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How to obtain the latest Windows 2000 service pack     
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Windows 2000 fixes are distributed in service packs. Service packs keep the product current. Service packs include updates, system administration tools, drivers, and additional components. These are conveniently bundled for easy downloading. Service packs are cumulative; each new service pack contains all the fixes that are included in previous service packs, and any new fixes. You do not have to install a previous service pack before you install the latest service pack. For example, you do not ...

Description of the Windows File Protection Feature     
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This article describes the Windows File Protection (WFP) feature. Windows File Protection (WFP) prevents programs from replacing critical Windows system files. Programs must not overwrite these files because they are used by the operating system and by other programs. Protecting these files prevents problems with programs and the operating system. WFP protects critical system files that are installed as part of Windows (for example, files with a .dll, .exe, .ocx, and .sys extension and some True...

Default Processes in Windows 2000     
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This article describes the processes which run by default in Microsoft Windows 2000. These processes can be viewed using Task Manager....

Cannot View Thumbnail Image     
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This article contains information about modifying the registry. Before you modify the registry, make sure to back it up and make sure that you understand how to restore the registry if a problem occurs. When you open a folder that is configured to show a thumbnail view of .jpg files, you may see an outline of the thumbnail and a small program icon where the image should be displayed....

Cannot Disable IRQ Steering on ACPI-Enabled Computer     
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You do not have the option to disable IRQ steering in Device Manager on a computer with Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) support installed. Fully compliant ACPI computers with ACPI support installed do not require this option because of the nature of the ACPI specification. Contact your motherboard or PC manufacturer for an updated ACPI-compliant BIOS....

Step-by-Step Guide to Installing Cluster Service     
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This step-by-step guide provides instructions for installing Cluster service on servers running the Windows® 2000 Advanced Server and Windows 2000 Datacenter Server operating systems. The guide describes the process of installing Cluster service on cluster nodes. It is not intended to explain how to install cluster applications. Rather, it guides you through the process of installing a typical, two-node cluster itself. A server cluster is a group of independent servers running Cluster service an...

Installing a Windows 2000 Professional Workstation and Connecting It to a Domain     
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This document is the second of two parts. It describes how to install the Windows® 2000 Professional operating system on a workstation and connect that workstation to the domain controller server in a common infrastructure that was created in “Part I : A Step-by-Step Guide to Installing a Windows 2000 Server as a Domain Controller.” Complete Part I before proceeding with this document. All of the Windows 2000 Deployment step-by-step guides assume the common infrastructure is built using these tw...

Step-by-Step Guide to Bulk Import and Export to Active Directory     
Total Hits: 52  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Windows 2000      Rating:  
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This guide introduces batch administration of the Active Directory® service, using both the LDAP Data Interchange Format (LDIF) utility and a simple program you can write using the Visual Basic® Scripting Edition (VBScript) development system. Using these tools, you can export, import, and modify objects such as users, contacts, groups, servers, printers, and shared folders....

Step-by-Step Guide to Setting up ISM-SMTP Replication     
Total Hits: 35  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Windows 2000      Rating:  
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This guide demonstrates how to set up Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)-based replication between two Windows® 2000–based domain controllers, each belonging to a different domain. The Windows 2000 operating system offers three degrees of connectivity for Active Directory® service information: Uniform high speed (within a site). Point-to-point synchronous low speed (Remote Procedure Call, or RPC, between sites).
SMTP between sites. Windows 2000 also allows you to have domains that span mul...

Step-by-Step Guide to a Common Infrastructure for Windows 2000 Server Deployment - Part 1: Installing a Windows 2000 Server as a Domain Controller     
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This document explains how to build a common network infrastructure, beginning with the Windows® 2000 Server operating system configured as a domain controller. This common infrastructure allows you to learn about and evaluate Windows® 2000 Server and Windows 2000 Professional. As you deploy the systems, think about how you will use them in your organization. This document, which is part one of two, shows how to install a server as a domain controller and populate a sample Active Directory® serv...

Windows 2000 Step-by-Step Guides     
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These guides walk you through the fundamentals of the Windows 2000 operating system. Experience commonly used scenarios including management, directory, and security services, as well as other related areas....

How to Upgrade from Windows 95 or Windows 98     
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If you are running either the Windows® 95 or the Windows 98 operating systems, you can upgrade to Windows 2000 Professional. The steps listed below help you prepare for your upgrade, and then instruct you on how to get the Setup program underway, whether you are using the Windows 2000 Professional CD-ROM or upgrading from a network server. Additional upgrade resources are listed at the end of this document....

Deciding Whether to Upgrade from Windows 95 or Windows 98 to Windows 2000     
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The information in this article may help you decide whether to upgrade from Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows 98 Second Edition to Windows 2000 Professional. This article lists similarities and differences between the operating systems and key points to consider. For the most up-to-date information on hardware and software that is available for Windows 2000. Use this link to search for hardware devices and software that are compatible with Windows 2000. Some search results include links to down...

HOW TO: Configure Microsoft SMTP Service Local Domains in Windows Server 2003     
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This step-by-step guide describes how to configure local domains for the SMTP Service in Windows Server 2003. This article describes how to change the name of the default domain, configure an alias domain, and designate a Drop folder. SMTP Service domains are used to organize messages for delivery. The SMTP virtual server has at least one domain: the default local domain. A local domain is a Domain Name System (DNS) domain that is serviced by the local SMTP server. Messages with a local domain n...

Description of Microsoft Product Activation     
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This article discusses Microsoft Product Activation (MPA). MPA is an umbrella term for technology such as Windows Product Activation (WPA) in Microsoft Windows XP and Office Activation Wizard (OAW) in Microsoft Office XP. MPA is designed to reduce software piracy. For Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) licenses, MPA reinforces the End User License Agreement (EULA). Each pre-installation is a single unit license that is not transferable to another computer. Products that include MPA technology...

How to Cross-Certify a Windows Server 2003 Certification Authority with an Entrust CA     
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This article describes how to configure a Windows Server 2003 certification authority (CA) to cross-certify with other, non-Microsoft CAs....

VMware or Microsoft? The virtual server choice is yours     
Total Hits: 18  |  Today: 0Author: Thomas J. Deane      Rating:  
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A few years go, before Microsoft acquired virtual machine (VM) technology from Connectix Corp. in early 2003, VMware Inc. was the only game in town for VM environments. Today, Windows IT managers looking for greater server efficiency and flexibility can choose from among the products of the two major players: VMware and Microsoft. What are the product options and -- more importantly -- how do they stack up? Let's take a look. VMware's GSX Server and ESX Server compete with Microsoft's Virtual Se...

How to convert your Windows Server 2003 to a Workstation!     
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The purpose of creating this guide is to make it short, simple, and to the point! This is the only guide you will find on the Internet that has gone into so much depth. The sections above do not have to be taken in any particular order, but for the full Workstation experience it's recommended you do it step-by-step!
I won't go into too much detail here, besides who loves reading too much? Not many people I bet, so I will go straight to the point in these sections, allowing a quick and easy co...

FIX: You may receive an error message when you use CIS with a proxy server     
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When you use Microsoft COM Internet Services (CIS) with a proxy server (such as Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000), you may receive a "400: bad request" error message.

CAUSE
CIS sends an extra zero byte after the HTTP CONNECT request. This problem occurs because the proxy server passes this zero byte to the Web server....

How to troubleshoot RPC Endpoint Mapper errors in Windows Server 2003     
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This step-by-step article describes how to troubleshoot Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Endpoint Mapper errors in Windows Server 2003 and Windows 2000 Server by using tools and utilities that are available in the Support folder of the Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 Server CD-ROM or that are available as part of the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit or the Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit. Remote Procedure Call is a protocol that is used by the Windows operating system. RPC provides an inter-proc...



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