KB#00995-Computer infected with virus can lose drive mappings causing VP5 to return errors
Computer infected with virus can lose drive mappings causing VP5 to return errors
There is at least one (possibly more) viruses or trojan horse viruses out there that remove Network Drive Mapping information from a PC.
If a Visual PRO/5 application running on a Windows network has been working without problems suddenly returns errors about OPENing data files (error=12) or LOADing programs (error=12 or Error=17), it's possible that a virus has infected one or more workstations.
Run a complete virus scan on the workstation using the most recent update available from the vendor. This virus will remove any network drives mapped to a local machine regardless of the application being used. This problem may not be specific to Visual PRO/5.
Last Modified: 12/18/2002 Product: Visual PRO/5 Operating System: Windows
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