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vrf Access Violation on activeX control

Question asked by charles.stewart on Feb 7, 2006
My only thought is. Do you have admin on the accounts you want to run the active X control in?


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     From: ext John Scholten [mailto:jscholten@aimsys.nl]
     Sent: 07 February 2006 09:34
     To: VRF
     Subject: [vrf] Access Violation on activeX control
     
     
     I'm experiencing difficulties with an ActiveX control.
     
     Within Windows XP Pro, I installed various accounts (some local and some coupled to a domain).
     Agilent VEE applications run fine on all account, however for some accounts it's not possible to use an ActiveX control.
     
     The control can be selected in the ActiveX control references but the device cannot be created. Vee responds with an access violation.
As far as I figured out the problem has something to do with  XP SP2.
     
     Somebody evere experienced a problem like this and is their any solution?
     
     Thanks,
     
     John

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