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Trying to open a mapped drive displays error " windows cannot find 'vaquoomun.exe'. "

Posted on 2008-10-13
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in windows 2003 domian , on few workstations users are having problem with opening one mapped drive , it dispalys error message
" windows cannot find 'vaquoomun.exe'.Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again. To search for a file,click the start button, and then click search"
please help.
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i have managed to fix this problem my self , below is the solution
 edit your registery    regedit
search    vaquoom.exe   , i found this under  current user ---microsoft --windows ----explorer ------mountpoint .----servername\sharefoldername
delete the all sub keyes.
worked..
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