zeezam

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  1. Hello! I'm using wsus to deploy patches to my windows 7 clients. Some of the clients forced a reboot after installation of updates with this message in the log; Launched new AU client for directive 'Forced Reboot'. I have enabled No auto-restart for scheduled Automatic Updates Installations. Any ideas? Is there anything that override that setting?
  2. Migrated the virtual server to windows server 2008 and solved the problem.
  3. I tried that. Successfully processed 1 files; Failed processing 0 files.
  4. Thanks. I installed the templates. The adml files are now located under C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Group Policy\win72008r2\PolicyDefinitions\en-us. If I try to open the templates in Group Policy Management Editor it can't find the file types in the folder above. Any ideas?
  5. I trying to create an gpo that remove offline files in windows 7. Where do I find the admx files on the local computer that creates the gpo?
  6. I have successfully exported a hyper-v guest to another machine. However, when I try to create a snapshot for the guest on the new host I got Generel access denied error. It works flawless for my other hyper-v guests that I also have exported from another host. Any ideas?
  7. Yes. It seems to be problem with the symantec client.
  8. Having this issue several times for our users. Something makes the windows profile corrupt so they got logged in as a temporary profile. This is what I can find in the event log: Is it Symantec that causing the trouble?
  9. Having this issue. Found this thread: Hyper-V reports: Hyper-V reports: http://int.social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverhyperv/thread/74363e9d-fb91-4ca7-b8f8-fddc85dd5d31 Restarting the "Windows Management Instrumentation" - will that cause reboot of all my VM's to?
  10. After starting the virtual guest on a new host I have to activate the product key again and the key is already in use. Any ideas about that? It's a windows 2008 sp2 machine...
  11. Ok. Sometimes it works with just stop the VM. Copy the vhd files and startup the vm on another host...
  12. I want to move a hyper-v vm to another machine but can't find the export function. As described in this article I should find the function under action menu; http://blogs.msdn.com/b/virtual_pc_guy/archive/2008/08/26/hyper-v-export-import-part-1.aspx I can't find it there.
  13. Ok. Not what I know. Is there anything I can check or any policy I can set for this?
  14. Is there any fix for this? My w7 clients got this message several times and I have to rejoin the domain. We are running 2003 dc and w7 clients...