Windows Vista: Sever execution failed.

For those running the nightmare that is Windows Vista, there is a phenomenon that seems to kill the Network and Sharing Center, as well as put the connections icon in the lower right of your screen into "Red X" mode with the phrase "Sever execution failed."

You can get rid of this very easily, even if you are running the most basic version of Vista, Windows Vista Home Basic. It is easy and takes less than a minute. Here is how:

1) Open a command prompt window as Administrator. (You do this by typing Command Prompt into the search box on the start menu. When the Command Prompt program shows, right-click and select Run as administrator.)

2) Type in the following command:
net localgroup "Administrators" "NT Authority\Local Service" /add
and press enter.

3) It should let you know that the command was successful, but before you see the effect you must restart/reboot your system.

It works, quickly. You can now change network setting, set-up a network, change internet configuration, share printers and all of those good things. This is a common problem and Microsoft is not the least bit concerned.

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