swaitch Absent Member.
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GPO Causing BSOD when installing 32-bit software

I have been running ZCM 11 for about a month now in a windows 7 test environment. I have created a group policy that is assigned to my user, it was working up to the point when I attempted to install Adobe Reader 9.3.4. Upon finishing the install I get a BSOD, and upon re-login I get another BSOD. This will happen continuously until I login computer only, remove Adobe Reader, and restart the computer. I attempted to also install Firefox and I get the same problem. I decided to remove the group policy assignment from my username and upon doing this the BSODs no longer happen after installing the same software. Once I reinstate the policy, BSODs start again.

Could something be wrong in the group policy that is causing these BSODs? If so, I can't find it. :confused:
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swaitch Absent Member.
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Re: GPO Causing BSOD when installing 32-bit software

Edit: It appears I was wrong about the group policy being the problem. I have just started experiencing more BSODs. Perhaps this needs to be moved to a Novell Client SP2 forum. I run Windows 7 professional 64-bit at home and have none of these issues, with the same programs. This must be a Novell Client conflict.
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Re: GPO Causing BSOD when installing 32-bit software

You have not stated if you hare using the ZCM Client Update 2 on your
device. If not, I strongly recommend that.

Also, prior to getting too far in your testing, ZCM 11 SP1 will likely
be available in the not too distant future.

On 7/20/2011 2:36 PM, swaitch wrote:
>
> Edit: It appears I was wrong about the group policy being the problem. I
> have just started experiencing more BSODs. Perhaps this needs to be
> moved to a Novell Client SP2 forum. I run Windows 7 professional 64-bit
> at home and have none of these issues, with the same programs. This must
> be a Novell Client conflict.
>
>



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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: GPO Causing BSOD when installing 32-bit software

Craig,

...and an indication of what the blue screen error is would be a good
start

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Shaun Pond


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