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    SOAP initialization failed (related to LimitLogin, not personal hygiene)

    Hi pals.

    I setup LimitLogin on my network, and I get this error message. What the heck does it mean?

    "SOAP initialization failed. Here are the details: WSDLReader:XML Parser failed at linenumber 0, lineposition 0, reason is: The system cannot locate the object specified.
    HRESULT=0x1: Incorrect function.
    - WSDLReader:loading of the WSDL file failed......"

    There's more but I'm finding all that rubbish hard to type. If anybody really needs the rest I'll copy it out.

    Anyway, any ideas how to fix this?

    Thanks.

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    Sounds like the SOAP runtime isn't installed properly on the client - Can you confirm that LimitLoginClientSetup.msi installed OK?

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    LimitLoginClientSetup.msi HAS been installed correctly. I installed it by Group Policy/Machine/Assigned. When that didn't work, I logged in as administrator and installed it interactively.

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    Rebooted the server?

    IIS Manager --> Web Service Extensions: Is ASP.NET Allowed?

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    Rebooting the server isn't in the instructions, but I'll give it a try. I guess that would be the DC that I told it to use?

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    Whichever one you installed the IIS setup on. If rebooting isn't an option, try doing an iisreset - Check on the ASP.NET extension as mentioned as well first

    Instructions are rarely accurate!

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    It took me a few days but I rebooted the IIS server, and it still doesn't work! Grrrrr!!!

    Would it help if I knew what SOAP is?

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    Okay, I removed it from where it was and installed IIS and the LimitLogin IIS gubbins on a DC. Now I don't get any error message anymore, but the AD MMC tool doesn't show any logins for my test user. It's like the thing is just ignoring my user, even though the script appears to run. I'll search around the forums tomorrow for any info, but there is such a shortage on t'internet of info about LimitLogin that it almost seems like only we on EduGeek know about it! If anybody knows any sites with some good info about it then please let me know. Thanks.

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    Thumbs up MY SOLUTION FOR THIS ISSUE

    I found out the \\SERVERNAME\LimitLogin share referenced by the llogin.vbs was really shared as \\SERVERNAME\LimitLogon, so I changed that and I got rid of the error, I'm still trying to find out why is not really working and still the system allows me to login more than once, but if you have this issue give it a go to this tip!!!

    Regards,



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