PfCreateInterface Error on Loading Program

Posted on 2006-05-10
Last Modified: 2008-01-09

I'm currently running Windows Server 2003 R2 x64 Enterprise on one of my systems, and I would like to set it up as a file server. I have configured everything apart from a 'monitoring' program that will record details of which users access what, when, and what they did with those files. I started off by using Auditing, but found that too confusing to setup and manage. After browsing the internet, I came across 'ShareAlarmPro' ( which does exactly what I am after. However, upon loading the program, I am getting an error saying 'PfCreateInterface : 1784'. I've tried searching for a solution to this without success. Because of this, some of the program features do not work :(

How can I get rid of this error and get my program features back?

Question by:sugar05
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    Accepted Solution

    You need to contact the company and get support from them directly:

    There is no way we can tell you what the problem is with their code.

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