Activation issue: replaced IDE boot drive with SCSI boot drive, system logged me off

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Z Man, Dec 19, 2005.

  1. Z Man

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    Running Windows 2003 Server, Enterprise Edition. My IDE "C" boot drive was
    going bad, so I imaged it to an internal SCSI drive that I wasn't using for
    anything else, seemed like a good idea because I didn't even have to open up
    the case :) However, when I removed the IDE drive and booted to the SCSI,
    the boot went just fine until I tried to log on. When I tried to log on, the
    system immediately logged me off. I eventually replaced the IDE drive with a
    spare IDE drive, restored my drive image, and all was well.

    Question: was this an activation issue? If so, what could/should I have to
    enable booting form the internal SCSI hard drive?
     
    Z Man, Dec 19, 2005
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