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Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? Again, any help is GREATLY appreciated. 1363-35856-277986 Back to top Michael Funk Members #19 Michael Funk 5 posts Posted 13 October 2004 - 10:19 PM I have 2000 SP2-4 and XP Several functions may not work. I thought the issue may be associated with XP SP2 which I uninstalled - still have issue.I've deleted all temp internet files, un-installed/re-installed the client, etc. - still have issue.I located navigate here
Edit post Administration Login Create my blog Search snow's blog Menu Cannot Open The Citrix Ica Client Error 1000 -- Virus or Safe? / How to Trouble Shoot It? Prefer not to go this route if possible.Any more help out there on this one. 1363-35856-278287 Back to top David Costantino Members #24 David Costantino 39 posts Posted 14 October 2004 The day of the problem (oct 12th)the computer detected and deleted a virus, trojan.killfiles. After some work I was able to remove libnet.exe from running (removed from the registry) and also removed a file called laksdjf.exe that seem to linked to libnet.exe.After removing both libnet.exe
I have seen "urlhard" and "oleps" executables, for example. I rebooted station and tested again. I went back and repeated the exercise and this file we got rid of the "drvcmd.exe" within the Task Manager.My next issue was I seemed to have lost the ability to Thanks! 1363-35856-277773 Back to top Kevin Conde Members #13 Kevin Conde 15 posts Posted 13 October 2004 - 03:57 PM Be careful about moving the drive to another system.
Reboot the machine7. I attempted to copy another blank file to this location. It is documented in Citrix's webpage:http://support.citrix.com/kb/entry!default.jspa?categoryID=149&entryID=5314&fromSearchPage=true RE: User Cannot login uilleann (IS/IT--Management) 23 Nov 04 15:39 I have just had a similar problem. I have the same problem.
Delete all instances of it. I attempted to write protect file. Anyone Can Fiddle with "2404 (0x964)" Immediately ? I don't know what these files belong to nor where they came from.
Cannot open the Citrix ICA Client [Error 1000:(no error text available)] Started by Heiko Grethe , 08 July 2003 - 08:55 AM Login to Reply Page 2 of 3 1 When this runs, if you see any DAT files listed in DIR /B format, it means they could not be deleted. Click download button below to have SmartPCFixer. 2. If you have an error in Windows, it could be serious and cause your programs to freeze and crash or it might be seemingly harmless yet resenting.
Still trying to find any exe processes with reversed ini file but have not found any so far. check over here It is almost as if the spy-ware specifically targeted Citrix. Resolution to Fix "Cannot Open The Citrix Ica Client Error 1000" . Planning to reimage next week (30 min vs several days). 1363-35856-279019 Back to top Michael Funk Members #32 Michael Funk 5 posts Posted 15 October 2004 - 08:43 PM I've solved
A good usage habit will do good to keep your computer stable. After this a file with orginal name with a tmp extension appeared. The normal user must have rights on to set a registry key HKLM ... his comment is here I then deleted the pesky file and rename my file to the orginal name.
This system worked great until todat, and there have been no changes to the system.
Download and Boosting your computer towards the best performance! I was then able to remove the run once key entry without it being recreated. I found the process in the HKLM reg, deleted it, was able to use Citrix for about 10 minutes before another process began that could NOT be deleted. Also, I've submitted the little heathens to Symantec for a definition update...I'm still wiating for an answer on that front.
The key will probably start with an asterisk. 6. Haven't been able to kill the process in order to delete the files (not even in safe mode). If the Forum jacks this up, run the command without the |find parameter and look for SH. weblink Next do a file search using just the name (Example: cmdmfc).
Can't figure out what part of the startup routine is loading the process. Are you aComputer / IT professional?Join Tek-Tips Forums! It was a bear to clean up.