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#1 2010-03-12 17:23

jmg-support-lgr
Member
Registered: 2010-03-12
Posts: 5

error 121

Hello I'm using netsetman 2.6.1 with Seven on laptop

I've installed netsetman_setup (for services) and netsetman

and I obtain error when I'm connected as user with no admin rights

-PIPE does not exist error 121
-NSM services is installed and running but an error occured while trying to start netsetman



when I'm connected as administrator, I don't have any error...


I've given all rigth to folder "netsetman", same trouble

any idea ?

I've 2 laptops, and for the other one, it's running fine...

I'm working in a company, and I do tests to find the right tool for laptop users (who don't have admin right and knowlegde to change themselves IP settings)

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#2 2010-03-12 17:30

Ilja Herlein
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Registered: 2005-08-06
Posts: 929

Re: error 121

Version 2.6.1 is very old. I recommend you to update to the latest version 3.0.1. If you (for some reason) need to use the old 2.x version, then please at least update to 2.6.4.

Then update the NSM Service to 1.1.0. I assume you're using the old 1.0.0 which is not compatible to Win7. (uninstall the NSM Service, download the latest version, install it)

After updating everything restart your computer and everything should work fine.

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#3 2010-03-12 17:32

jmg-support-lgr
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Registered: 2010-03-12
Posts: 5

Re: error 121

hi,

thanks for this very fast asnwer,

I'll update the both, and keep you informed

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#4 2010-03-16 18:41

jmg-support-lgr
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Registered: 2010-03-12
Posts: 5

Re: error 121

thanks again

it's working fine now...


but didn't find how to uninstall the nsm services, just delete from run in registre table and installed the new ones

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#5 2010-03-16 18:52

Ilja Herlein
Administrator
Registered: 2005-08-06
Posts: 929

Re: error 121

The NSM Service can be uninstalled over the normal program uninstallation list of Windows.
It depends on your system language how it is called (English: programs and features).
See here an example screenshot:
http://www.windows7update.com/images/Mi … atures.jpg

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