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iFolder 2.18 and Vista 64

Hello,

I have been trying to install the iFolder client on a new Vista 64 PC. I
followed support document 340460, and the PC will run the installer, but
the program won't start up after the reboot. I get a message
saying, "Failed to Access NiFfltr.sys" "Re-Install Application". Novell
support has nothing relating to this problem yet...

Has anybod got the software to work with Vista 64?
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Re: iFolder 2.18 and Vista 64

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iFolder 2.18 and Vista 64

> Hello,
>
> I have been trying to install the iFolder client on a new Vista 64 PC.

I
> followed support document 340460, and the PC will run the installer,

but
> the program won't start up after the reboot. I get a message
> saying, "Failed to Access NiFfltr.sys" "Re-Install Application". Novell
> support has nothing relating to this problem yet...
>
> Has anybod got the software to work with Vista 64?


I've actually had the same problem with the 2.15 client on XP machines.
Uninstalling and reinstalling usually does the trick.
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