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Windows XP DLL File Information - xpsp2res.dll

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General Information

File Description: Service Pack 2 Messages  
File Version: 5.1.2600.5512 (xpsp.080413-2113)  
Company: Microsoft Corporation  
Product Name: Microsoft Windows Operating System  
DLL popularity Very Low - There is no any other DLL in system32 directory that is statically linked to this file.
File Size: 2,830 KB
Total Number of Exported Functions: 0
Total Number of Exported Functions With Names: 64

Section Headers

Name Virtual Address Raw Data Size % of File Characteristics Section Contains...
.rsrc 0x00001000 2,897,408 Bytes 100.0% Read Initialized Data

Static Linking

No static linking in this file.


General Resources Information

Resource Type Number of Items Total Size % of File
Icons 81 1,033,354 Bytes 35.7%
Animated Icons 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Cursors 4 17,152 Bytes 0.6%
Animated Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Bitmaps 21 1,022,284 Bytes 35.3%
AVI Files 2 73,728 Bytes 2.5%
Dialog-Boxes 185 163,720 Bytes 5.6%
HTML Related Files 21 164,725 Bytes 5.7%
Menus 11 6,948 Bytes 0.2%
Strings 1,509 211,412 Bytes 7.3%
Type Libraries 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Manifest 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
All Others 13 157,640 Bytes 5.4%
Total 1,847 2,850,963 Bytes 98.4%

Icons in this file

There are 81 icons stored in this DLL file. You can view all these icons in the following small thumbnail:

Cursors in this file

There are 4 cursors stored in this DLL file. You can view all these cursors in the following small thumbnail:

Dialog-boxes list (up to 200 dialogs)

In the following section, you can find the captions of dialog-boxes stored in this DLL. The list is currently limited to 200 dialogs.
ID Dialog Caption
47 Security
53 Maintenance
107 Devices
126 Outlook Express
132 COM Ports
133 Add COM Port
134 Hardware
135 Options
136 Select Bluetooth Device
138 General
139 Services
401 Task
402 Schedule
731 Group Policy Error
732 Resultant Set of Policy Wizard
733 Resultant Set of Policy Wizard
734 Resultant Set of Policy Wizard
735 Resultant Set of Policy Wizard
736 General
737 WMI Filter
738 General
739 General
740 Error Information
780 Group Policy
801 Previous Versions
802 Previous Versions
1041 General
1100 General
1102 General
1192 Security
1195 Security
1196 COM Security
1715 Alert Settings
1718 Security Center
1719 Recommendation
1720 Security Center
1723 Security Center
1804 Windows Security Warning
1900 Internet Explorer
1910 Internet Explorer
2001 Bluetooth Personal Area Network Devices
2101 Bluetooth
2301 Bluetooth Network Connection
2405 Advanced
2659 Security Configuration
4000 Confirm Setting Change
4001 Template Security Policy Setting
4002 Template Security Policy Setting
4003 Template Security Policy Setting
4004 Template Security Policy Setting
4005 Local Security Setting
4006 Local Security Setting
4007 Local Security Setting
4008 Template Security Policy Setting
4009 Security Policy Setting
4010 Security Policy Setting
4011 Security Policy Setting
4012 Security Policy Setting
4013 Security Policy Setting
4023 Choose a digital certificate
4200 Template Security Policy Setting
4201 Template Security Policy Setting
4202 Template Security Policy Setting
4203 Analyzed Security Policy Setting
4437 Windows Security Warning
4448 Edit File Type
4608 Web Document
5000 Windows XP Starter Edition
5001 Windows XP Starter Edition
5701 Advanced
5702 ICS and Windows Firewall plug-in Installation
5703 There was an error installing the ICS and Windows Firewall plug-in
6000 Authentication
6010 Association
6023 Wireless Network Properties
6100 Connection
6999 Wireless Network Connection
7000 Choose to send Disconnect Request
7023 Wireless Networks
7100 Wireless Network Connection
7200 Wireless Network Connection
7210 Wireless Network Connection
7220 Wireless Network Connection
7301 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7302 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7303 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7304 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7305 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7306 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7307 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7308 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7309 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7310 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7311 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7312 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7313 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7315 Wireless Network Registration Wizard
7400 Wireless Network Locator
7410 Wireless Network Setup Wizard
7415 Wireless Network Setup Wizard
7420 Wireless Network Setup Wizard
7430 Wireless Network Setup Wizard
7431 Wireless Network Setup Wizard
7440 Wireless Network Setup Wizard
7450 Wireless Network Setup Wizard
7460 Wireless Network Setup Wizard
7470 Wireless Network Setup Wizard
7480 Wireless Network Setup Wizard
8000 Remote
8120 Connect to Windows Update
10000 Manage Add-ons
10020 Update Add-on
10100 Programs
10101 Privacy
10102 Pop-up Blocker Settings
10103 Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard
10104 Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard
10105 Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard
10106 Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard
10107 Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard
10108 Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard
10110 Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard
10111 Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard
10520 (Unknown Application) - Security Warning
10521 (Unknown Application) - Security Warning
10601 General
10602 Exceptions
10603 Log Settings
10604 ICMP Settings
10605 Add a Port
10606 Advanced
10607 Edit a Service
10608 Windows Security Alert
10609 Add a Program
10610 Edit a Program
10611 Change Scope
10612 Please Wait
10703 Allow pop-ups from this site?
10704 Block pop-ups from this site?
10717 Information Bar
10751 Advanced
11301 Sharing
11302 Sharing
13040 Data Execution Prevention
13041 Data Execution Prevention - Microsoft Windows
14001 Hardware
14100 Security Warning
15501 Validate Server
15505 Protected EAP Properties
16000 General
16015 General
16016 General
16100 General
16200 Details
16250 Support
18503 Create A Shared Folder Wizard
18504 Create A Shared Folder Wizard
18534 Create A Shared Folder Wizard
18535 Create A Shared Folder Wizard
21006 New Connection Wizard

String resources in this dll (up to 200 strings)

String ID String Text
7 Data sent to this computer can be acknowledged with a confirmation message indicating the time that the data was received.
100 View Bluetooth network devices
101 %1!s!
102 IPv6 Enabled
103 Physical Address: %1!s!
104 Bluetooth connection unavailable
105 Role: Personal Area Network Client
106 Role: Network Access Point
107 Role: Ad-hoc Network Gateway
108 Role: None
109 Role: Unknown
110 Personal Area Network
111 Connected to %1!s!
112 Disconnect this connection
113 View available wireless networks
120 &View Bluetooth Network Devices
121 Disc&onnect
130 View and connect to Bluetooth Personal Area Network devices and computers.
131 Temporarily inactivate the selected connection so that it cannot be used.
132 Connected to %1!s!
140 Not connected. Right-click here for more options.
141 Acquiring network address
142 Limited or no connectivity
143 This connection has limited or no connectivity. You might not be able to access the Internet or some network resources. For more information, click this message.
144 Not connected
145 Status: %1!s!
150 Change Windows Firewall settings
151 Change Windows Firewall settings
160 Disabling the wireless network adapter
161 Enabling your wireless adapter
162 Connecting to the wireless network
163 Renewing your IP address
164 Clearing the ARP cache
165 Clearing NetBT
166 Refreshing NetBT
167 Clearing the DNS cache
168 Registering with DNS
169 Repair %s
170 Windows is taking the following action:
171 Windows finished repairing your connection. You can try connecting again. If the problem persists, contact the person who manages your network.
172 Windows could not finish repairing the problem because the following action cannot be completed:
173 For assistance, contact the person who manages your network.
174 Make sure your network adapter is properly installed.
175 Windows could not finish repairing the problem because the process was canceled. For assistance, contact the person who manages your network.
180 If clicking Repair does not restore connectivity, the problem might be with the network, not with this computer. Contact the person who manages your network.
181 Windows did not detect problems with this connection. If you cannot connect, click Repair.
182 To restart the connection and try to establish full connectivity, click Repair.
200 Internet Connection Sharing has been disabled by the Network Administrator
201 Internet Connection Sharing has been disabled by the Network Administrator
210 Windows Firewall Enabled on %s.
211 ICS Failed to enable Windows Firewall on %s.
212 Network Address Translation (NAT) is currently installed as a routing protocol, and must be removed before enabling Internet Connection Sharing and/or Windows Firewall. To remove Network Address Translation, open the Routing and Remote Access Manager snapin and expand the router's entry in the left pane. Delete the Network Address Translation routing protocol from the list of IP routing protocols.
300 Bluetooth Network Connection
401 The message is ready to be sent with the following file or link attachments:
402 Note: To protect against computer viruses, e-mail programs may prevent sending or receiving certain types of file attachments. Check your e-mail security settings to determine how attachments are handled.
403 Shortcut to: %s
405 %1!s! (%2!s!)
406 %2!s! (%1!s!)
600 Removed
700 Group Policy Object Editor
701 Group Policy Object Editor
702 User Location
703 Computer location
704 User security groups
705 Computer security groups
706 User and Computer Selection
707 Alternate Active Directory Paths
708 You can simulate changes to the network location of the selected user and computer.
709 Failed to connect to %s due to the error listed below. Ensure that the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) service is enabled on the target computer, and consult the event log of the target computer for further details.
710 Pending
711 %s did not complete policy processing because a system restart is required for the settings to be applied. Group Policy will attempt to apply the settings the next time the computer is restarted.
712 %s did not complete policy processing because the user needs to log on again for the settings to be applied. Group Policy will attempt to apply the settings at the user's next logon.
713 Pending (no data)
714 The Domain Controller (%s) does not support RSoP. Please select a Domain Controller that supports RSoP.
715 Failed to select a default Domain Controller. Please select another Domain Controller.
716 Failed to find the WMI filter linked to this Group Policy Object. The filter associated with this GPO will be removed.
717 There are other Resultant Set of Policy applications running already with the information you requested. If you proceed, without exiting these Resultant Set of Policy applications, it may behave incorrectly. Proceed ?
718 Unable to generate RSoP Data. In logging mode, likely causes are group policy has never successfully processed for the computer or user, RSoP logging was never enabled, or data is corrupt. In planning mode, verify that the selected Domain Controller supports RSoP.
719 &Generate RSoP Data ...
720 Launches a wizard to obtain Resultant Set of Policy information.
721 Action required
722 Select 'Generate RSoP Data...' from the Action menu.
723 Cross forest planning mode scenario's are not currently supported.
724 Could not determine whether the specified user and computer are in the same forest.
725 Continuing with this procedure will remove all previous results. Proceed?
799 Your password must be at least %hu characters, cannot repeat any of your previous %hu passwords and must be at least %ld days old. Please type a different password.
800 The password supplied does not meet the minimum complexity requirements. Please select another password that meets all of the following criteria: is at least %hu characters; has not been used in the previous %hu passwords; must not have been changed within the last %ld days; does not contain your account or full name; contains at least three of the following four character groups: English uppercase characters (A through Z); English lowercase characters (a through z); Numerals (0 through 9); Non-alphabetic characters (such as !, $, #, %%).
850 Click Turn Off to install important updates and turn off your computer. <A>Click here to turn off without installing updates.</A>
851 Important updates are ready to install. <A>Click here to install updates and turn off your computer.</A>
852 Installs downloaded updates and turns off your computer.
853 Install updates and shut down
854 Ends your session, installs updates, then shuts down Windows.
900 Previous Versions
901 %1 (%2)
902 Name
903 Time
904 You have chosen to restore a previous version of this folder. Doing so will roll back the folder to its state at the date and time you selected. You may lose any changes you have made subsequent to that date and time. Are you sure you want to restore the previous version?
905 You have chosen to restore a previous version of this file. Doing so will roll back the file to its state at the date and time you selected. You may lose any changes you have made subsequent to that date and time. Are you sure you want to restore the previous version?
906 The folder has been successfully restored to the previous version.
907 The file has been successfully restored to the previous version.
908 Copy
909 Copy Items
910 Select the place where you want to copy '%1'. Then click the Copy button.
911 Select the place where you want to copy the selected item(s). Then click the Copy button.
912 Unable to create the folder '%1' %2
913 A file with the same name already exists.
914 The filename is too long.
915 %1, %2
916 The previous version of this folder cannot be viewed because it has been deleted or because the server is not available.
917 The previous version of this file cannot be viewed because it has been deleted or because the server is not available.
918 View previous versions
919 Displays previous versions of this file or folder.
1015 Bluetooth Devices
1016 Configure and manage your Bluetooth devices.
1017 Connected
1018 Unknown
1023 Name
1025 %s Properties
1026 All devices
1027 Computers (workstations, servers, laptops, PDAs)
1028 Pocket PCs and other PDAs
1029 Phones and modems
1030 Audio devices
1031 Peripherals (keyboards, mice, joysticks)
1032 Printers, scanners and imaging devices
1033 All other devices
1035 Incoming COM ports allow a Bluetooth device to connect to a program on your computer.
1036 Outgoing COM ports allow a program on your computer to connect to a Bluetooth device.
1039 D&elete
1040 Read contro&l
1041 Write DA&C
1042 Write &owner
1113 Is the hardware connected?
1130 Reduced
1286 STK 9940
1287 SAIT
1537 The PIN does not conform to the card's rules. Please enter a PIN that complies with the rules or see your administrator.
2001 Microphone (Audio Device)
2002 Loudspeaker (Audio Device)
2003 Headphones (Audio Device)
2004 Portable Audio Device
2005 Automotive Audio Device
2006 Set-top Box Audio Device
2007 Hi-fi Audio Device
2008 Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) Audio Device
2009 Video Camera Audio Device
2010 Camcorder Audio Device
2011 Video Monitor (Audio Device)
2012 Video Display Loudspeaker (Audio Device)
2013 Video Display Conferencing (Audio Device)
2014 Gaming Audio Device
2015 Keyboard
2016 Mouse or Pointing Device
2017 Miscellaneous Peripheral Device
2018 Joystick
2019 Gamepad
2020 Remote Control Device
2021 Sensing Device
2022 Display or Video Monitor
2023 Camera
2024 Scanner
2025 Printer
2026 Access Point or LAN
2027 Unclassified Device
2028 Miscellaneous
2029 Unclassified Computer
2030 Computer, Desktop
2031 Computer, Server
2032 Computer, Laptop
2033 Handheld Computer or PDA
2034 Palm Computer or PDA
2035 Computer, Wearable
2036 Unclassified Phone
2037 Mobile Phone
2038 Cordless Phone
2039 Smart Phone
2040 Phone, Wired Modem
2041 Unclassified Audio Device
2042 Headset (Audio Device)
2043 Hands Free Audio Device
2044 Hands Free Headset (Audio Device)
2045 Add Bluetooth Device Wizard
2046 Verdana Bold
2048 Do you need a passkey to add your device?
2050 Windows is exchanging passkeys.
2062 When instructed below, enter the passkey using your Bluetooth device. For more information about entering a passkey, see the documentation that came with your device.
2064 %1 at %2
2065 Never seen
2066 Select the Bluetooth device that you want to add.
2071 The Bluetooth device failed. Check the device's instruction manual or contact the manufacturer for help.
2072 A Bluetooth device is requesting to connect to your computer.
2073 To allow this connection, click this message.
2074 Bluetooth Authentication Agent
2075 Windows cannot find any Bluetooth devices. Make sure that your Bluetooth radio is attached to your computer and is turned on, and that your Bluetooth device is turned on. Follow the setup instructions that came with the device, and then click Search Again.
2076 The Bluetooth device cannot interpret the command sent by this computer. Check the troubleshooting section of your device documentation or contact the manufacturer for help.
2077 The device has rejected the connection. Check your device documentation for details.
2078 The device has indicated a hardware failure. Contact your device's manufacturer.
2079 The device has indicated a passkey exchange failure. You might have entered an incorrect passkey or the time to enter the passkey might have expired. Click Back and attempt the passkey exchange again.
2080 The device has indicated that it has run out of memory or that it cannot keep track of another connection. You may need to delete an entry from the device before this computer will be able to exchange passkeys. Check your device documentation for details.
2081 The time to enter the passkey has expired on the device. Prepare the device for passkey exchange, click Back and try again.

COM Classes/Interfaces

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Exported Functions List

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Imported Functions List

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