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    Can't start iFolder on one machine?

    On my wife's Win 7 laptop, iFolder (3.9.2.0) was working quite happily, the one day it stops responding, if you right click it says "iFolder Services starting up...", and if you click you get "Exception in starting simias: Access is denied-- at System.diagnostics.process.StartWithCreateProcess. I've tried reinstalling to no avail, anyone seen this?

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    Anders Gustafsson NNTP User

    Re: Can't start iFolder on one machine?

    Run ProcMon to see where it fails?
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    Re: Can't start iFolder on one machine?

    Can't see anything obvious...

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    Anders Gustafsson NNTP User

    Re: Can't start iFolder on one machine?

    OK. I see Simias exiting with -1073741790 which seems to be a
    permission error. Does it work for a non-restricted user?

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    Re: Can't start iFolder on one machine?

    I can't test that, it's not an environment I have any control over. It's possible that they've implemented a GPO that's locked it out of course...

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    Anders Gustafsson NNTP User

    Re: Can't start iFolder on one machine?

    Shaunpond,
    > I can't test that, it's not an environment I have any control over. It's
    > possible that they've implemented a GPO that's locked it out of
    > course...


    It is completely possible yes. These things are extremely hard to
    trobleshoot with closed-source software. My guesses would be:

    1. Rogue/bogus/outdated dll
    2. Permissions.

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