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IP Communicator - Invalid access to memory location

We just installed CallManager 4.0 on our network. So I decided to install IP Communicator on my computer. After I installed it and started it I received following message:

Invalid access to memory location

properties.dll

Did anybody see the same message? What memory location exactly is properties.dll trying to reach, and is there something I can do to fix this? I know that some of my colleges have successfully installed IP Communicator.

Dragan Novakovic

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Re: IP Communicator - Invalid access to memory location

This has something to do with the system memory. Make sure that the system runtime memory is sufficient for the application to run.

Anonymous
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Re: IP Communicator - Invalid access to memory location

I'm getting this same error. I have 430mg memory not in use, and a 3ghz CPU.

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Re: IP Communicator - Invalid access to memory location

Install an ethernet adapter/driver. The ethernet adapter does not need to be connected to a cable, but it must be visible in the output of the

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Re: IP Communicator - Invalid access to memory location

Had the same issue: The Ip communicator software 1.1.1 gives the error "Invalid memory access, properties.dll".

The client computer has a wireless interface built-in and an Ethernet.

The issue was that the Ethernet interface was in disabled mode and for some reason IP comunicator needs to see an Ethernet interface on the system when it starts.

The wireless interface is available after the program is able to start.

After enabling the ethernet interface, the software worked fine.

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