If you’re using Windows 2000 and meet “”The system process c:\WINNT\System32\Services.exe” terminated unexpectedly with status code 128. The system will now shutdown and restart.”problem when you start the computer, try this KB: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;318447 If you meet the same problem when you’re running Terminal Services and Gateway Services for NetWare, you can reference this article: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;315105
When you try to access a network path (FQDN) by “start”-“run”-”\\machine_name\share_name”, and meet error message “No network provider accepted the given network path.” But when you open the Command Console (“start“-“run“-“cmd“), you can ping that machine successfully by using the FQDN. If you meet this situation, run “sfc /scannow” may be able to solve the problem. If this method shouldn’t work, you may also try this tip: http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBR/tip8500/rh8517.htm One of them will resolve the problem and enable you to access a shared location successfully by “start”-”run”-”\\machine_name\share_name”.
You may already be aware of Microsoft’s Windows Genuine Advantage program, it’s been announced in September, 2004. The program is for maximize genuine Windows users’ advantage, as a part of the program, there’s a one-time Windows validation process for some of the users visiting Download Center. If you’re a using a genuine Windows, you will be able to have access to the entire download center; if you’re not using a genuine Windows, you’ll be notified how to obtain a genuine Windows. However, even if you’re not using a genuine Windows, you may be able to access the downloads next time when you’re … Continue reading The Windows Genuine Advantage program & Calculator Plus
If the setup cannot copy various files to install Windows Server 2003, and you always get an error when copying syssetup.dll file, try to consider the problems of your memory or hard disk. DO NOT always think it will be problems of your CD or DVD drive, or your media has been broken. When you try to install Windows Server 2003 on a computer but you always meet cannot copy file especially syssetup.dll error, check your memory with this tool: http://oca.microsoft.com/en/windiag.asp The tool will show you problems with the memory, remove or replace related memory from your machine, then you may … Continue reading How to install Windows Server 2003 if the setup always generates errors with copying syssetup.dll
We can use sc.exe in the Windows Server 2003 to control services, create services and delete services. Since some people thought they must directly modify the registry to delete a service, I would like to share how to use sc.exe to delete a service without directly modifying the registry so that decreased the possibility for system failures. To delete a service: Click “start“ – “run“, and then enter “cmd“ to open Microsoft Command Console. Enter command: sc servername delete servicename For instance, sc \\dc delete myservice (Note: In this example, dc is my Domain Controller Server name, which is not … Continue reading Deleting services in Windows Server 2003
1. click “Start”- “Run”-“cmd”.2. ntdsutil.3. At“ntdsutil:” console, enter command“set DSRM Password”. 4. When it prompts“Reset DSRM Administrator Password:”, enter“Reset Password on server ”. is the server name of which computer you want to reset DSRM administrator password.5. When it prompts“Please type password for DS Restore Mode Administrator Account:”, enter your new administrator password for DSRM.6. Confirm new password.7. Set new password successfully, the utility will return to“Reset DSRM Administrator Password:”prompt.8. Enter“quit”, back to “ntdsutil”prompt.9. If you will perform no other operations by ntdsutil utility, enter “quit” again to quit ntdsutil. I attached a picture here to show you the whole process: