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Windows 10 Pro (64 bit) ver 1903 Event Viewer errors

Every one of our K12 School computers has an error being logged in the "System" logs the looks like:

The password notification DLL iPrntWinCredMan failed to load with error 126. Please verify that the notification DLL path defined in the registry, HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa\Notification Packages, refers to a correct and absolute path (<drive>:\<path>\<filename>.<ext>) and not a relative or invalid path. If the DLL path is correct, please validate that any supporting files are located in the same directory, and that the system account has read access to both the DLL path and any supporting files. Contact the provider of the notification DLL for additional support. Further details can be found on the web at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=245898.

Everyone is running iPrint Client 6.18 against an iPrint 3.2 appliance.  Is this just cosmetic or is there something that can be done to fix the issue?  I know this has been happening for a while and I am finally getting around to looking into a fix.

Thanks for looking!

 

 

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Re: Windows 10 Pro (64 bit) ver 1903 Event Viewer errors

1. Did you verify the path in the registry?

2. Is the path pointing  to the correct file? is this file on the computer?

 

There have been issue when upgrading to windows 10 1903, it removes some iprint components. If you;'re missing them, reinstall the client.

 

 

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