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  • The server is not configured for transaction (windows 2000 advance server)

    hi,
    I just install a windows 2000 advance server and join in domain as additional domain controller. and shared a folder with auth users full controll permitions.
    and I can access it from any workstion no problem,but next day I got a error message says:The server is not configured for transaction .
    I found all my admin shares disappeard(IPC$, Admin$..), after I recreated them , it works slowly for a while and disappeared again.
    I seached google, most of article says ,it's virus, but for god sake ,I just install it one day, and I didn;t use it to browser internet,how come it get virus, also I use anti virus to check ,found nothing.
    anyone have an idea?
    thanks!
    jimmy

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    Re: The server is not configured for transaction (windows 2000 advance server)

    just to make sure, did you follow this procedure?
    http://www.howtonetworking.com/casestudy/virus1.htm
    Marcel
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    • #3
      Re: The server is not configured for transaction (windows 2000 advance server)

      yes, but I didn't find winsys32.exe from \windows\system or winnt\system32 and \winnt\system32\winsys32.exe and \windows\system\winsys32.exe from the following register key HKLM\software\Microsoft\windows\run\

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      • #4
        Re: The server is not configured for transaction (windows 2000 advance server)

        maybe this may help from the microsoft site

        http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;842715

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