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@echo off cscript -nologo "%~dp0_svdir.vbs" %1 %2

@echo off cscript -nologo "%~dp0_svdir.vbs" %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9

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SOURCE: On online Window Vista activation I got the

When you try to use a Multiple Activation Key (MAK) or the Key Management Service (KMS) to perform Volume Activation on one or more Windows Vista-based computers, you may receive error codes.

This issue may occur if the KMS host is installed, and the KMS host is not activated.

To troubleshoot this issue, verify that the key that is used is the MAK that was provided by Microsoft.

Use online activation or telephone activation to activate the KMS host.

See Contact Microsoft.

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SOURCE: I get the fallowing error

This problem is caused when a Site Server Web is mapped to a Membership Server, the HTML Administrator pages run in the context of the proxy account for the Membership instance. Normally, this account will be MemProxyUserX (where X is a number). The user logged on to the Administrator pages at this point is likely to be the Site Server Administrator. In this case, the Administrator's privileges are dynamically added to the MemProxyUserX account. Unfortunately, the Site Server Administrator does not have the necessary privileges to call BeginTransaction method of the "SiteServer.ContentIndex.1" object.
To solve this problem, follow the instructions below:
1. Add the Site Server Administrator to the Windows NT Server Administrator group and verify that Anonymous and Automatic Cookie Authentication are not enabled on the SiteServer\Admin virtual Directory. To do this, perform the following steps:
2. Open the properties for the Site Server Administrator (in the members container) in the MMC. Be sure to log on to the MMC with the Administrator account.
3. Click the Groups tab, and then click Add.
4. In the Show names from drop-down list, select ou=NTGroups.
5. On the Available item tab, you will find the Administrator group (not Site Server Administrator).
6. Add the Site Server Administrator to the Windows NT Administrator group.
7. Expand the virtual directories for the Web Site where the Web Based Administration is being performed.
8. Expand the Site Server virtual directory.
9. Open the properties for the Admin directory.
10. On the Membership Authentication tab, make sure that the Anonymous Authentication check box is clear, and that you do not use Automatic Cookie Authentication.

Good luck.

Posted on May 26, 2010

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WebsitesToBlock = Array("twitter.com", "www.youtube.com", "www.facebook.com")
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