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Windows 7 Update as of 1/09/2019 affecting reports, Payment Logistics and printing.

Wanted everyone to be aware that Microsoft has released two updates that are wrecking havoc right now on Windows 7 systems.
The windows update is causing a problem on Windows 7 computers ability to serve/use UNC Paths.

They are KB4480970 and KB4480960. Microsoft is aware of the issue. For now, it is best to uninstall the update on the server computer by going to Control Panel > Programs and Features > Installed Updates. Let the update list load and then remove both KB4480970 and KB4480960. I have included an article that should help anyone with this process if they are unfamiliar with it . You will then need to hide both of these updates. You can do this by following the steps in the following article . Note that this process will require a reboot. Since this is on your server computer, this can effectively take the store down for anywhere between 10 to 30 minutes.
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    My apologies if this is a duplicate post -- we lost network connectivity at just about the same time I submitted this earlier this morning.

    My client is having problems with a computer that can't run the LFW software anymore. It was working fine yesterday, but they're unable to articulate how or when the trouble began. The symptoms are as follows:

    Launch LFW
    Error appears saying "it appears that LFW was not properly shut down, etc., etc."

    Next error -- Btrieve status 3012 - Local engine is not accessible to the microkernel router. Key=[c:\lfw20\train\file.ddf] DBI Error code = BDE error 3012

    Next error is LFW error -- problem with password file

    Last error Exception EDBEngine error in module LFW.exe at 000540C4 Btrieve Status 3012
    Program shuts down.

    Tried rebooting the client. Tried rebooting the server. All other clients can connect to the data on NT Server (mapped f drive)

    I completely uninstalled LFW and Pervasive software and installed both again. The same error appeared the first time the LFW software was run.

    I noticed that there is a key in the registry \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\titan\btrieve\aliases \dpath=c:\lfw20\train\ but on the other machines it is f:\lfw20\data.

    I tried changing this, but it seems to be reset each time the software is loaded.

    Has anyone seen this problem and know how to fix it?

    Thanks very much,

    Nancy Capitanio

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    Here ya go...

    Hope this helps...
    Hope this helps!!
    Ed DiRuzza