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Hej jag har ett problem, det verkar som att spoolsv.exe inte funkar korrekt i min Windows 2003 server installation.

 

Om jag skall vara ärlig så verkar inte den servicen finnas allas. Så jag kan inte instalera nya skrivare, eller redigera inställningar för loggar.

 

Vet någon hur jag skall göra för att installera den här servicen utan att instalera om windows 2003 server.

 

Vill också säga att jag använder tiny Windows 2003 eXPerence server editon.

 

Alltså att instalera om Windows kommer inte på fråga.

 

Vet någon om hur jag skall gå till väga?

 

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tiny Windows 2003 eXPerence server editon
Vad är det för något?

 

Normalt så är det väl:

START>Programs>Administrative Tools>Manage Your Server

Sen väljer du Add or remove a role.

Sen markerar du Print server i det fönster som kommer upp och väljer Next.

Därefter så gör du de val/inställningar som är lämpliga för ditt nät.

 

 

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Tiny Windows 2003 är en moddad version, av server 2003 för att utnyttja fördelarna med windows server 2003 hemma. Man kan köra nästan allasom funkar under XP.

 

Det går lite snabbare än Xp helt enkelt.

 

Tack för ditt svar, så här gick det:

 

Jag genomförde de steg du sa, men när jag kommer till wisarden för att hitta skrivare så får jag ett medelande om att "Återgärden kunde inte genomföras eftersom spoolsv servicen inte är startad.

 

Men när jag kollar tjänster är den där och startad, har ställt in den på manualt, men det verkar inte som om den bryr sig..

 

Har helt enkelt inte möjlighet att använda skrivare. Lite surt.

 

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Tiny Windows 2003 är en moddad version, av server 2003 för att utnyttja fördelarna med windows server 2003 hemma.
Låter instabilt och märkligt... Men, finns det någon bra länk för att läsa mer?

 

Har helt enkelt inte möjlighet att använda skrivare. Lite surt.
Inte så konstigt att allt inte fungerar i en sån installation.

 

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Nej det kanske inte är så lustigt, och jag viste redan innan att det inte skulle funkar. Men i specefikationen stod det bara att "Disabled Print Spooler service." Och då antog jag att det gick att starta den igen. Men det verkar inte som det.

 

 

Detta är den info jag fått.

 

[log]Based on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition, this specially

made version of Windows has been fully tweaked and transformed

for home use/playing games.

 

This operating system will run almost all of the software that

runs on Windows XP.

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

"Why use Windows Server 2003?" you might ask - because it runs

everything faster than Windows XP. Server 2003 boots up faster

than XP, it even runs GAMES faster than Windows XP, for example,

loading levels in Half Life 2 takes a third of the time it takes

in Windows XP. Also, you get way better frame rates in server

2003 too.

 

Server 2003 has no Welcome screen and it is simply more responsive

than Windows XP.

 

Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition with SP1 allows up to eight

processors and 1 TB (terabyte) of RAM, yes, up to one thousand gigabytes

of RAM! So this OS is somewhat future proof, since most home systems

only use one or maybe two processors at the most and usually only use

up to 4Gb or 8Gb of RAM in even the most extreme gaming setups.

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

Perhaps it is best not to mention the real world cost of this OS,

but remember, this eXPerience Edition is not meant to be used as

a server OS, although the truth is, it could be used as a server

OS if you wanted, because it has not actually been "converted" to

a workstation, only carefully tweaked for "home use". Bear in mind

that some features have been stripped out of this special edition,

however, this should not affect the use of this OS as a server, but

this is not its intended purpose - the purpose of this OS is to provide

a very fast and very stable home OS that runs software faster than XP

could ever hope to be, especially now XP has over 65 post SP2 hotfixes

you have to cram into it, it seems to get slower with every hotfix that

you install. Microsoft cannot afford to be like that with Server 2003

because it costs too much and professional Administrators would catch on.

Maybe the slowness of XP is down to Vista coming soon, who knows, but XP

is not what it once was, the fastest XP is probably with SP1. The theory

goes that hotfixes protect you from viruses and spyware, but I have yet

to experience any real evidence of that, however there is plenty of evidence

that hotfixes bloat XP and slow it down! Again, just in time for Vista.

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

DO NOT use conversion to a workstation tools on this OS like "TweakNT"

or "Reset5" because those tools do not work on this corporate version

of Server 2003. If you use these tools, the OS will not be bootable

anymore.

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

The WINDOWS folder for this installation only uses 630Mb of hard disk

space, the normal full install of Server 2003 Enterprise Edition takes

up 1500Mb of space.

 

The ISO image of this eXPerience Edition is about 300Mb, this is half

the size of the normal ISO image and this special edition includes

additional drivers totalling about 45Mb of that 300Mb, so the actual

size for Windows on its own on the ISO image is roughly 250Mb. The

included drivers are all integrated so that your devices (see details

below for included drivers) will be working on installation. Driver

packs used are part of Bashrat the Sneaky's driver packs, which are

finally a solution to unattended SATA problems that Microsoft seemingly

refuse to address.

 

RAM memory usage on first install = 55Mb

 

Only install this operating system onto a freshly formatted

partition or hard disk.

 

It is not possible to upgrade, because the option (44Mb) has been

removed. If you did "upgrade" from XP, you cannot go back to XP

again anyway.

 

To install this unattended version, simply boot from the CD and format

the drive or partition you want to install to, then just sit back and

wait 15 minutes and the installation takes care of itself. No 'Product

Key' is needed.

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

The following hotfixes are integrated:

 

Service Pack 1 (build 1830)

All 32 Critical and Recommended Hotfixes up to 21.06.2006

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

Includes the following programs:

 

MSN Messenger v7.5.0324

Windows Media Player v10.00.00.3704

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

The following drivers are integrated:

 

Chipset Drivers

CPU Drivers

Ethernet LAN Drivers (NIC card)

SATA Drivers (no floppy disk needed)

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

Added to the Start Menu you will find

the automatic Product Key change tool.

 

This is because eventually and inevitibly, Microsoft will make

people feel miserable and block the key that is used for this

unattended installation. Now, before you even connect to the

internet you are able to easily change the 'Product Key' in one

click, just run the key changer, click "Yes" and sit back whilst

the ACCU2003 program performs its tricks. This special edition

of Server 2003 does not need to be activated, because it is a

corporate (VLK) version.

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

The following items have been removed:

 

Printer Drivers - 33.74 Mb

All Languages (except USA and UK english) - 81.60 Mb

Wallpapers and game controller images - 3.36 Mb

Windows Sounds - 2.11 Mb

Microsoft .NET Framework - 12.22 Mb

Administration Tools Pack - 13.2 Mb

Help - 23.0 Mb

Manual Install and Upgrade - 44.0 Mb

Search Assistant - 5.55 Mb

Beep Driver (stops annoying system beeping) - 2 Kb

Error Reporting Service - 140 Kb

Indexing Service - 6.36 Mb

Messenger (could be used by spammers) - 20 Kb

Remote Registry (would enable remote registry editing) - 30 Kb

Telnet Server Service - 90 Kb

UDDI Service (Server 2003 only, not needed) - 31.37 Mb

Windows Media Services (Server 2003 only, not needed) - 15.10 Mb

 

The following directories have been removed...

 

DOCS - 545 Kb

PRINTERS - 31.00 Mb

SUPPORT - 11.05 Mb

VALUEADD - 6.10 Mb

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

It is recommended that for antivirus you use Symantec Antivirus

Corporate Client and for a firewall, use either Sygate Personal

Firewall Pro or BlackIce PC Protection. Common antivirus software

like that included with "Norton Systemworks" will not install on

Server 2003, this is maybe because Norton will not be held responsible

for protecting a server - remember, this operating system is supposed

to be used on a machine like a rackmounted server with hundreds of other

machines being run off of it. It is this very same reason why Server 2003

is much faster than Windows XP and is rock solid compared to ANY other

Windows. The only other software that might not install, is XP specific

software like Microsoft Plus! that is for use exclusively on XP, in other

words Microsoft Plus! for XP would not install on Windows 98 or Windows

2000 either. It seems that the only problem with Server 2003 and software

not installing is your choice of antivirus and firewall - stick with the

recommendtions above and you can't go wrong.

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

Here are the changes made from what this operating

system would be, to the altered eXPerience Edition...

 

Monitor resolution is set to 1024 x 768 (even in Vmware)

Turned "Hardware Acceleration" up to full. (HWACC.EXE by Sjaakie)

Removed "Manage Your Server" shortcut from pinned list on start menu.

Does not show "Windows Server Post Setup Security Updates" on first boot.

Does not show "Manage Your Server" wizard on Startup.

DirectDraw and Direct3D is enabled in DirectX Diagnostic Tool.

Programs are set so they have priority over background applications.

All "Ctrl+Alt+Del" prompts (login, resume & standby) are disabled.

Server 2003 "Shutdown Event Tracker" is disabled.

Themes Service is enabled.

Windows Audio service is enabled.

 

Other Tweaks:

 

Disabled Print Spooler service.

Notepad Tweak - Turned on "WordWrap" in Notepad.

Removed "Shortcut to" Prefix on Shortcuts.

Disabled "Transition Effect" when you right click.

Disabled Window Animation.

Shows complete filename with extension.

Displays DOS filenames in proper text-case

Shows Hidden Files and Folders.

Uses Windows Classic Folders.

Disabled Balloon Tips.

Any open folders restore again when Windows restarts.

Disabled automatic restart in the event of a BSOD.

Disabled error reporting (but still notify on critical errors)

Disabled Windows Time service.

Prevented re-use of Internet Explorer windows.

Removed "Language Bar".

Made Internet Explorer maximum downloads 10 (default was 2)

Removed "Shared Documents" from My Computer.

Renaming of Recycle Bin is allowed.

Hung services are killed after 5 secs (default was 20 secs).

Got rid of "Places Bar" in Common Dialog Boxes.

Start Menu is speeded up to almost zero delay.

Added Notepad as a Right Click Item.

Added "Accessibility" tab to Internet Explorer.

Added "Always expand alt text for images.

Added Move system caret with focus/selection changes.

Added "Browsing" to the "Advanced" tab in "Internet Options".

Can open NFO files with notepad from the outset.

Stopped MSN sound when contacts sign in.

Disabled MSN startup with Windows.

 

----------------------------------------------------------

 

Service Pack 1 and Hotfixes (up to 21.06.2006) integrated:

 

WindowsServer2003-KB889101-SP1-x86-ENU.exe (SP1 Build 1830)

 

Windows-KB890830-V1.17.exe (Malicious Software Removal Tool)

WindowsServer2003-KB890046-x86-enu.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB893756-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB896358-x86-enu.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB896422-x86-enu.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB896424-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB896428-x86-enu.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB898715-x86-enu.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB899587-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB899588-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB899589-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB899591-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB900725-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB901017-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB901214-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB902400-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB904706-v2-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB905414-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB908519-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB908531-v2-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB910437-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB911280-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB911562-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB911567-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB911927-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB912919-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB914389-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB916281-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB917344-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB917734-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB917953-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB918439-x86-ENU.exe

 

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ISO File Size in Bytes............................ 297,945,088

Files on ISO...................................... 4,818

Folders on ISO.................................... 33

 

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Enjoy This Fine Release By eXPerience

 

Build Date: 01.07.2006

 

Released: Mid-Summer 2006

Computers are like women, you love them you try but never seems to understand them

[/log]

 

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[inlägget ändrat 2007-03-06 19:38:36 av Cluster]

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Tiny Windows 2003 är en moddad version, av server 2003 för att utnyttja fördelarna med windows server 2003 hemma.
Är som sagt mycket skeptisk.

 

Förutom det faktum att många funktioner säker inte fungerar så har du ju ingen koll på vilka säkerhetshål som öppnats (medvetet eller omedvetet) genom modifieringarna.

Läser lite bland kommentarerna på de torrentsiter som tillhandahåller denna:

Norton shows

"OEM\bin\cmdow.exe is infected with Hacktool.HideWindow"

and

"$OEM$\$$\System32\cmdow.exe is infected with Hacktool.HideWindow"

 

and Panda shows

 

"\I386\SFC_OS.DL_" as "Trj/Sfc.A.mod Virus"

 

 

Ojoj skrev:

Detta är den info jag fått.

Använd gärna LOG-knappen. När du klistar in låånga textstycken (du kan fortfarande redigera ditt meddelande och göra detta.

//eforum.idg.se/Eforumintro.asp#Del3

 

/Cluster

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Låter inte så bra,

 

Har dick inte hittat något med antivir PE Classic.

 

Kanske är det som så att det besta vore att instalera den riktiga versionen. Eller köra XP

 

Men efter att ha använt XP i all evighet nu, känns hastigheten bytligt bättre i denna version av server 2003.

Har inte haft några problem med instabilitet, eller liknade dock bara det här med skrivaren.

 

Vet inte någon möjligen hur man skall göra för att få den funktionen att funka?

 

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Johan Sandqvist

Nej, för att du troligen "optimerat" bort de delar i systemet som krävs för att köra Print Spooler. Jag vet inte om du använt ett verktyg för att modifiera en laglig version av w2k3, eller tankat hem nån färdig iso. I första fallet så är risken stor att du tar bort "onödiga" komponenter som sen visas att du behöver i alla fall (som i fallet med dina utskrifter). I andra fallet, bortsett från laglighetsaspekten) så är risken mycket, mycket stor för att du i själva verket installerar något som garanterat har något fuffens i sig. Har aldrig riktigt förstått det där med tanka hem ett OS från okända källor som du inte har någon som helst koll på.

 

Om du vill ha ett slimmat system för spel, så rekommenderar jag dig starkt att köra en laglig XP istället, och se till att trimma det systemet för att få det så snabbt som möjligt. Finns gott om sajter som ger tips på tjänster som går att stänga ned i syfte att få mer prestanda.

 

// Johan

 

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