MIS Systems Thread, Unable to find messages file 'cscui.dll' in Technical; Got an ongoing issue at a school where we cannot run SIMS under our account on the SIMS Server. We ...
25th October 2013, 10:27 AM #1
Unable to find messages file 'cscui.dll'
Got an ongoing issue at a school where we cannot run SIMS under our account on the SIMS Server. We get the following error during the loading of SIMS:
We also get a very similar issue when logging into SOLUS2:
It means at the moment we cannot get patches downloaded or installed in the school. It 'must' be a permissions issue as the network manager in the school can log onto the server and run SIMS and SOLUS2 with no issues. Also a bit of Googeling also seems to point to permissions. The issue is that I have no idea where the permissions issue lies. Our account has Admin permissions and I can see that the DLL's in the errors are present on the server. Any ideas what else I can look at to get this working?
Last edited by Rawns; 25th October 2013 at 12:08 PM.
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25th October 2013, 01:21 PM #2
Looks like a reinstall .NET framework \ rebuild whole server. This isn't a Windows Server 2008 R1 server is it?
25th October 2013, 01:23 PM #3
.NET has had a full reinstall. I believe it is a 2008 R1 server.
25th October 2013, 01:36 PM #4
That's it then. We had a school that had loads of weird issues, managed to get by till half-term then reinstalled with 2008 R2 and never had a problem since - luckily that was a dedi SIMS server so you might not be as lucky.
Thanks to matt40k from:
Rawns (25th October 2013)
25th October 2013, 01:50 PM #5
It is a dedicated SIMS server (secondary school). Funny you talk about other odd issues, there are loads of other 'odd' issues on this server. Search does not work if you try searching under the location of 'Computer'. If you do an advanced search and put in a full file name under a local drive, it lists EVERY file on the drive. If you type cmd in the Start menu search and press enter (usually loads a command prompt) it starts a search for cmd. Even some command line commands don't work!
I'll let the school know.
Last edited by Rawns; 25th October 2013 at 02:01 PM.
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