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    Re: How to configure windows2000 server to restart

    The subject of your post says Windows 2000, and the post itself Windows 2003. Which is it? <img src=/S/scratch.gif border=0 alt=scratch width=25 height=29>

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    How to configure windows2003 server to restart

    Hi all

    Please can you help me to configure windows2003 server to restart automatically. If there is software I could download. Please could you advise me on what I can do?

    Thanks for your help

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    Re: How to configure windows2000 server to restart

    Sorry it's 2003


    Thanks

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    Re: How to configure windows2000 server to restart

    Thread moved to Windows 2003 forum.

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    Re: How to configure windows2003 server to restart

    See How to Set the Computer to be Rebooted Weekly and follow the instructions for Windows 2003.

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    Re: How to configure windows2003 server to restart

    Thanks hans it works.

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    Re: How to configure windows2003 server to restar

    What it doesn't say in that article is that it would be a pretty neat move to gracefully terminate any important running programs first, like (say) Exchange Server 2003, or a database...

    John
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