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Anonymous
December 3, 2004 10:53:07 AM

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I use a XP workstation and decided to install the adminpak from the 2000
server CD. It would not work correctly and I uninstalled it and installed
the adminpak from server 2003. It seemed to work except there were a few
things I could not administer. When I returned to active directory in the
server I began getting a message that things were going to be truncated. I
found a fix for that from Microsoft and now my servers are ok when going into
active directory. But now on my 2000 workstations the secruity warning after
doing ctl-alt-delete is truncated still. All my XP workstations are fine. I
am now concerned that some of the changes I make in AD will not take affect
on my 2000 workstations. What should I do to correct this problem? Thank.

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Anonymous
December 6, 2004 12:22:19 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.active_directory (More info?)

Hello Wade
If you mean the Logon Message are beginning trounced you can manually edit
this message in the file below.

\\<NAMEOFDC>\sysvol\<DOMAIN.COM>\Policies\{<SID OF
POLICY>}\MACHINE\Microsoft\Windows NT\SecEdit\GptTmpl.inf

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"Wade" <Wade@discussions.microsoft.com> skrev i meddelandet
news:6E124243-23B7-4D27-AC4A-CC63D263FC32@microsoft.com...
>I use a XP workstation and decided to install the adminpak from the 2000
> server CD. It would not work correctly and I uninstalled it and installed
> the adminpak from server 2003. It seemed to work except there were a few
> things I could not administer. When I returned to active directory in the
> server I began getting a message that things were going to be truncated.
> I
> found a fix for that from Microsoft and now my servers are ok when going
> into
> active directory. But now on my 2000 workstations the secruity warning
> after
> doing ctl-alt-delete is truncated still. All my XP workstations are fine.
> I
> am now concerned that some of the changes I make in AD will not take
> affect
> on my 2000 workstations. What should I do to correct this problem?
> Thank.
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