Thread: Isass.exe-System error
July 10th, 2008, 11:47 PM #1
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I can not figure out how to get rid of this.I am unable to have access to my desktop and my internet.When i have tried to search to solve t his problem it says to download,i cant get on the internet to do that so how can i get rid of this
July 15th, 2008, 11:06 AM #2
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How to fix your problem
All you have to do is call me and I'll fix it for you Laurie.
THIS IS THE CAUSE
Active Directory cannot start if it runs out of disk space. Windows 2000 attempts to avoid this situation, but it can occur if you ignore warnings about low disk space in the System log or if you run large scripts against Active Directory for mass directory imports.
To resolve this issue, use any of the following methods.
Method 1: Clear Space on the Drive
Use this method if you have one drive available and you cannot install additional drives in the server.
Click OK to acknowledge the error message so that the computer will reboot.
At the Boot menu, press F8.
Boot the domain controller into Directory Services Restore mode (Windows 2000 domain controllers only), and log on with the Directory Services Restore mode administrator account and password. (This is the password you assigned during the Dcpromo process).
Locate the drive containing the directory and log files. The directory (Ntds.dit) and log files are located in the \Winnt\Ntds folder on the root drive by default. However, the administrator may have changed their locations during the Dcpromo process.
Free some space on the drive. If there is no space to free, use method 2.
If you can free space on the drive, reboot the computer normally.
Method 2: Move the Database or Log Files
Ntdsutil.exe has an option for moving either the database file or the database log file. This method is ideal when you cannot move data to another drive to free more space. If all drives are at capacity, it may be necessary to install an additional hard disk in the computer.
Boot the domain controller in Directory Services Restore mode and log on with the Directory Services Restore mode administrator account and password (this is the password you assigned during the Dcpromo process).
At a command prompt, type ntdsutil.exe. You receive the following prompt:
Type files to receive the following prompt:
Type info. Note the path of the database and log files.
To move the database, type move db to %s (where %s is the target folder).
To move the log files, type move logs to %s (where %s is the target folder).
Type quit twice to return to the command prompt.
Reboot the computer normally.
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