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  1. Error 1067: The process terminated unexpectedly.

    Hello,

    We are running windows 2000 server w/ service pack 1.
    We have not been able to get the software to run. we can connect to the
    server. So i tried to start the services manually and i keep getting the
    error 1067:The process terminated unexpectedly. We have not installed
    anything else before installing this software. this is on a fresh install.
    Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you
    Scott A. Draper
    Intratech Development



  2. Re: Error 1067: The process terminated unexpectedly.


    Scott,

    What hardware are you using? Also, are you running OFO?

    Kurt

  3. Re: Error 1067: The process terminated unexpectedly.


    I'm having the same problem on my win2k dhcp server. It was running fine then
    all of a sudden this started happening. I can connect to it but the same
    error occurs at startup.
    can't figure it out. BENT ver. 7.2 rev 1119 running on Win2K Server SP2.

    Thanks for any input,
    Ben Posner, CCNP, Network Specialist
    Franklin Regional Hospital

    "Scott A. Draper" wrote:
    >Hello,
    >
    >We are running windows 2000 server w/ service pack 1.
    >We have not been able to get the software to run. we can connect to the
    >server. So i tried to start the services manually and i keep getting the
    >error 1067:The process terminated unexpectedly. We have not installed
    >anything else before installing this software. this is on a fresh install.
    >Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated.
    >
    >Thank you
    >Scott A. Draper
    >Intratech Development
    >
    >



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