succesfully loaded go to my computer you will see to hard drive.the slave hdd will be labelled B.double click on it go to my documents and copy all your filesand save it on your working hard drive.after copying make sure you remove the slave hard disk

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