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Everything you need to know about locales in Windows Vista.
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MSDN Magazine February 2003
hi fri i had created one user control in c# and i want to add this user control in asp.net application pl tel me how to do this
thanks in advance
Full reported error
StdOut -2068578304: The following error occurred:
The Windows account doman\user does not exist and cannot be provisioned as a SQL system administrator
Error result: -2068578304
Result facility code: 1204
Result error code: 0
domain/user is a domain administrator and also a local administrator and is the currently logged in user. This failure is happening as part of A Citrix XenApp 6.0 configuration which was started as an Administrator
A Google search for
"The Windows account" "does not exist and cannot be provisioned as a SQL system administrator"
Came up with absolutely nothing.
A Google search for -2068578304 failed to find anything, which did not surprise me.
-2068578304 translates into hex as 84B40000.
A Google search for 84B40000
Comes up with a fair few different textual descriptions with the same error code, which I am wading through.
Any help would be welcome. I am also asking my friends at Citrix.
With thanks in advance.
Is it possible to inherit a Windows User Control in WPF User Control. I mean a WinForms User control as a base class to a WPF User Control class (which would be of Xaml). Please let me know the steps or code snippet.
Thanks in advance.
We have a WCF windows service. We install this service with service account say e.g. WCF_ServiceAcc
When we start the service a tmp file gets created under the service account.
Sometimes this files grows bigger and the service stops working.
Do let us know why this is happening?
Hi All, I have a windows service running on Windows 2008 server, when I set the service to log on as Local System account, it works fine and does the ssl certificate authentication.
Where as when I change the service to log on to a different account it fails with the authentication error.
Could some one please help me here.
In one of my SQL2008 DB. the user dbo is wrongly mapped to the windows account. Now i want to remmove that.
Currently it is like:
I am having problems with a user control. I want my solution to have a separate project for holding my user controls.
The main project can get a reference to this user control project and can import this user control dll into my main project.
Thanks in advance,