On the ODBC shortcut, copy and paste it to your desktop.
Right click it and go into properties.
Change the “system32” to “SysWOW64” on the 2 lines.
You should be ok to modify the ODBC data settings now.
Windows Server 2008 has a new feature to protect OU from accidental deletion.
if you try to delete an OU which was marked with the special protection option you will get the following error message when trying to delete the object:
“You do not have sufficient privileges to delete OUNAME, or this object is protected from accidental deletion”
Simple to setup, and maintenance. Quite flexible.
Computer Config > Admin Templates > Network > Offline Files
Allow or disallow use of offline files feature Disabled
Prohibit user config Enabled