I have an Windows 2000 sp4 in office. I tried to update it, but always get Update error: 0xC80001FE.
I do a lot of search to find the way to fix it. You know, the security issue is the most important problem of Windows. Especially for this almost 10 years old Operation System.
OK, the good answer is I got the solution for Update error: 0xC80001FE.
Let me note it here.
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I got the 0xC80001FE error message when I tried to update my Windows 2000 installation.
It takes time to find the solution. Now I figure out it.
The problem is McAfee Antivirus program. It locks some system files which are used when Windows try to do the updates.
OK. Let’s go to the details of solutions.
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Microsoft release it January update for Windows. I update some Windows box as shown below,
Windows 2000 server.
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I have a LAN with Windows 2000 pro and Windows 2000 server. One share folder in Windows 2000 server. All people in the Lan can access this folder as member of workgroup.
The requirement is to setup this share folder to two groups with different security right.
The following notes is what I do in my server.
Setting Security on a Folder before share it
1) Log on to server as a user who is a member of the Administrators group. Open Windows Explorer.
2) Click the drive or folder in which I want to create a new folder.
3) Create a new folder, named it as “shareit”.
4) Right-click “shareit”, and then click Properties. Click the Security tab.
5) Click to clear the Allow inheritable permissions form parent to propagate to this object check box. In the Security dialog box, click Copy.
Note: The inherited permissions are copied directly to this folder.
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Yesterday, I restart my computer. The closing tasks always ask me to force close the programs. I did not want to wait any more and decided to use the power button. The result is the following blue screen when I start it again.
Today, I have to fix it first to post this entry.
First of all, I try the Last Known Good Configuration by starting. It also gave me the blue face.
Ok, I have the Windows 2000 CD-ROM.
I used the Windows Recovery Console to fix it and it works.
Let me show you the details about it.
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