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Problem starting HP OO Studio

We have several people that are unable to start OO Studio. Each person launches the OO Studio, a java process starts for 2 - 3 seconds and then it dies. There is nothing in any logfile. Everyone is running Windows XP and they are running different builds of XP. Has anyone experienced this issue? Any troubleshooting help?

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Ron
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Do you have another java installation?
Are other java processes running background?

BR Michi
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is their repositories point to local or remote server?
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It was identified that another software application that was installed was causing problems. The software Permeo Premium Agent locks down the TCP stack of the local system. HP OO Studio somehow access the TCP stack during its startup and before it connects to a repository. When the TCP stack of the client system is modified to unlock the TCP stack, then Studio can start up normally.
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It was identified that another software application that was installed was causing problems. The software Permeo Premium Agent locks down the TCP stack of the local system. HP OO Studio somehow access the TCP stack during its startup and before it connects to a repository. When the TCP stack of the client system is modified to unlock the TCP stack, then Studio can start up normally.
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