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massmanute

Uniserve starts with errors

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Hi. I'm new here. I'm not an experienced developer. Sorry if I am too naive.

 

I have installed UniServe on two computers. Both are running 64 bit Windows 7. It runs OK on one computer but on the other it starts up with errors. Variations of a similar error occur several times before the application finally runs. Here is the first one.

 

 

An error has occurred in the script on this page

 

Line: 10

 

Char: 4

 

Error: ActiveX component can't create object: "Scripting.FileSystemObject"

 

Code: 0

 

URL: file:///C:/UniServe/uni_con/Includes/core_config_inc.vbs

 

Do you want to continue running scripts on this page?

 

Yes No

 

The second error is similar, except it was line 1953, char. 2, and the URL ended in core_functions_inc.vbs rather than core_config_inc.vbs.

 

When the application finally starts running in earnest most of the functions don't work. When selected they usually give error messages that resemble those mentioned above, but with changes in a few of the parameters.

 

I am looking for any insight you might have, both as to the cause and the solution.

 

Thanks.

 

Massmanute.

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Sure. All you have to do is right click on the taskbar, click on task manager, and on the process list, remove explorer. Everything will disappear. The click "ALT+CTR+DEL" on your keyboard to bring the system options screen back. Click on Task manager. Once open, click on "file" option on the task manager window, then click the "New Task (Run)..." option. type "explorer" - without the quotes - and press enter. The explorer window will come back. Try running your server again. The problem is mostly a UAC one. Looking forward to the day when Microsoft will produce a real operating system (without all that security), as it should be.

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