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Have followed suggestions from previous posters but still having problem. The process name can be anything and may change. I still havent fixed it as my users have this weird fixation on leacing work on time while i'm here late.Hopefully this will start getting fixed tomorrow though.Again, my little bastard Resources Join | Indeed Jobs | Advertise Copyright © 1998-2016 ENGINEERING.com, Inc. weblink

The local machine may have entries in the registry under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Run and RunOnce that start the process. Are you aComputer / IT professional?Join Tek-Tips Forums! Here's Why Members Love Tek-Tips Forums: Talk To Other Members Notification Of Responses To Questions Favorite Forums One Click Access Keyword Search Of All Posts, And More... Tried running Advanced Spybot, etc...

However, not all users who have MyWebSearch have this problem. All the users I have spoken with are on XP with SP 2 installed. 1363-35856-277813 Back to top Robin Samberg Members #15 Robin Samberg 3 posts Posted 13 October 2004 - Thanks. 0 Comment Question by:AXISHK Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/24240860/Cannot-open-Citrix-ICA-client.htmlcopy LVL 16 Active 1 day ago Best Solution byLearnctx Have a look at these: http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX105226 and http://forums.citrix.com/thread.jspa?threadID=68715. Free trial version.

Citrix\CitrixCAB\ 1363-35856-91983 Back to top Administrator Administrators #3 Administrator 2 posts Posted 20 August 2003 - 07:26 AM I have the same problem,could you pls explain it clearly how to solve You must run as an administrator, no matter what steps you will do about your PC. 2. Or use the next line and convert each _ to a space.attrib *.exe /S |find "___SH______C"[email protected] OFFcd /D %systemroot%attrib *.exe /S |find " SH C"attrib *.ini /S |find " SH C"attrib The process name can be anything and may change.

Could it be some kind of the spyware messing up? People that were working before are now getting this error and I can't figure it out.Message was edited by: mzahler1 1363-35856-277128 Back to top DEAN Muz Members #8 DEAN Muz 1 I installed a new virus check on Thursday and it located the Trojan virus "Win32.killfiles" (or something like that but my problem was still occurring.I followed your instructions and found one I was able to use Citrix after following his instructions.

I have reinstalled the Citrix ICA but doesn't help. Through group policy. This must be done for every account on the machine.Next mount the drive back into the original machine and boot it into safe mode. Why Should You Choose SmartPCFixer ?

Go to Solution 1 Participant Learnctx LVL 16 Citrix3 1 Comment LVL 16 Overall: Level 16 Citrix 3 Message Active 1 day ago Accepted Solution by:Learnctx2009-03-19 Learnctx earned 500 total The following is a report of our findings for each file you have submitted: filename: oleps.ex_ machine: Machine result: See the developer notes Developer notes: oleps.ex_ is an adware Some or One of the users uninstall the ICA client. prismsvr.exeOnce quarentined problem was solved.SymptomUsers connecting to an ICA session with the Windows client are unable to connect and receive the following error messages:“Client Help:/setup - Register the ICA client with

Put the drive back into it's own machine, and booted...of course I got an error telling me it couldn't find the file it was looking for (when loading the HKLM\...\Run key). have a peek at these guys All site CTX supporting documentation from all sources Citrix.com, after translation belongs to all translators! I havent fixed any machines yet, but in my efforts to debuig a 2000 machine earlier, I ran across a file named dosutil.exe and it would not terminate in normal mode. svclib.exe3.

Now I have seen some pretty mischevious ad-ware spy-ware programs out there, but I am having a hard time understanding why a program like that would affect Citrix in this way. After reading the Knowledge Center information I thought it would be useful to others to have this information.http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/download.htmlThe offending processes were:1. Delete all instances of it. check over here I think Trendmicro might already have something to whack them (Thanks Shawn) on their site...

but removing these two processes from running corrected our issue. 1363-35856-277367 Back to top Teresa Clauson Members #9 Teresa Clauson 3 posts Posted 12 October 2004 - 11:28 PM I'm not 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 When I try to login I get Program Neighborhood with all of my icons, but when I click on one I get the error "Cannot open Citrix ICA client [Error 1000].

An easy test, enable and start all services (generic windows services) and try a connection.

Hit the right arrow until you see the Expanded Threats tab, and change the action taken from "Leave alone (log only)" to "Delete infected file". Run taskmanager, sort by memory usage, and note the name of the memory hog. (Name changes and there may be more than 1) 3. Several functions may not work. At 4:15 UserB walked in and logged in.

I saw many strange entries in the Run Hive. Set up the Smart PC Fixer tool and make a detailed scan for your computer or laptop. 3. On running various spyware detection apps I noticed 2 that kept recurring. this content Reboot for good measure...9.

RE: User Cannot login wvajenm (MIS) 14 Oct 04 09:01 This is the link to the Citrix forum.http://support.citrix.com/forums/thread.jspa?forum... MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services Groups Careers Store Headlines Website Testing Ask a Question If you attempt to kill the running process it restarts itself.A work around to this is to give the user restricted access to the machine, this will keep the user from I get the following box and then the same error message five seconds later:------------------------Client help:/setup register the ICA client on the Web Browser/?

Register now while it's still free! You can also find out which program it is by exporting the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run key and then deleting all the keys that reside there. 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. Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions.

If it is NTFS formated, moving the drive to another system makes the drive unbootable. 1363-35856-277775 Back to top Mike Payne Members #14 Mike Payne 4 posts Posted 13 October 2004 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 Mounting it into anther machine allowed me to access the files without them being loaded and in use. I also can't access the system via the web client.

I opened up the Citrix Neighbourhood and tried my Metaframe connect and it loaded without any errors.I just remembered that I had restored the registry and went in to find the NetScaler Citrix Advertise Here 708 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days. bkinst.exe was present so I renamed it. Next re-import the run export you did earlier and make sure you follow-up and delete the infecting program key that you also exported.

Booted to safe mode with command prompt, removed the entries for regdb.exe and rasutil.exe, rebooted and citrix launched fine. I was then able to connect to the Citrix Server without any further issues. I beleive that it is related to certain services that may have been "tweaked" to the manual or disabled setting on the machine suffering the problem. However, it's not an acceptable solution in an enterprise environment...but interesting.Here's the thread that I started: http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=926489-Ron RE: User Cannot login Epistemic (IS/IT--Management) 16 Nov 04 15:10 You have Spyware.

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