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Win2003 DC is restricting Apps too much.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by race, Sep 16, 2004.

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  1. race

    race Thread Starter

    Sep 16, 2004
    i posted this on the networking part of the forum too, but it maybe an OS issue.

    i am running QuickBooks and a Tech Dispatching Application on ONE Win2003 server. because i needed better security and accounting on this server, i made it a Domain Controller.

    i thought i fixed most of the issues (cruised a lot of forums) and the client side apps seems to be working with the server apps.

    my issue now is that the server applications will not interact with each other even though they are on the same server nor will they update themselves.

    they worked fine with each other and were able to update themselves before i made the server a DC.

    the firewall was not changed and i have tried updating the server apps with the firewall turned off. could not connect to the site. IE works fine and is set to low security (temporarily.)

    the client side QuickBooks application does update (patches) without issue. (workstations are all Win XP.SP2)

    is there something in Win2003 DC that restricts permission for applications? how do i change that?
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