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    Question Trouble Logging In

    We decided to run another instance of SIMS in an isolated environment for testing etc. I copied the database from the live server to this machine to attach it. It attached successfully but we can't log in to SIMS. We keep getting this error:
    Fault Code: 1833-9852-4400
    "Could not load file or assembly 'SchoolUserInterfaces, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=21f532fe36bf9cd6' or one of its dependencies. The located assembly's manifest definition does not match the assembly reference. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131040) : System.IO.FileLoadException

    at SIMS.UserInterfaces.MainContainer..ctor(Parameterl essDelegate splashScreenClose, String autoStartMenuItemPath)
    at SIMS.UserInterfaces.DefaultEntryPoint.Main(String[] commandLineArguments)

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    You have setup a new server for sims, installed Sims (Server, and workstation) and copied the DB to the new server and attached it?

    Did you do all the database work using the sims dbAttach tool?
    From memory, thats the only supported method for copying databases.

    If not, try reinstalling sims workstation (from the new servers' setups folder) and see if that works.
    I've done this a couple of times and found i've had to reinstall Sims workstation before it would work.

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    I'm not sure if you got this sorted or not, we were having the same issue. For some of the affected machines, we just ran a windows update and it fixed it, for others that didn't work.

    The final fix that we found worked, went as follows:

    Deleted the '%program files%\sims' directory.

    Run SIMSInfrastructureSetup.EXE

    Run SIMSApplicationSetup.exe

    Then run sims from the start menu

    It will update manuals and ampark

    We were then able to runs sims.net as normal.

    We've now done this on all the problematic machines and it's sorted. I don't know why it works, I don't have the time to find out why it works, but it sorted the problem for us.

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