Cannot Access Admin Tools In Windows Xp
The expiration of his ID file … Hidden Files 6 replies Hi all, I am using windows xp sp2. will try it and run for a scan... See step five. Now let's look at enabling file sharing on XP. his comment is here
Disabling simple file sharing made my day. –Marki Jul 8 at 11:56 Thank you! C:\Windows\system32> You can see here that it's been deleted. Click on the link Create a new account. Now that you have that sorted out, you now need to make sure you have file sharing enabled.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Can't open Administrative Tools in XP Home - More Thoughts by Rollo / April 2, 2004 6:34 PM PST In reply to: Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Re:Can't open Administrative Services in Home XP by Chris50 / April 2, 2004 12:41 AM PST In reply to: Re:Can't open Administrative Services Or so it says in the mesage popup 0 Rik_ 111 5 Years Ago Have you had a look for the file to verify it's existence? 0 Discussion Starter flagstar 111 Start / Run cmd enter into the cmd windows path Does the result begin with (assuming C PATH=C:\WINDOWS\system32;C:\WINDOWS;C:\WINDOWS\Sys tem32\Wbem; ??
Computer running Vista 32, Office 07. When I try to access \\10.0.0.2\c$ I get the dialog box asking for user name and password. Aug 27, 2003 #10 digitalmatt TS Rookie Topic Starter Darth Vader: I tried to do what you said, when I right clicked My Computer, and went to Manage, I got that Click on My Computer.
Screeniez... But log on fails. You will have to reinstall the patches. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/administrative-tools-in-winxp.7251/ Thanks!
So I'm typing this very lengthy question/problem on SU in hope that someone with a lot of experience from Windows networking will be able to help. The other options on the page can be accessed normally. If it gives the same message then it is a subcomponent it cannot find. If that is missing it could be readded with such as cacls C:\WINDOWS\system32\mmc.exe /e /g Users:R "Randy"
Please try the request again. I'll try another anti-rootkit just to confirm if it's was a rootkit attack... 0 caperjack 875 5 Years Ago Sophos Anti-rootkit just found unknown hidden files which is pretty much trusted You just have to add in the /delete switch followed by the UNC path to the share and hit Enter. If it's there, then you might need to change the value data.
Click on Security. http://mediastartpage.com/cannot-access/cannot-access-administrative-tools.html Also tried with another account but no luck... What I've try so far sfc /scannow = Didn't fix it, also mess up my Seven Transformation Pack files create new account with admin access = Also the same Safe Mode?? Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion
Computer 1 OS: XP Pro SP2 Host name: TOSH Workgroup: WORKGROUP IP: 10.0.0.1 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Default gateway: blank DNS: blank Client for Microspoof network enabled (joke!) File and printer sharing I get this error message: ' Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. Pannu | March 13, 2012 at 06:01 AM Hey excellent tip. weblink Regards.
Onto Windows XP... Check IP settings! Creating an administrator account Click on Start.
But if you had Simple File Sharing disabled before you connected, then you can now go ahead and connect to \\tosh\c$ and it will get you connected to \\tosh\c$.
Fly free! Using the "net use" command This is another useful command. try scanning your computer with an av Feb 18, 2008 #19 k.jacko TS Rookie Posts: 493 dude. If prompted...
Screeniez... It's not your regular administrator account. I have placed some Windows performance tips on my blog. http://mediastartpage.com/cannot-access/cannot-access-administrative-tools-xp.html C:\WINDOWS> What you see is not exactly what you will get, not in this case anyway. (Reference to WYSIWYG.) Troubleshooting In case you run into those pesky errorz...
Why are password boxes always blanked out when other sensitive data isn't?