LSASS error on boot 0xc00002e1

  Ok, I am realizing that a “once per day” post is a bit ambitious!  My new restated goal is once every 2-3 days.  The issue of note this week (that wasn’t covered in today’s podcast http://blogs.technet.com/sbs) is the often criticized and under appreciated LSASS error on boot.   In this case, there was no…

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Using SBS2003 as a POP3 server for remote clients

Today I worked on an issue where external POP3 clients (Outlook Express in this scenario) were not able to authenticate to the SBS POP3 service.  They would get repeatedly prompted for username/password.  Funny thing was that a new user called “test” worked fine.  The problem was the syntax of the username as described in http://support.microsoft.com/?id=326995. Thus…

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Working on a Saturday afternoon

If you call what I do “work”!  I love my job and goofing with computers.   Friday’s I worked on an issue where Exchange 5.5 (SBS45, yes it is still out there and alive and well…if it ain’t broke…you know the rest) databases were becoming dismounted due to them being at the 16 gb limit. …

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Public Folder Permissions AGAIN!

See my previous posts for the details, same story, different day.  Migration, LegacyDN, etc…

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I am now having nightmares about Public Folders…

Another Public Folder migration/permission issue Well, I am a day behind again….hopefully I will catch up this afternoon and post today ABOUT today ;o) Yesterday I had another issue with Public Folders and permissions.  Anytime that the terms MFCMAPI, PFDavAdmin and LegacyDN are used in the same sentence…be afraid, be very afraid!  Do a quick…

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ISA2004 Firewall Client "bind" error on a client

Sorry for not getting this post out yesterday…   Well, yesterday was all about winsock calls in the network stack on a client machine and the ISA2004 Firewall Client.  The issue was after upgrading to ISA2004 and deploying the ISA2004 Firewall Client to the clients, a 3rd party app would give a “bind” error when…

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Public Folder Migration Woes…

Happy Monday to everyone!   One of today’s issues was trying to migrate public folders from one SBS server to another (separate domains).  The problem was that the public folders on the original server had custom permissions set and those permissions were preventing the public folders from being accessible on the new server once the…

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