I support a Windows 2003 Active Directory Domain, until today only Windows XP clients and Internet Explorer 8.
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Windows XP won’t be officially supported for much longer.
When you read the procedure and follow it like I have it looks like something has been omitted or is incorrect.
The system runs fine as it is setup but I would like to take advantage of the SATA AHCI controller.
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you can use gpresult /v to get the detailed report of all applied policies RSOP.
After updating the Administrative Template I figured I’d be done. I ran ‘rsop.msc’ and ‘gpresult /r’ and both showed the proxy settings were being applied but Internet Explorer wasn’t using our proxy server.
Turns out there was a second problem and it was FAR more difficult to figure out.
Sure, you could keep using it — it won’t just stop working one day.
It will just become more insecure over time as Microsoft and everyone else stops supporting it. It has been officially supported for more than a decade.
At present the system installed is IDE ATA/ATAPI and I would like to update to Intel(R) Rapid Storage Technology SATA AHCI controller. I create a floppy containing the following files in the root directory: Txt After the files were loaded the installation stopped.