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When you view device information on your Windows-based computer using Device Manager, you may see an unknown device listed next to a yellow question mark. Determining the cause of this unknown device can be difficult, because there are few indications...
4/17/2014

RAPID PUBLISHING ARTICLES PROVIDE INFORMATION DIRECTLY FROM WITHIN THE MICROSOFT SUPPORT ORGANIZATION. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS CREATED IN RESPONSE TO EMERGING OR UNIQUE TOPICS, OR IS INTENDED SUPPLEMENT OTHER KNOWLEDGE BASE INFORMATION. You...
4/17/2014

If you use Network Address Translation ( NAT) between an FTP server and a client, retransmitted FTP-Port commands may intermittently cause the FTP connection to stop working.
4/17/2014

After you add service names that are longer than 40 characters and restart your computer, Plug and Play devices may not be detected. Note that to add service names that are longer than 40 characters, you may use utilities such as the Sc.exe utility from the Microsoft Windows NT Resource Kit.
4/17/2014

After you run the NTBackup utility (Ntbackup.exe) to fully restore the System State data, network adapters may be missing or have incorrect names in Device Manager. New wide area network (WAN) miniports (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol [L2TP]) that were not...
4/17/2014

A supported hotfix is available from Microsoft. However, this hotfix is intended to correct only the problem that is described in this article. Apply this hotfix only to systems that are experiencing this specific problem.
4/17/2014

Microsoft COM+ leaks memory during transactions with queued components. The leak includes two basic block sizes of 168 bytes and 206 bytes individually. The CoTaskMemAlloc API leaks. In both of the stacks that leak, you find COMSVCS!CNonRootTransactionStream::Create near the top of stack.
4/17/2014

When a Windows 2000-based DNS server that is integrated with Active Directory tries to replicate the zone data, the serial number of the second DNS server increases by one. This occurs even if no records have changed in either zone at that time.
4/17/2014

When you use Active Directory Users and Computers to copy a user, the UPN box next to the user name contains corrupted data instead of @ UserDomainName .com. If you click the arrow next to the box, you see that the field contains the correct user...
4/17/2014

A supported hotfix is available from Microsoft. However, this hotfix is intended to correct only the problem that is described in this article. Apply this hotfix only to systems that are experiencing this specific problem.
4/17/2014

This problem occurs because the computer account password is incorrectly enforced by the user account password filter (Password.dll). The filter requires that passwords have at least 8 characters with at least 1 nonalphanumeric character.
4/17/2014

When you send a lot of mail by using the Pickup folder with the Windows 2000 Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service, memory usage may increase over time without ever decreasing.
4/17/2014

This problem occurs because DHCP servers send messages only up to 576 bytes (because this is the size that every client must be able to accept). The hotfix that is described in this article increases the DHCP message size limit to 4,096 bytes.
4/17/2014

A server running Windows 2000 Cluster service may experience a paged pool memory leak with a corresponding increase in handle count for Services.exe. The leaked handles refer to token objects. The leak may continue on a node after the resources are failed over to the other node.
4/17/2014

This article describes changes to the File Replication Service (FRS) in a Windows 2000 post-Service Pack 4 (SP4) hotfix that improves the robustness of the service. You must have Windows 2000 SP4 installed before you apply this hotfix. This hotfix includes multiple fixes.
4/17/2014

On the client, the TCP window size reduces to 0 and it can no longer receive data from the server. The problem occurs because NetBT does not pick up data packets from the TCP driver.
4/17/2014

Important This article contains information about modifying the registry. Before you modify the registry, make sure to back it up and make sure that you understand how to restore the registry if a problem occurs.
4/17/2014

The Compensating Resource Manager (CRM) and the CRM Worker both use the ICrmLogControl::WriteLogRecordVariants method to write structured log records and to make the records durable. If you use this method, a memory leak occurs in COM+ applications.
4/17/2014

When you have a COM+ server package that allows anonymous authentication and you subscribe to the IComSecurityEvents interface, the COM+ application may experience failfast.
4/17/2014

If you add certificates to the directory, and if the add request contains the ";binary" (without the quotation marks) tag, the ";binary" attribute is appended to all certificates.
4/17/2014

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