Jun 20, 2004 - General    No Comments

How can you use SMS Remote Control, without a clients permission

When you use SMS Remote Control, and the client is NOT present to respond to the ‘permission’ prompt, you have a problem. When the client is a server with no one logged on, you clearly need a solution.

You can use Regedt32 on the client, to navigate to:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftSMSClientClient ComponentsRemote Control.

Edit or Add Value name Permission Required, and set the data value to 0.

If you are doing this for selected clients, such as server computers, you should set the UpdateEnabled value to NO, to prevent the Permission Required value from being reset when security munging forces site-wide settings to client computers.

Jun 20, 2004 - General    No Comments

A quick way to determine the owner of a file

A quick way to determine the owner of a file is to open a CMD prompt and type dir /q FolderFileName.Extension.

Jun 20, 2004 - General    No Comments

Grey Hair colour ..

Hair Color of the “Person” Icon for a User Group Becomes Gray If the Group Contains More Than 500 Users.
If you want to change the number:
Link

Jun 19, 2004 - General    No Comments

How do I place the Windows XP Administrative Tools on the Start menu?

1. Use the Registry Editor to navigate to:

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerAdvanced.

2. Double-click the StartMenuAdminTools Value Name, a DWORD data type.
3. Set to data value to:
0 – Don’t display this item.
1 – Display on the All Programs menu and the Start menu.
2 – Display on the All Programs menu.
4. Press OK.

Jun 19, 2004 - Exchange    No Comments

Exchange ‘Visual’ mapper

Exmap is a an extremely useful tool, which will automatically generate a Visio diagram of your Exchange Organization. It may take a little trial and error to get the desired layout, however this tool can save a tremendous amount of time for a large Exchange Topology scenario.
It can run on NT 4.0, however the ADSI support package must be installed in order for it to work properly. You will also need your site services account and password, as well as LDAP enabled on at least one server in your Exchange Organization.
Link

Jun 19, 2004 - General    No Comments

PING: transmit failed, error code 10050 or code 65

When you issue a PING command, you may receive either of the following:

PING: transmit failed, error code 10050

PING: Transmit failed, error code 65.
This failure is generally the result of having a firewall program blocking the PING or blocking ICMP Echo and/or Echo Reply packets.
Check your program documentation for how to allow the PING command or to allow ICMP Echo and/or Echo Reply packets.

Jun 19, 2004 - Windows 2000    No Comments

No administrable services found

When you open Services and Applications (right-click My Computer and press Manage), you receive:

No administrable services found.

When you install the server tools on Windows 2000 Professional, IIS is selected by default, but the IIS snap-in is not properly configured.

To fix the problem:

1. Control Panel / AddRemove Programs / AddRemove Windows Components.
2. Select Internet Information Services (IIS) and press Details.
3. Clear the Internet Information Services Snap-in box.
4. Press OK and complete the dialog.

Jun 19, 2004 - Windows XP    No Comments

Windows XP administrative shares

Root Partitions C$, D$, etc….
System Root %SYSTEMROOT% is shared as ADMIN$, for easy access over the network.
FAX$ Fax clients cache files and access server cover sheets.
IPC$ Used for remote administration of network services using named pipes.
NETLOGON Used by the Netlogon service to process log on requests.
PRINT$ Used for remote administration of printers.

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