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    @ Little-Miss, have you tried installing this patch manually on a PC to test if it works. I haven't had any luck getting it to work, I install it and it shows in the add/remove window but the lsasrv.dll file hasn't changed and the flaw still exists. I've uninstalled and reapplied but it still fails to work, the station reboots after install as though everything should be ok.
    Unfortunately the file can't be replaced manually even in safe mode I might have to look into the sysinternals tools.

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    see, this is where im confused. I installed it manually, i goes through, quite quickly, no errors. But i couldnt see it in add/remove. But when i used that program on the edugeek admin bar its listed as installed.

    I havent actually checked the dll file (will do that tomorrow). Are you having the same probs as me? SP3 buggered after forced password change?

    I've logged on and off as, admin, staff and student and its picked up the profile each time not the default one...

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    Yep same issue, if the user changes their password at logon they don't get a profile. To view the patch in add/remove you have to check the show updates box at the top.


    Old file should be 5.1.2600.5834
    New file should be 5.1.2600.5827

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    Well I replaced the file manually and it still doesn't work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie_monster View Post
    To view the patch in add/remove you have to check the show updates box at the top.
    Doh!!

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    To view the patch in add/remove you have to check the show updates box at the top.

    Dho!!
    We've all had those moments

    Where are you upto, has the patch sorted the problem for you?

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    I've just checked the version of the patch on the machine i manually installed it on. (I'm getting 3 files in my search). The one in the system32 folder is ...5827.

    Let me go logon and off as different users and i will get back to you...

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    Let me go logon and off as different users and i will get back to you...
    Don't forget to force a password change at logon.

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    I have just very quickly logged on as a member of staff, an infant and administrator and they all pulled down the correct profile/wallpaper/icons etc...

    Dont understand why its not working for you...

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    Did you force a password change at logon so you had to change the password before logging on to Windows?

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    yup...

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    this sounds like hard work for such a small fix..

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    oh i see what you are saying....

    My staff have already gone through the process of changing passwords....you think i should test it again?

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    take all the laptops off the staff.. and all is fixed..
    And it will save you lots of problems.. yet to come..

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    oh i see what you are saying....

    My staff have already gone through the process of changing passwords....you think i should test it again?
    Yes go into Active Directory and change a users password so they have to change it before they logon, also make sure thay they don't have a local profile in Documents and Settings then try.

    I thought the issue had gone away after installing the patch as once they change their password it doesn't show again until next time they have to change their password. This is also why I had so much trouble replicating the issue.



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