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Here is the run down:ctrl+alt+del brings up message that says u dont have admin privlages even if you are the adminit runs win xp (i believe)
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It used to be there and sometimes when I reboot it is there. Then while I'm surfing the net, all of the sudden windows will pop up a message that says something like: "you have unsafely removed this item...etc. This is a message from the windowsunplug or eject hardware wizard that usually appears when you insert a usb flash drive. If it doesn't show up in device manager then my bios does not see it either. How can I get it back and make it stay?Info:LITEON 16X DVD+-R/R+-RW DRIVE DOUBLE LAYER WRITING, ATAPI/E-IDESPECIFIC MODEL NO:SHW-160P6S10COperating System: Windows 2000 Advanced Server (5.0, Build 2195) Service Pack 4System Manufacturer: JETWAYSystem Model: AWRDACPIBIOS: Phoenix-Award BIOS v6.00PGProcessor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.00GHzMemory: 1024MB RAMPage File: 143MB used, 2318MB available
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When I press Ctrl+Alt+Del or Ctrl+ShitLeft+Esc, appears a message "the Task Manager has been desabled by an administrator" (or something like that... my WinXP-Pro is in spanish, lol)... so, do I have a virus or a security policy enabled!? I have this problem in my girldfriend's pc and I wanna fix it!Tanks for the answers.
For those of you out there using Scrum, do you have Program Managers on your Scrum teams, and if so, what are their roles and/or responsibilities as opposed to using the traditional waterfall method?
eg i have slellmon.exe & jusched.exe running and i dont understand what they are.
I've configured SCOM 2007 for notifications and have proven that it works. When I disable a NIC or disconnect a network cable to simulate downtime, however, the server never notifies me that the server is down. This is the case even if I configure a notification that tells me about everything. Does ANYONE know how to do this?
I've read the related questions and the answers. What to do if none of that works? (The gpedit.msc? Can't even "run" that.) I've only had the internet a short time, I've always had a virus scanning program and it's never found anything. What to do? Oh- I AM the system administrator!
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