Target Designer problem after Windows Update


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Heidi Linda

Since Windows Update ran this morning (Server 2003) I can't open any
..slx files in Target Designer. I get:

Configuration Management Interfact (CMI) Error
Code = 0x800a01a8
Description = Object Required: 'oPL'

Anyone know what's up and, more importantly, how to fix this?
 
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Heidi Linda

karl said:
Me too.

Hunting ... for an answer
I never found an answer. I believe something got hosed in the scripting
host, but I ended up doing a complete reinstall. The machine was playing
silly buggers in other ways too.
 
G

Guest

I am having the same problem after updating my Windows XP Professional to
service pack 2. Is anyone has found a solution in the mean time ?
 
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Adora Belle Dearheart

Johnny said:
I am having the same problem after updating my Windows XP Professional to
service pack 2. Is anyone has found a solution in the mean time ?


:
Can you reinstall the scripting host separately? It seemed to be a
scripting host problem.
 
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Adora Belle Dearheart

Johnny said:
How can I do this reinstallation of the scripting host ?
Well that's what I was wondering, I ended up just reinstalling the lot.
It was being flaky anyway.
 
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Guest

I found a solution to this problem, I have reinstalled the scripting host by
running a
program called scripten.exe. This can be found on the microsoft website
under the download section.

I started to uninstall the xp embedded tools on my computer, and afterwards
I wanted to reinstall these tools, but this was no longer possible. The XPe
installation gave me an error 1720, which means that a installation script
cannot be run.

So for both problems the reinstallation of the scripting host solved my
problems.

Johnny.
 

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