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Installing Server 2003 from evaluation disk now production
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Restore windows 2000 from broken Mirror configuration
Run a program automatically when starting a computer
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How to: Control Dual Boot Remotely

How to: Control Dual Boot Remotely ... I'm running a dual boot (Windows XP Pro & Windows Server 2003) computer at > a remote location. ...

How to run/stop a program at a specified time without logon

You can use scheduler to run/stop a program as a service without logon.

How to designate an external time source on DC

You can configure the Time service on the PDC operations master at the root of the forest to recognize an external Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) time server as authoritative by using the following net time command, where server_list can be a SNTP time server, DNSName or IP, for example net time /setsntp:time.windows.com

After you set the SNTP time server as authoritative, you can add or create a logon script including net time /your domain name /set command.




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