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IFolder3 client error after install

After installing the client on a Users Laptop I get the following error
when the client starts after the initial reboot required by the install
"Die Anwendung ist mit HTTP-Statuscode 401 fehlgeschlagen: Unauthorized".
The Laptop is set up with a german version of XP and translated the error
reads "The application failed with HTTP-Statuscode 401: Unauthorized".
This error occurs any time the client starts, prior to configuring any
server address and/or user information. I also comes up every time you open
the iFolder client and when entering the server address and user info. No
configuration can be saved.
I have tried un- and reinstalling the client, including using the latest
3.2.6... version, un- and reinstalling all .NET components, removed all
firewalls, but all with no resolution to this problem.
Can anyone help or advise any idea of how to fix this?
Thanks & regards.
Frank
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IFolder3 client error after install

hallo Frank,
i have had the same problem.
I've installed the 3.5 Client on a w2k SP4 an synchronisation to the new
3.5 iFolder Enterprise Server did'nt really worked.
So i uninstalled the 3.5 client and installed the 3.4 client, as it was
proposed on ifolder.com . After reboot --> same error messages as yours.
So here the way to go:
1.uninstall the client
2. reboot
3. remove "%userprofile%/Lokale Einstellungen/Anwendungsdaten/simias with
comlete content
4. remove "Programme/simias" complete
5. install the new client
6. reboot
7. have fun 🐵
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