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wEN THE USER LOGS ON SHE GETS A MESSAGE SCREEN FOR wINDOWS sCRIPT hOST WITH THE MESSAGE cAN'T FIND SCRIPT ENGINE "VBSCRIPT" FOR SCRIPT "\\MACDC01\NETLOGON\MUSM.VBS ( oR MESSAGE MAY READ "CAN'T FIND SCRIPT ENGINE "VBSCRIPT" FOR SCRIPT "\\SKITTLES\NETLOGON\MUSM.VBS."

ALSO WHEN SHE TRIES TO CREATE A PDF FILE IN ADOBE, SHE GETS "AN ERROR OCCURRED WHILE CREATING THREADS" AND CAN'T CREATE THE PDF.
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by:sirbounty
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Not sure about the PDF - separate issue perhaps, but the script engine should be cscript or wscript, not vbscript...need to update that in your login script...
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by:Karl Heinz Kremer
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Which version of Acrobat, what version of OS are you using?
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Solved the problem.  The user had Adobe ver. 6 on her computer.  I uninstalled Adobe 6 and reinstalled a newer version.  Also had to re-register the VBScript.
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