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Re: nalwin.exe error - user-defined breakpoint

Andy_DeWees,

>Do you think it is related to some cache or something? I checked the
>nalcache and folder does not exist, maybe something in the registry?
>
>Any thoughts on what I have found?


I would check the loginscripts.
Also check search paths and search mappings. If you are launching
nalwin.exe without the full path to program files\novell\zenworks... then
it's possible that nalwin.exe is launching from sys:\public which would be
incorrect.

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Re: nalwin.exe error - user-defined breakpoint

I think that is highly likely that a NetWare Search Drive contains something
causing the issue.


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"Jared Jennings" <jaredljenningsNO@SPAMmyrealbox.com> wrote in message
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> Andy_DeWees,
>
>>Do you think it is related to some cache or something? I checked the
>>nalcache and folder does not exist, maybe something in the registry?
>>
>>Any thoughts on what I have found?

>
> I would check the loginscripts.
> Also check search paths and search mappings. If you are launching
> nalwin.exe without the full path to program files\novell\zenworks... then
> it's possible that nalwin.exe is launching from sys:\public which would be
> incorrect.
>
> --
> Jared Jennings
> Novell Support Forums Sysop
> My Blog and Wiki with Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials
> http://jaredjennings.org



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Re: nalwin.exe error - user-defined breakpoint

I checked my login scripts and we are not launching nalwin or anything in relation to zenworks. We have one search drive but that is for a group that my users is not a member of... I then logged into Novell (after I disabled running scripts) and the same thing happens after the upgrade.

Any other ideas?


>>> Craig Wilson<craig_d_wilson@yahoo.com> 10/31/2008 8:22 AM >>>

I think that is highly likely that a NetWare Search Drive contains something
causing the issue.


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Craig Wilson - MCNE, MCSE, CCNA
Novell Support Forums Volunteer Sysop

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Suggestions/Opinions/Statements made by me are solely my own.
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"Jared Jennings" <jaredljenningsNO@SPAMmyrealbox.com> wrote in message
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> Andy_DeWees,
>

>>Do you think it is related to some cache or something? I checked the
>>nalcache and folder does not exist, maybe something in the registry?
>>
>>Any thoughts on what I have found?

>
> I would check the loginscripts.
> Also check search paths and search mappings. If you are launching
> nalwin.exe without the full path to program files\novell\zenworks... then
> it's possible that nalwin.exe is launching from sys:\public which would be
> incorrect.
>
> --
> Jared Jennings
> Novell Support Forums Sysop
> My Blog and Wiki with Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials
> http://jaredjennings.org
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ggrabner Absent Member.
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Re: nalwin.exe error - user-defined breakpoint

We had the same problem.. Has to do with the Windows user profile.. We deleted the ntuser.dat from the profile dir from the user, and the problem was solved...

Regards
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