I have a customer that receives an error everytime the listen to 3 or more consecutive voicemails through the phone. The error is "AVtrapConnectionHolderCvr.exe is either missing from the system directory,an incorrect version or corrupt." We have tried a full uninstall, including the TAC document which has you delete the registry entry. They are running VMO 3.13 TSP 3.04 and Unity 2.46.135.
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AVTrapConnectionHolderCvr.exe is the process that actually makes the play back happen. Next time that happens, hit control/alt/delete and see what all processes are running.
If only one workstation is failing, you may want to find that .exe (just do a search for it) and delete it (actually name it .old) then copy the file in from a working workstation. If this is a problem across multiple systems, I would suggest opening a TAC case. It doesn't ring a bell, but maybe it is a new issue.
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