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Hi. my operating system is windows server 2003. i want to install wininstalle. how can i install it?

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Hi, we're trying to use PsExex utility to launch 2 .exe files with some parameters on some server from a client application. The server is running Windows server 2003, the client Windows 7 Professional...


psexec in fact does run as the user running the command window that initiated the command. I use this command almost daily to run either command shells, batch or vbscripts, etc on remote computers. I've learned some about its behavior from watching the results.

Basically, psexec copies itself to the ADMIN$ share on the remote computer. It then installs a service on the remote computer, and runs that service, which is the copied file. This then executes the command that you specified in the psexec command line.

So, with that in mind, the user running psexec from the command line needs to have admin rights to the remote computer. You can bypass this requirement by using the "-u" parameter, and specifying a domainname\username. Domainname can be the remote computer's name if you have a local user. By putting in just the -u parameter, you'll then be prompted to type in the hidden password.

Once running on the remote computer, psexec will function in one of three ways:
1 - If no special parameter used, will run in the same user account as the person initiating the psexec command.
2 - If the "-u" parameter is used, it will run as that user.
3 - If the "-s" parameter is used, it will run as a local system account
In either of these 3 cases, you first have to have admin rights to use the ADMIN$ share and install a service.

When domain membership is broken on a computer, I'll frequently use a command line like this:
psexec -u COMPUTERNAME\Administrator \\COMPUTERNAME cmd.exe

This will allow me to have local admin rights by connecting to the remote computer as the local administrator account. It will also run the cmd.exe command as the local admin account.

Aug 30, 2011 | Microsoft PsExec

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on Dec 30, 2009 | Network Software & Management Tools

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I want to know my computer is not accepting ie8 and without it i can not chat tell me how to install something which is goood in chat like the previous 1


Hi !


There are some reasons why internet explorer 8 installer does not install.

1. I believe the one you are installing is corrupted, just download new IE8 installer and try to install it.
2. You have installed other internet explorer that might conflict with the IE8 software, just uninstall the previous internet explorer.
3. You computer anti virus firewall is activated, you need to disable it before installing IE8.
4. You operating system is corrupted, somehow missing files and needs to repair your operating system. Don't worry, repairing your operating system would not delete your all software installed, document files and harwares drivers. This only if you are using Windows XP. Here is the link http://www.fixya.com/support/t7675013-problem_in.

I hope this is helpful. Good Luck

Jan 08, 2011 | Network Software & Management Tools

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How to remote client winxp by using windows 2003 server with ISA2004 server


you need to configure a policy in ISA to allow 3389 port for RDP.
you can then connect to winxp client using mstsc utility.

Nov 12, 2009 | Microsoft ISA Server 2004 (e84-00526) for...

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VMware


Since you do not have a DVD, Vista is out, That leaves you with Windows XP (if you have it) or Linux/BSD. Your question does not give a lot of details, are you trying to install VMware Server or ESXi?
Both are free but there is a big difference, ESXi is a bare metal hypervisor and VMware Server is not. This means the ESXi does not need an operating system already installed but VMware Server does.
VMware has posted hardware that is compatible with ESXi but you should note that you really need at least 2 computer to run ESXi - one as the actual server and another to manage it. With VMware server you only need one machine and it is less sensitive to hardware but you have to have an operating system already installed on the machine, then load the VMware server and then create the virtual machine. What type of machine are you trying to create VMware supports practicaly all versiona of windows and linux. Can you detail what you have and what you have done so far to get the error message?

Sep 27, 2008 | VMware VirtualCenter for PC

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Sending of message


Try to use DirectX Diagnostic Tool, you can see the network there click Test Direct Play. Choose user name, service provider and you can choose create or join the session... If this is for Cafe station, you can use cafesuite you can control you client. It is very useful for the user.

Jun 19, 2008 | Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003...

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Internet connectio


Vista is 64 bit OS, server 2003 standard is 32 bit. Change Server 2003 to Server 2003 R to get compatible. See Microsoft website. May suggest Server 2008.

Good luck.

Feb 13, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Web Edition...

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Problem with the install of vmware


Perhaps it does not say "instmsia" is missing, but instead "instmsi"?

MSI is a Microsoft Installer module native to newer MS operating system installers, not W98 or W98SE.

Regardless, your computer is definitely telling you that you lack some required resources that are mandatory to install the VMware software.

You should read the documentation carefully, especially "system requirements" because you are definitely missing something that is required to use the software. It may be any of the following:

OS: Perhaps the software you have is for Windows ME, 2000, XP or Vista -but not (your) Windows 98.

CPU/Processor Support: Perhaps you have a 64-bit version of software, rather than 32 bit. Your W98 and W98SE are 32 bit-only operating systems. 64-bit software will NOT run on W98x.

Other Software: Perhaps your version of VMware requires a specific DirectX, Java, or other software/version be installed FIRST. And some versions (many actually) will not run on W98x. MS consumer support was dropped for W98, meaning most new MS-software does not run on W98.

RAM/Video: You may not meet the minimum RAM requirements, or the minimum Videa/Display requirements.

I suspect it is the first cause, since VMware that I have used specifically requires W2K or above (and in fact, required the SERVER version of the OS). But that does not mean there is no W98-compatibility in other versions).

To determine what you lack, you will need to read the documentation that came with your software (specifically, "requirements") and/or consult the VMware website: www.vmware.com to find out what are the minimum requirements.

Dec 25, 2007 | VMware VirtualCenter for PC

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