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    When you use Data Protection Manager 2007 (DPM) to protect SQL Server on Windows Server 2003 you may find the jobs remain in a synchronizing state and never finish. The jobs do not respond to a cancel command and the protected server requires a restart...
    When you create a custom form in Microsoft Outlook 97, you can protect your form from changes by other users. The simplest way to accomplish this is by assigning a password to the form.
    Describes a problem in which error 0x80990D11 is generated when you use Data Protection Manager 2007 to protect a SQL Server database. A resolution is provided.
    Describes a scenario in which error 0x800423f3 or 0x80004005 occurs when you use System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 to protect an Exchange storage group. A resolution is provided.
    In certain environments it is necessary to prevent workstation users from harming the system. For example, you may want to limit the number of applications a user can use. This article shows you how to protect a workstation intended for use with...
    Microsoft is investigating reports of a security issue with Microsoft Windows Internet Name Service (WINS). This article contains details about this security issue. This article also describes steps to help protect computers from this security issue.
    Describes how to prevent data loss after you protect sensitive data on the storage card by using encryption on a Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0-based device.
    Help protect a Microsoft Publisher file by making it a read-only file. Do one of the following: For Windows XP, click the Start button on the Windows taskbar, and then click
    You can protect your form's design so that users filling out the form can not open or modify its form template in design mode . In design mode, click Form Options on the
    Describes how to protect computer hardware to minimize data loss in your Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server organization. Contains two methods to minimize or prevent data loss.

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