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Troubleshooting Windows Vista on your Network

The Windows Firewall settings list some applications twice, and one of the duplicated listings has its check box selected and is grayed out
The list of user profiles on a client computer says "None"
When I try to install the ISA Server 2004 hotfix on the server, I receive an error stating that Windows Installer cannot install the upgrade patch because the program to be upgraded may be missing
I can no longer send a fax after upgrading from Windows XP to Windows Vista Enterprise
I cannot send faxes by using Microsoft Outlook on a 64-bit edition of Windows Vista
I get an error message saying "To use the shared printer, you need to install a printer driver on this computer…"
I deployed a printer on Windows Vista, but it does not appear in the printer folder
I changed the name of the shared printer, but the original printer still appears on my computer that is running Windows Vista.
I deployed a printer to my x64 client computer, but the printer does not appear in the Printers list
I see the shared printer in Windows Vista, even though I deleted the shared printer from the server
I get an error message about a self-signed certificate when I browse to Remote Web Workplace from a computer that is running Windows Vista and that is not joined to the Windows Small Business Server domain
I cannot deploy Connection Manager using the Setup Configuration Wizard on computers that are running 64-bit editions of Windows Vista
I received an error stating that "Automation server can not create object" when trying to offer Remote Assistance to a client computer that is running Windows Vista
Outlook cannot synchronize with the Exchange mailbox on the server
I can no longer send a fax after I upgrade a client computer from Windows XP to Windows Vista
The "Connect to Small Business Server" shortcut does not work after I upgrade a client computer from Windows XP to Windows Vista
The CompanyWeb link that is listed in my computer’s network locations after I upgrade a client computer from Windows XP to Windows Vista is broken
The Group Policy settings for Windows Vista Firewall are not applied after I upgrade a client computer from Windows XP to Windows Vista
While upgrading Windows XP to Windows Vista, I receive a compatibility warning saying that the current ActiveSync version does not work with Windows Vista
Network settings specified in the Set Up Server Wizard for a computer that is running either Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 Server are not applied when the computer is joined to the Windows SBS domain using http://servername/ConnectComputer
I receive an error about multiple network adapters when I use Connect Computer to join a client to the domain, even though there is only one network adapter
The logon screen shows "Other User" when the computer restarts after joining the Windows Small Business Server domain during client setup
I received an error stating that Client Setup does not configure client computers that are running this version of Windows
Not all applications that are selected in the Windows Small Business Server Client Setup tools are installed on Windows Vista
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