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We should be aware that exe execution would be blocked if UAC is on in the user mode. I believe these particular URLs are only valid with this model. CTX118553's fix didn't work for me either. I cannot find any error/warning messages in it. http://buzzmeup.net/citrix-error/citrix-error-wfcrun32-exe.html

In 4.5, we have started seeing this message when that launch occurs: "WFCRUN32 ERROR - Failed to set event logging". Its also not that easy to write a login script that re-writes a line in an ini file.Steps to reproduce:1) Run the setup of the web client2) If you run an Under Storage Controllers right click Virtual Clone Drive. After checking the box and clicking ok, close out all of your IE windows and try again. https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX118553

Wfcrun32 Error Unable To Launch Application

It seems to me that the error is still related to the CTX118553 article, in that it deals with event logging and the user profile paths. http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX126950 http://forums.citrix.com/thread.jspa?threadID=88181&start=0&tstart=0 Command Line switches from Citrix http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/topic/online-plugin-120-windows/ica-configure-command-line.html Answered 08/26/2011 by: mreusguy Please log in to comment Please log in to comment 0 I am new to this forums........ So to hel... During the next logon that folder is being recreated and the message doesn't show up again. 1367-258500-1432728 Back to top Mark Prigg Members #8 Mark Prigg 1,177 posts Posted 28 January

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Giving a Media Center Extender access to files on another device (NAS, WHS, Computer) through the Media Center using custom username and password Requirements On Vista and Windows 7, right click The fix involves deleting some keys from the ... What happens then is that the log file path in the Users Appsrv.ini is incorrect. http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/258500-wfcrun32-error-failed-to-set-event-logging-ctx118553/ The user can click "OK" and the application launches with no problems.

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Wfcrun32.exe Application Error

This simply recreates the position after an automated install.3) Create a new local user account, no admin rights4) Log on as that user. Like it's using %userprofile%\Application Data which, for us, doesn't exist.Does anyone have a solution to this? Wfcrun32 Error Unable To Launch Application I think it is basically a fault in the design of the appsrv.ini mechanism.When the web client is installed through automation (e.g SCCM) it creates an appsrv.ini file in the profile Appsrv.ini Location Windows 7 Toggle navigation Software Tips Questions Blogs Links Communities Questions & Answers wfcrun32 ERROR-failed to set Event Logging wfcrun32 ERROR-failed to set Event Logging gibo How helpful is this to you?

I attempted to uninstall the client using ... his comment is here Thanks.“wfcrun32 ERRORFailed to set Event Logging.”Clicking OK allows the application to open. 1367-258500-1431813 Back to top Viktor Vasilev Members #2 Viktor Vasilev 1 posts Posted 26 January 2010 - 08:24 AM BioTwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInLatest Posts Jeremy SaundersIndependent Consultant | Contractor | Microsoft & Citrix Specialist | Desktop Virtualization Specialist at J House ConsultingJeremy is a highly respected, IT Professional, with over 30 years’ experience Our users will be logged into their workstations during the deployment and the installation needs to require NO interaction and be completely silent.What I've tried:- Used command line switches on the Wfcrun32 Citrix

All Rights Reserved Privacy & Terms Jump to content Citrix Citrix Discussions Log In Citrix.com Knowledge Center Product Documentation Communities Blogs All CategoriesAppDNAArchived Products (includes End...Citrix CloudCitrix Connector for System CenterCitrix Seems very strange... It's going to be something around the CTX fix to resolve it. http://buzzmeup.net/citrix-error/citrix-error-launch-ica.html Your script works fine. 4:53 PM Anonymous said...

The Cause The error occurs if the user’s profile was moved after the Citrix plugin was installed. The file can be located at:C:\Documents and Settings\%user%\Application Data\ICAClient\APPSRV.INIIf you are using a default user profile, which is inherited to all domain users, then this path will contain the incorrect username A few caveats though: - The file extraction needs to be done as the low-rights user tries to write to the file before the single CitrixReceiver.exe completes its execution.

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I believe these particular URLs are only valid with this model. What if the log file path was not located in the user profile? Modify this file to reflect the correct user variable and the error will go away.Scott Go to the full post

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Seemed to be fine with the previous one. 1367-258500-1433339 Back to top David Bear Members #10 David Bear 90 posts Posted 31 January 2010 - 01:16 PM Posted too soon. CANCEL Soutien Citrix Traduction automatique Cet article a été traduit à l'aide d'un système de traduction automatique et n'a pas été relu. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. http://buzzmeup.net/citrix-error/citrix-error-download-launch-ica.html Posted by tobias 11 comments: Anonymous said...