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Using JavaRa 1.13 by GPO Startup Batch File


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I'm trying to run JavaRa 1.13 using a batch file via a Group Policy (GPO) startup script.

I get an error message

The Instruction at "0x7c901010" referenced memory at "0x00000034". The memory could not be read.

I can successfully test the batch file when I am logged onto the computer but it fails when put into the startup script location in the GPO.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Bruce

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I'm trying to run JavaRa 1.13 using a batch file via a Group Policy (GPO) startup script.

I get an error message

The Instruction at "0x7c901010" referenced memory at "0x00000034". The memory could not be read.

I can successfully test the batch file when I am logged onto the computer but it fails when put into the startup script location in the GPO.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Bruce

Hi Bruce,

I'm not sure if this is a JavaRa error or a problem with your configuration. Is this an error message popping up from JavaRa?

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Guest Maciek

JavaRa doesn't work on Local System context. It is a big problem when you want to run it by GPO or SMS, SCCM.

Because of that this tool is useless in AD environment.

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