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CMD.exe Application error- The application failed to initialize property 0xc0000142, click ok to terminate the application

Posted on 2010-08-22
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Dear all,

I found the below message on the machine after editting GPO, I don't know if it really related to the group policy rules or not and what is the solutions:

the message is:

CMD.exe Application error-
The application failed to initialize property 0xc0000142, click ok to terminate the application


Note: I am using windows Server 2008
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Question by:aswar
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by:sedgwick
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what is the appliaction which the cmd.exe is running?
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Shaun earned 500 total points
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I'm not sure if GPO can cause this..

Could you check this link, which says this is a possible virus..  Look at the last comment by the requestor

http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-2000/applicaion-error-netexe-and-cmdex/49409.html 
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by:aswar
ID: 33498622
You are right. it is not related to the GPO at all.

It was a virus and I remove it using the following command in the command prompt

sfc /scannow

*with space following sfc

Thanks bvvjaqan
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by:Shaun
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aswar - YW.. could you mark this as accepted solution??

Thanks,
Jagan
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