'Merv Porter [SBS-MVP Wrote:
> ;3754526']Hi John,
> If you have a good SBS System State backup and you can boot into DSRM
> (Directory Services Restore Mode), you should be able to do a system
> restore using the document I posted in my reply to other post (though
> not sure it will resolve your problem).
> Backing Up and Restoring Windows Small Business Server 2003
> Merv Porter [SBS-MVP]
> "John" <info@newsgroup> wrote in message
> > Hi
> > My sbs 2003 server (on C: drive) started giving error "Lsass.exe:
> > trying to update a password the value return indicates that the
> > passed as current password is not correct" and then rebooting
> > automatically.
> > I tried safe mode and last known good configuration...no luck. I
> > repair form original sbs 2003 R2 disks still no luck. I can't use
> G in
> > repair console as it wont accept my administrator password anymore.
> > I then installed bare windows 2003 on a second physical disk (drive
> > the system. I can boot into windows 2003 and can access original sbs
> > disk. I even copied system, software and security feels form
> > c:\windows\system32\repair to c:\windows\system32\config still no
> > logging in to original sbs2003 and same lsass.exe as above appears
> > system reboots.
> > I have an ntbackup of last night and several others form recent past.
> > I restore some files form the backup to fix this? If not what is the
> > of backing up system state and windows folders?
> > Thanks
> > Regards
Thanks for writing. I did have a ss backup, that I thought was good.
It was taken two days ago when the system was still booting normally,
but was freezing occasionally. Upon restoring, the server gets to the
Windows splash screen, and the "meter" that runs across goes on for 5
seconds or so and then stops moving entirely. I have tried this with
several different pcs, including the original box, with a new hd. I do
also have a ss that I took with backupexec. I could try that, but I
have never done it. ntbackup will not use that one. I guess I have to
install backup exec on the destination box, then try to recover?
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