The built-in user profile manager only deletes one user profile at a. Has anyone else had the same problem? Ok I might have found something useful. The time zone is not correct when users log on with Receiver for Windows. As you can see, explorer. Has anyone else had the same problem? But I could't access or start the explorer program. I could logon to the server and the desktop loaded fine.
Logged in again with my normal admin account and it was now workig again. Not sure why it went into the wrong forum in the first place - may have been a bit stressed and not noticed where it was going. The scenario is as follows: We have sensitive data on a Server 2008R2. You can also do it via Task Manager's New task option and typing the same thing. When working with Windows File Explorer on the server as local administrator, you often have to open system directories, user profiles or edit protected system files. Hi, Thank you for your question. There is something totally different about Server 2008 R2 and no one seems to have the answer.
So where is the catch? Try with this work-around it works for me : a. My Account have administrator pemission level. As most people have been saying though, it's by design and it can be addressed with other means AutoIt that I'm going to attempt soon. Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help. If you had Task Manager open you could use its File New Task Run command to start a new Explorer instance.
Now my published Explorer program doesn't get tripped but the lingering session timer and correctly records itself in the AppCenter as a running app instead of a lingering state. Your question is beyond the scope of these Forums This Community is mainly for home users and their computer problems, not business systems. Rod Hi Marco, I've found an article and tested this method using iexplore. However, I see that things are a bit different in W2K8! Windows closed the program Windows Explorer because of this error. We are also getting application crashes on other exe's besides explorer. RtlSizeHeap+0x642 might be the reason for this.
Just wanted to add my thought on the subject. Ok, so I ran Windows Explorer with 'Run As Administrator', but that made no difference. If the file still cannot be accessed and - It is on the network, your network administrator should verify that there is not a problem with the network and that the server can be contacted. Everything added without any issues. I wish to create a virtual machine, I have a Windows 7 machine, it is: 2. Let us know how you fare. If I try with another user or brand new user, nothing change.
I can browse this folder trough cmd and trough network shares but it freezes every time if I try to browse it trough explorer. Going character-mode is really not what Server Core is about, but you can get that as well. Most useful post in this whole thread, should have been marked as Answer! See the article for the list of excluded hotfixes. How can i get rid of this? But you can get the access by clicking Continue. This does happen, just not very often. So you want to be a sysadmin? There is no Visual Studio installed on the W2K8 box, thus I assume that's the reason for no gacutil.
Ok, so I ran Windows Explorer with 'Run As Administrator', but that made no difference. You can even start non-command-line tools from the command prompt or Task Manager, like notepad. When I find it I'll post back the info and try it myself to see if it fixes it in my situation. Found this thread when invetsigating a related problem. I have found that thread behind explorer. I created a new local user and added the admin group.
Net Configuration in Control Panel, but that is not there. RtlSizeHeap+0x642 is only one using cpu. However, I see that things are a bit different in W2K8! The teams are working hard to have even more options available in Core and this will likely lead to a single, completely componentized version of Windows Server in the future. When this folder which is constantly changing is opened in Windows Explorer the explorer. Best regards, Fabrizio Giamporcaro You are welcome.