Many snapins rely on IE for rendering their display. Open an IE window (one
of the very rare times you'll see me recommend this on a server) and reset
all security settings to default. Also, if you have any group policies that
could be applied to your account that wouldn't apply to the Administrator
account, make sure they aren't interfering with IE's ability to render for
3rd-party apps such as MMC snapins.
"SteveM" wrote in message news:xn0ghj6snmusij000@newsgroup
> On one of my clients, the Backup snap-in in their SBS 2003 Server
> Management works fine from the built-in Administrator account, but when
> I navigate to it from my own admin account I get "A problem has
> occurred with the Manage Small Business Server Backup snap in. Close
> and re-open Server Management. If this problem continues, restart the
> IIS Admin Service.".
> I've never seen this before, but guess it's a permissions issue. There
> are no event log entries that accompany this, restarting IIS Admin
> Service (which runs under the local system account) doesn't help, and
> my admin account has the same group memberships as the built-in admin
> Any ideas?