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XP update causes Activesync failure

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Old 12-15-2008
Joe Wall
 

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XP update causes Activesync failure
Hi

Have used activesync 4.5 faultlessly including on XP pro SP3 since it was
issued until a recent automatic update. Now getting the dreaded message:

WCESMgr.exe: The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0150002).


Have tried an uninstall (and deletion of active sync folder and setup file),
fresh download of setup file and re-install to no avail.

I am almost certain this has been caused by a recent automatic update so
suspect the solution will be a further MS update - can anyone tell me if MS
are looking into this or where I can find that out. Reluctant to mess with
otherwise stable system by uninstalling updates etc

Regards

Joe Wall

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Old 01-03-2009
Joe Wall
 

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RE: XP update causes Activesync failure
Hi All

I could not find an answer so I recovered using a Ghost image and then
re-installed all recent updates and have had no problems since. I guess a
file had become corrupt during update rather than the update itself

Can anyone tell me how I can close this post now?

"Joe Wall" wrote:

> Hi
>
> Have used activesync 4.5 faultlessly including on XP pro SP3 since it was
> issued until a recent automatic update. Now getting the dreaded message:
>
> WCESMgr.exe: The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0150002).
>
>
> Have tried an uninstall (and deletion of active sync folder and setup file),
> fresh download of setup file and re-install to no avail.
>
> I am almost certain this has been caused by a recent automatic update so
> suspect the solution will be a further MS update - can anyone tell me if MS
> are looking into this or where I can find that out. Reluctant to mess with
> otherwise stable system by uninstalling updates etc
>
> Regards
>
> Joe Wall
>

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