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System Error 193 Has Occurredon terminal services, clients are able to access the application from their clients start menu, all works as it should.
Windows Error 193 Occurred While Loading The Java VmWe are now want to configure a client so that the application starts at runtime. If I open a remote desktop connection and point the Program Start and Filename to the application file I
Error 193 0xc1get the error:An Error (193) occurred while creating user logon...This initial program cannot be started...........The application will load if I point the "Program Start and Filename" in the remote connection to the setup.exe file the application loads. Anyone know why this is happening?Regards,Joe Wednesday, February 13, 2008 6:17 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hi Joe, What extension does this application have? error 193 itunes If there's a file type that has an associated executable, I don't believe it will be picked-up here, for instance, if you put 'c:\MyTextFile.txt', it won't run, but if you run it in explorer, it knows to load up notepad and pass 'c:\MyTestFile.txt' as a parameter to notepad.exe, so instead one could pass 'notepad.exe c:\MyTestFile.txt' to get that same effect. Same goes here, you may need to find out which executable is associated with that file you want to launch. Thanks, Drew Monday, February 18, 2008 3:58 PM Reply | Quote Owner All replies 0 Sign in to vote Hi Joe, Please try this with the following string "C:\Windows\notepad.exe". Do you still see the same error message? If not, I would recommend checking your full path. Cheers, Moshe Thursday, February 14, 2008 1:50 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Hi Moshe, Thanks for the reply, I can run notepad or any other application using your approach and this probably exposes the issue! The file I am trying to run is not an exe file but an application built as part of an vb.net published program,
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