Batch initialization error num 999

Hello all,

I run a WinXP system  that has a start up script that runs to apply GPOs, programs and other user rights when users log in. Recently I have been receiving an error code:

Batch DLL Initialization Error num 999

and so far, unable to figure out what is causing it.
HellreiserAsked:
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ComputerTechieConnect With a Mentor Commented:
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HellreiserAuthor Commented:
I've looked at that site but I feel like it really isn't all that helpful.
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ComputerTechieCommented:
One of your progams you are calling during startup is a winbatch exe. i would check the properites of each exe that is called and find out which one is a winbatch file. the problem is when it tries to run it unable to copy a file.
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HellreiserAuthor Commented:
Ah, ok. So it's basically just another communication error between our server and the clients.
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ComputerTechieConnect With a Mentor Commented:
No it a permission, diskfull error when  the  client or server. When it performithe task.
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HellreiserAuthor Commented:
Comments were not fully helpful and very generalized to anything I could google.
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pamplinitCommented:
I would like to add that I'm facing a similar issue - I'm running SFC /SCANNOW via the command prompt on XP so see if that fixes the issue. What this command does is it scans all the important Windows files and fixes and repairs the corrupt ones. You'll need a XP CD to do this, but if you run it, it should find any corrupted dll files and repair them, allowing the error to disappear.
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