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hajian
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OLE Error

Post by hajian »

I'm getting the following error:

OLE error code 0x80040154: Class not registered. OLE object is being ignored.

Any ideas why?

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Re: OLE Error

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hajian wrote:I'm getting the following error:

OLE error code 0x80040154: Class not registered. OLE object is being ignored.

Any ideas why?
Is this on a client or a server installation ?
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Post by hajian »

This is on the server. It happens when I try to go into the Backup or Restore Utility.

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Post by NeilZ »

hajian wrote:This is on the server. It happens when I try to go into the Backup or Restore Utility.
Can you backup from another machine ?? I would do that, then try and reinstall Powerchurch on the server, and then install the latest maintenance release.
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Post by hajian »

I did what you said, and it works now. I still wonder why I had the problem, but I'm glad it is resolved. Thank you.

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hajian wrote:I did what you said, and it works now. I still wonder why I had the problem, but I'm glad it is resolved. Thank you.
Sometimes the installation of another program (which may be older) could overwrite a needed file with an older version. The install programs should not do that, but some may do so.

What you did was replace the files with the versions that PC+ needs, and update the registry.
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Post by hajian »

That makes sense. Anyway, that's what good backups are for!

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Post by sdmahoney »

I am having this same issue, but also when trying to send e-mails. It does not happen if you make the user an admin. We are running this via Terminal services on Windows Server 2003, with the data on a different server from the terminal server.

Anyone know what rights are required that would allow you to run as admin, but not as Power User?

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Re: OLE Error

Post by runaeb »

I am getting this error also "OLE Error" when I try to go to "maintain list of employees".
I am using 11.5 and i just downloaded the latest maintenance release.
Any ideas, thanks

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