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Problem w/ NWAdmin for NT

Posted on 1998-02-18
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When trying to run NWADMNNT on a NT4 workstation with Intranetware client for Win NT installed, I get an error message - Access Violation 0cx00000005 Address:0x028B2e82. This also happens when I try to run NWAdmin95 from NT. However, I can run NWadmin95 on the same workstation under Win95.

I've tried installing the client & NWADMNNT several time - same result.

Any ideas??
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Question by:ljsklar
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by:tbarsch
ID: 1591809
This is probably a long shot, but worth a try...

If you run a login script after logging in, and/or if you have any apps that are in your startup (like maybe virus checking software), remove them, and try that...

Oh yeah, keep your fingers crossed while doing this...
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by:ljsklar
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Nope... but thanks for trying.

I got the correct answer from someone on Usenet - I had to go into NWadm95 in Win95, and in the environment screen, set the language to English. Back to NT, NWAdmnnt worked like a champ.

Go figure...
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by:tbarsch
ID: 1591811
Well, that's painfully obvious (not!)  :-)
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by:calger
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What rights do you have to the local NT machine that you are trying run NWADMNNT on?
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by:calger
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What rights do you have to the local NT machine that you are trying run NWADMNNT on?
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by:ljsklar
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As far as I know, full admin rights. Of course, with NT, who can
really be sure?? <g>

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calger earned 200 total points
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Login to the local machine as Administrator and into the network as someone with AT LEAST read and filescan rights to the directory where NWADMNNT resides.  Then try it.

If this works - expand your rights to your local machine for the user you commonly login as.  If it doesn't work - reject my answer with a big *SLAP*  haha
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