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Network Access Protection (NAP) is a Microsoft technology for controlling network access of a computer host based on the system health of the host, first introduced in Windows Server 2008.
With Network Access Protection, system administrators of an organization's computer network can define policies for system health requirements. Examples of system health requirements are whether the computer has the most recent operating system updates installed, whether the computer has the latest version of the anti-virus software signature, or whether the computer has a host-based firewall installed and enabled. Connecting or communicating computers have their health status evaluated. Computers that comply with system health requirements have full access to the network. Administrators can configure health policies that make it possible to ensure that computers not in compliance with system health requirements have restricted access to the network.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_Access_Protection
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc895519%28v=vs.85%29.aspx
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/network/bb545879

Microsoft... | Answered on Feb 28, 2019


Sorry Mike, we don't post product keys here. Try using YouTube as people post it there. Search for WIndows 2000 Server key...you'd be surprised what you find!

Microsoft... | Answered on May 18, 2016


Even if the scan says all ok I suspect bad sectors. To confirm try making images of the drives.

If you are able to get good images you can try raid reconstruction software.

If you need help I would suggest http://FreeDataRecovery.us they offer both online data recovery and do-it-yourself data recovery

Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 17, 2012


Have you tried remaking the backup job? its a simple job action

LOoks to me like those files are either missing, OR the tape drive no longer recognizes the tapes

Microsoft... | Answered on Mar 18, 2011


Each of the eleven(!) computers needs:
1. a _unique_ IP-address
2. the IP-address of the "gateway" device
3. the "network-mask" (usually 255.255.255.0)

The IP-address for your server must *NOT* match the IP-address of any of the 10 computers.

The IP-address for your server must *NOT* match the IP-address of the "gateway" computerl.

Microsoft... | Answered on Nov 13, 2009


Have you tried resetting the time and date from the system tray? Double click the time on the system tray and change the time and date to what it should be!

Microsoft... | Answered on Apr 14, 2009


you can give vmware's p2v migration tools (http://www.vmware.com/products/converter) a try. but oem version usually need to be activated and if the underlying hardware changes you'll have the repeat the activation.

Microsoft... | Answered on Mar 18, 2009


Hi,
Sounds like you have some corrupt windows files. I think you may also have a black logon screen and problems running programs as an administrator.

To solve this issue, first, boot your computer in Safe Mode. Do this by pressing F8 before the Windows Logo shows up during boot-up. Then, run Command Prompt as an Administrator (found under Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories - right click and select Run as administrator). Then all you have to do is type this:

sfc /scannow
(Space in between sfc and the /)

Then press Enter and the computer will fix itself. This is called the System File Checker Tool and it checks all Windows files for any corrupt or missing ones.

Hope this helps...
Good Luck!!

Microsoft... | Answered on Mar 18, 2009


Just at a guess, you might not have your view settings to display hidden or system files. If so, you will not see the system page file.

Also, the system does not show space reserved for PC health (system recovery). How much RAM is installed on your server? How long has it been in service? The backup files for PC health may be using up a huge percent of your drive.

There are also tons of update files from Microsoft stored in the Windows directory one can safely remove.

If you would like me to remote into your system, we can arrange for a time for a remote session and I can take a look at the space on your hard drive.

Let me know if that would be something you'd like to try.

Honest1abe

Microsoft... | Answered on Jan 10, 2009


You're asking the wrong group here.
Call a few talent professionals or recruiters.

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Microsoft... | Answered 2 days ago


feel free to buy it like everyone else does then

Microsoft... | Answered on Oct 09, 2019


  • If you use any Microsoft services (Office, Outlook, etc.), you have a Microsoft account. If you don't have an account yet, you can create one during the sign-in process.
    • Go to Microsoft account and select Sign in.
    • Type the email, phone number, or Skype sign-in that you use for other services (Outlook, Office, etc.), then select Next. If you don't have a Microsoft account, you can select No account? Create one!.Note that we recommend using an email you already have and use regularly.
    • Type your password and select the Keep me signed in box if you want to go straight into your account next time (not recommended for shared computers).
    • Select Sign in.

Switch from a local account to a Microsoft account (Windows 10)
  • If you're using a Windows 10 device, you may have signed in without using your Microsoft account. When you follow the steps below, you'll be able to see which account you're currently using. To sync your settings and Microsoft Store purchases across all your devices, you'll need to sign in with your Microsoft account.
    • Select the Start button, then select Settings > Accounts > Your info (in some versions, it may be under Email & accounts instead).
    • Select Sign in with a Microsoft account instead. You'll see this link only if you're using a local account. Note that if you see Sign in with a local account instead, you're already using your Microsoft account.
    • Follow the prompts to switch to your Microsoft account.

Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 24, 2019


tep1: - Firewall Disable
The users should try to temporarily disable Firewall or other security programs on their system.
Step2: - Uninstall Old version of Microsoft Office
If the users have installed the old version of Microsoft Office, then they need to instant uninstall it. In any case, if the MS office does not uninstall by using the Control Panel, then they have to download Microsoft Fix Tool and then use it to remove the old version of office of their PC.
Step3: -Install Microsoft Office in Clean Boot
Boot the system in the clean boot and then try to install the Office 2013 program and check that the clean boot is performed to disable all startup programs and the third party services on the machine. Also, check if they are conflicting with the Office installation.
Then restart the computer in Windows Clean Boot and then try to install Microsoft Office 2013 program.
Step4: - Check the Services Is Running Properly
The users need to ensure that the following services are running properly in the services console.
Go to "Start" button and then go to "Run" command. In the command prompt, type "Services.msc" cmd and tap on "Enter" key.
  • Check the Print Spooler
  • Check the Task Scheduler & respective dependencies
Step5:- Check Internet Connection
The users need to ensure that their Internet Connection to the system is properly working or not. Might require download few Microsoft utilities at distinct stages.
Step6:- Repair OSE Service
Follow these steps:
  • Go to Office "install disc" option, and then find ose.exe and osetup.dll.
  • Then need to create a folder for OSE: C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\Source Engine
  • Now copy the "OSE.exe" file to that folder.
  • Then restart your machine.
  • Now try to install Office again.

Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 24, 2019


Pay for it to be registered with a fresh installation.

Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 24, 2019


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Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 21, 2019


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Microsoft... | Answered on Sep 21, 2019

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