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Re: SBS 2003 and Networking evert logs??
Try going to Start, Right click My computer, choose Manage>System Tools>Event Viewer. If that doesn't work for you, you could try right clicking my computer, mapping the network drive, and creating a link to your network server... For more specific info, please consult this link.
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If other programs run ok, you might have an I.E problem. A quick fix is to download-NOT INSTALL Firefox (a different browser) onto someone's PC, put it on a thumbdrive, move it to your pc and install it. It will copy all of your favorites and such and will get you up and running. the error usually means a registry file is trashed, which would mean recovering your O.S. If you recently installed a program or did a microsoft update they may be the culprit and you could run system restore and pick a date that was previous to the date you added software. This will set everything back to it's original condition.
this Auto run program.. try to remove from the startup program.. Go to Start. run, then type.. ( msconfig) then startup remove all program not necessary to startup..then clik ok, then restart you system. the message box will come asking about the save or what.. check the button in left pannel then ok..
then try again to logging it then will you show again.. good Luck
You have SP2? Is that for Exchange Server or the SBS 2003 OS or both? Make sure you have the latest Service Packs installed for both. I think that's SP2. Exchange Server has to be updated to work with the iPhone. Check that the settings in IIS are the same for Security, Authentication where to use SSL (although different certificate for each server) etc. for OMA, OWA, Exchange etc.
This is generated by a program that is run at start-up and it is being denied access to a resource due to the permissions of the user. As long as it isn't a critical app (probably isn't), you can just ignore it or if your feel courageous, you can investigate by downloading autoruns.zip from the Microsoft website. It is a utility developed by SysInterrnals (bought by MS s few years back) that will display every program that starts up through entries in the registry, start-up files (autoexec.bat), and a host of other ways. By going to the Logon tab, you can see what was started when this user logged into the system. Look for anything that says SchemeAC and disable it. Log out and login again. The error message should not appear. This needs to be done for the current user only, not the Administrator.
click start menu setting control panel. add or remove program. remove that software. then. insert the cd try to install again and. finish the setup process. then click startmenu programs. see thre your program icon wil appear. click on it start using it. if any error comes. send error message. thanks
It sounds as though there is an email stuck in your outbox. I don't know which email program you are using, but you should be able to open your email program, wait for the error messages to appear, close the error messages & delete whatever is in your outbox.