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    Default Windows startup

    Hello,
    Can someone tell me why every time I logon to windows 2003 server
    the windows start with an opened folder (the folder is "c:\windows\system32")

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    No idea... I've been playing with several different Windows 2003 installations for a while now, but that never occured on any of my machines...

    Is it a default installation? What did you do?
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    it probably has to do something with authentication, if you modified it. like group policy
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    Not completely sure, but I have seen this with a couple W2K and XP machines as well. Usually happens after some system files have been modified and have effected something else (includes registry too).
    I would suggest viewing the various log files so as to find the cause.
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