Trying to push & install, what does this mean please?

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  1. Biscuit

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    Trying to pushan install, what does this error mean please?

    Hi

    I'm installing NOD32 on a small 2 user SBS2003 network. Nod32 for Exchange has installed correctly & I've installed the remote admin server & console on the domain server. I have been able to push the install to 1 of the workstations with no probs. The other workstation which has pretty well exactly the same config will not install. I get this error:
    Could not setup IPC connection to target computer (SC error code 6, GLE error code 1203)
    What does this error mean please?

    (Workstation spec: PIV 3.0, 1gb RAM, Ewido 4.0, XP Pro SP2. McAfee Enterprise v8.0i uninstalled & rebooted.)
     
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    Is the workstation properly logging into the domain, not a local login?
    All Windows Updates installed on the SBS box..so that it has the fix for the XPsp2 firewall gp?
    Do you get challenged for the Administrator/Password when you try the push?
    DNS setup properly? The workstation is using the IP of your SBS box as its one and only DNS server?
     
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    Thank you for your reply.

    The pc is logged to the SBS domain & there is only 1 DHCP server. SBS & all workstations have all updates (using WSUS).

    Yes, I am challenged for the administrator password.

    The workstation is using the correct IP settings for the SBS box & works correctly with other products, Outlook, IE/Fx web access etc. Web access is via ISA & configured by SBS standard procedure with 2x nics. It is also able to access the server shared folders.

    I'm not hugely convinced that the workstation is running correctly though. I was unable to remotely access the workstation from the SBS server management console. o_O

    I think therefore that I may have a GP issue, rather that a NOD32 issue. As the workstation was unprotected, I manually installed NOD32. I have noted that it will not update from the nod32sigs directory on the server, but will update from the 'net.
     
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    Thanks for your help with this, I will try the utility later today (it's early in the UK at the moment).

    I just tried the c$ access & was able to access the root with no problem.
     
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    I just ran the utility & it has fixed everything! I uninstalled NOD32 & pushed the install again which worked perfectly. I can even remotely manage the computer via the server management console.

    Thank you very much, I have learnt some useful things today!
     
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    :thumb:
    It's a great tool...one of the many I carry on my USB thumb drive (bag-o-tricks). I've used it many many times, often gets rid of some glitches.

    Gotta love SBS2K3 eh? I love the remote assist built into it...so I can sit at home, connect to clients via their server..and reach their desktops easily to help them.
     
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    Yes, thanks again. Any other useful utils you can suggest for my memory stick? :)

    SBS2003 is a good product & easy to setup & maintain. With the 2003 version, it's really come of age & grown up from those shakey wizards we got in earlier versions. :blink: :cool:
     
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    Yeah I hated 4.5 with a passion.
    2000 was pretty decent though...I still have quite a few of those running out there.
    smallbizserver.net is a great resource...they went to subscription services for their tech articles..but it's still a good deal.

    Other little tidbits for the thumb drive? Here's a couple-o-more..
    Eusing free registry cleaner
    http://www.snapfiles.com/reviews/eusing-free-registry-cleaner/eusingregistry.html

    CCleaner
    http://www.snapfiles.com/reviews/CCleaner/ccleaner.html
    (Run this first on infected machines before you do a malware scan..it does a good job of clearing temp internet files..saving you lots of time during scans. And it can clear the index.dat. Also has a built in registry cleaner.
     
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    Thanks for the links.

    I've used smallbizserver.net for support & info in the past, haven't switched over to the paid-for articles yet though. I've used their remote support once last year when I had an SBS2003 server shutting down DNS every 3 days. That one turned out to be McAfee Enterprise v8.0i causing trouble. :mad:
     
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