Windows Thread, AUCUN.DLL Error on random machines in Technical; Hi,
I have just re-imaged a whole set of machines with a new XP build, and most of them are ...
28th August 2012, 11:08 AM #1
AUCUN.DLL Error on random machines
I have just re-imaged a whole set of machines with a new XP build, and most of them are fine. However on a few we seem to be getting these AUCUN.DLL errors occurring, which constantly as you to restart the machine. It seems to be something to do with the Ctrl+Alt+Del login screen and the initial load dialogue before the machine reaches the login screen as when the affected machines load, all we get is a blue background and none of the 'Applying computer settings' or 'start-up script' dialogue.
After Googling this error I seem to get nothing apart from something that relates to a Windows 2000 error, which this is not. Has anyone else ever come accross this DLL file error, or can anyone offer any insight into why this may be happening?
The affected machines are all XP Pro SP3 on a Server 2008 R2 domain. They are also all Optiplex 3 series, but I think this is just a coincidence as we've never had problems before.
3rd September 2012, 10:04 AM #2
So no one else has ever seen this error then? Has anyone heard of AUCUN.DLL?
3rd September 2012, 10:09 AM #3
- Rep Power
I have not come across this problem before (in fact today is the first time I have heard of AUCUN.DLL) but I did a quick Google and came across this product Any user can unlock now with this custom GINA Have you installed this replacement GINA (logon dialog) within your Windows XP image?
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