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#204385 - 2012-03-01 05:40 PM Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers
eappelstein Offline
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Tried troubleshooting by running \\domain controller\netlogon\kix32.exe on my other 4 domain controllers which works but it crashes on the 5th one.

Opened a ticket with Microsoft with no help but they did provide me with the following data analysis


PROCESS_NAME: KIX32.EXE

ERROR_CODE: (NTSTATUS) 0xc0000005 - The instruction at 0x%08lx referenced memory at 0x%08lx. The memory could not be %s.

EXCEPTION_CODE: (NTSTATUS) 0xc0000005 - The instruction at 0x%08lx referenced memory at 0x%08lx. The memory could not be %s.

EXCEPTION_PARAMETER1: 00000001

EXCEPTION_PARAMETER2: 00000000

WRITE_ADDRESS: 00000000

FOLLOWUP_IP:
KIX32+2281f
0042281f 0000 add byte ptr [eax],al

NTGLOBALFLAG: 0

APPLICATION_VERIFIER_FLAGS: 0

USER_LCID_STR: ENU

APP: kix32.exe

FAULTING_THREAD: 00001590

PRIMARY_PROBLEM_CLASS: NULL_POINTER_WRITE

BUGCHECK_STR: APPLICATION_FAULT_NULL_POINTER_WRITE

LAST_CONTROL_TRANSFER: from 00000000 to 0042281f

STACK_TEXT:
0085fff0 00000000 0042281f 00000000 000000c8 KIX32+0x2281f


STACK_COMMAND: ~0s; .ecxr ; kb

SYMBOL_STACK_INDEX: 0

SYMBOL_NAME: kix32+2281f

FOLLOWUP_NAME: wintriag

MODULE_NAME: KIX32

IMAGE_NAME: KIX32.EXE

DEBUG_FLR_IMAGE_TIMESTAMP: 44f84a1d

FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: NULL_POINTER_WRITE_c0000005_KIX32.EXE!Unknown

BUCKET_ID: APPLICATION_FAULT_NULL_POINTER_WRITE_kix32+2281f

WATSON_STAGEONE_URL: http://watson.microsoft.com/StageOne/KIX....htm?Retriage=1

WATSON_IBUCKET: 350125032

WATSON_IBUCKETTABLE: 1

Followup: wintriag
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0:000> lmvm KIX32
start end module name
00400000 0045c000 KIX32 C (no symbols)
Loaded symbol image file: KIX32.EXE
Image path: \\VORTEX\NETLOGON\KIX32.EXE
Image name: KIX32.EXE
Timestamp: Fri Sep 01 22:56:29 2006 (44F84A1D)
CheckSum: 00000000
ImageSize: 0005C000
File version: 0.0.0.0
Product version: 0.0.0.0
File flags: 0 (Mask 0)
File OS: 0 Unknown Base
File type: 0.0 Unknown
File date: 00000000.00000000
Translations: 0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4
0:000> .exr 0xffffffffffffffff
ExceptionAddress: 0042281f (KIX32+0x0002281f)
ExceptionCode: c0000005 (Access violation)
ExceptionFlags: 00000000
NumberParameters: 2
Parameter[0]: 00000001
Parameter[1]: 00000000
Attempt to write to address 00000000

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#204387 - 2012-03-01 06:38 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
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My first inclination would be to maybe switch out memory with one of the working domain controllers, to easily rule out the possibility of bad ram.
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#204388 - 2012-03-01 07:00 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: ShaneEP]
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Welcome to KORG!

By "crashes", do you mean "blue screen" with a Stop-50?

These are generally related to page faults in unpaged areas, or attempts to access memory not allocated to the application. This can be the result of bad drivers, applications, or other software (such as AV) components.

In less common situations, it could be caused by defective L2 cache, RAM, or even CPU. Hardware issues, however, are rarely specific to a particular application such as Kix - the problem would be more widespread.

Was this DC built or upgraded recently compared to the others?
Are all drivers on this DC the SAME as on the others? (Higher doesn't always mean better!)
Are there any hardware differences between these DCs?
Software differences? (apps not on the others, or different versions or windows components.)
Windows patches/hotfixes? Buffer overrun issues can cause this type of error, and many hotfixes have been issued to correct these. Make sure all systems are at the same patch level.

Also - to rule out a corrupted version of Kix - open a command prompt and run
 Code:
\\OtherDC\Netlogon\kix32.exe \\OtherDC\Netlogon\loginscript.kix
- this will run the login process from the other server and either crash or point to a disk corruption on the local DC.

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#204389 - 2012-03-01 07:22 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: Glenn Barnas]
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When I say crash I am referring to a popup message that states KIX32.exe has stopped working and has the following error in the event log:
Event Type: Error
Event Source: Application Error
Event Category: (100)
Event ID: 1000
Date: 3/1/2012
Time: 9:51:42 AM
User: N/A
Computer: VORTEX
Description:
Faulting application KIX32.EXE, version 0.0.0.0, faulting module KIX32.EXE, version 0.0.0.0, fault address 0x0002281f.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
Data:
0000: 41 70 70 6c 69 63 61 74 Applicat
0008: 69 6f 6e 20 46 61 69 6c ion Fail
0010: 75 72 65 20 20 4b 49 58 ure KIX
0018: 33 32 2e 45 58 45 20 30 32.EXE 0
0020: 2e 30 2e 30 2e 30 20 69 .0.0.0 i
0028: 6e 20 4b 49 58 33 32 2e n KIX32.
0030: 45 58 45 20 30 2e 30 2e EXE 0.0.
0038: 30 2e 30 20 61 74 20 6f 0.0 at o
0040: 66 66 73 65 74 20 30 30 ffset 00
0048: 30 32 32 38 31 66 02281f


When run in a command prompt
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Users\eappelstein>\\2003 Domain Controller with issue\netlogon\kix32.exe

C:\Users\eappelstein>\\2008 Domain Controller that works\netlogon\kix32.exe
KiXtart 2010 4.53 / Copyright Ruud van Velsen 2006
Microsoft Windows (logon) script processor.

Note: KiXtart is CareWare, please consult the manual for full details
on distribution and licensing.

Usage :

KIX32 [script1] [...] [$var=123] [/f[:yyyy/mm/dd]] [/r:irel] [/u:password] [/d] [/t]

Options:
/d = enable debug mode
/f = flush token cache (optionally only if older than date specified)
/r = KXRPC search order (see manual for details)
/u = password to lock or unlock a pre-tokenized script
/t = tokenize scripts (see manual for details)


C:\Users\eappelstein>\\2003 Domain Controller that works\netlogon\kix32.exe
KiXtart 2010 4.53 / Copyright Ruud van Velsen 2006
Microsoft Windows (logon) script processor.

Note: KiXtart is CareWare, please consult the manual for full details
on distribution and licensing.

Usage :

KIX32 [script1] [...] [$var=123] [/f[:yyyy/mm/dd]] [/r:irel] [/u:password] [/d] [/t]

Options:
/d = enable debug mode
/f = flush token cache (optionally only if older than date specified)
/r = KXRPC search order (see manual for details)
/u = password to lock or unlock a pre-tokenized script
/t = tokenize scripts (see manual for details)




This server is in a branch office so swapping out ther RAM would be very difficult and there are no other issues with this servers. The other domain controllers that work some are older and some newer.

My concern is if the file is corrupt what is the best way to replace since these folders replicate to each other and I do not want to make things worse. The current work around is people in that office are running their logon script from a different domain controller in a different office.

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#204390 - 2012-03-01 07:34 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
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We are also very behind on windows or any updates on this server. The only major change was I added a 2008 DC to the forrest and moved the FSMO roles to it. We did not have a 2008 DC before this one. The server with the issue was working before and well after the upgrade.
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#204391 - 2012-03-01 07:42 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
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 Originally Posted By: eappelstein
The current work around is people in that office are running their logon script from a different domain controller in a different office.
Kix32.exe should not be running in the RAM of the server except when logging into the server itself. Users should not be logging into a server, merely loading the file from the netlogon or GPO share and running it within the RAM of their workstations.

Something smells fishy.
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#204393 - 2012-03-01 07:52 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: Les]
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The errors are on the laptops going to \\domain controller\netlogon\LOGON.bat or from their initial login into windows 7.

I also tested by logging with with a domain admin account on the actual server

LOGON.bat file contents:
net use F: /del
net use G: /del
net use Y: /del
net use X: /del
@Echo off
%0\..\Kix32.exe %0\..\EBILOGON.kix


ebilogon.kix file contents:
; EBI SYSTEM LOGIN SCRIPT

; Modified ID Notes
; ========== ==== =====
; 11/14/2006 SH Created Login Script

settitle ("EBI Consulting Login Script")
cls
Color y+/n

? "Hello @fullname."
? ""
? "The current date and time is @DATE @TIME."
? ""
? "========================"
? " Mapping Network Drives "
? "========================"
? ""



;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; User specific shares ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

;IF @userid = 'test'
; use P: "\\server\share"
; ? "Mapping P:"
;endif

IF @userid = 'eappelstein'
use R: "\\cinder\data"
? "Mapping R:"
endif

IF @userid = 'dhowell'
use J: "\\cinder\sir"
? "Mapping J:"
endif
IF @userid = 'aamena'
use I: "\\cinder\EHS"
? "Mapping I:"
endif
IF @userid = 'spenta'
use Q: "\\blizzard2\ArcIMS"
? "Mapping Q:"
endif
IF @userid = 'cjohnston'
use Q: "\\blizzard2\ArcIMS"
use S: "\\rjsserverma\data"
use T: "\\giswebapp\arcims"
use U: "\\viper\udrive"
use V: "\\Viper\gis_raster_temp"
use W: "\\Viper\ArcSDE"
? "Mapping Q:"
? "Mapping S:"
? "Mapping T:"
? "Mapping U:"
? "Mapping V:"
? "Mapping W:"
endif


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; Location specific network login scripts ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

SELECT
CASE ingroup("burlington office")
use y: /DEL
use f: "\\cinder\data"
use y: "\\cinder\users"
? "Mapping F:"
? "Mapping Y:"
CASE ingroup("remote employees")
use f: "\\cinder\data"
use y: "\\cinder\users"
? "Mapping F:"
? "Mapping Y:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT
SELECT
CASE ingroup("pa office")
use K: "\\vortex\data"
use U: "\\vortex\users"
? "Mapping K:"
? "Mapping U:"
ENDSELECT
SELECT
CASE ingroup("NJ Office")
use K: /DEL
use U: /DEL
use O: "\\rockslide\NJ-USERS"
? "Mapping O:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; Group specific network login scripts ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;


SELECT
CASE ingroup("Telecom")
use G: "\\cinder\telecom"
? "Mapping G:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT
SELECT
CASE ingroup("S&T Group")
use T: "\\cinder\ISys"
? "Mapping T:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT
SELECT
CASE ingroup("Human Resources")
use R: /DEL
use R: "\\Cinder\HR"
? "Mapping R:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT

SELECT
CASE ingroup("SIR")
use J: "\\cinder\sir"
? "Mapping J:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT

SELECT
CASE ingroup("A & E")
use Y: /DEL
use Y: "\\rjsserverma\Users"
? "Mapping Y:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT

SELECT
CASE ingroup("EHS")
use I: /DEL
use H: /DEL
use I: "\\cinder\EHS"
use H: "\\cinder\ehs\clients"
? "Mapping I:"
? "Mapping H:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT

SELECT
CASE ingroup("sema4 users")
use M: /DEL
use M: "\\cinder\sema4$"
? "Mapping M:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT

SELECT
CASE ingroup("accounting")
use H: /DEL
use M: /DEL
use H: "\\cinder\acctg"
use M: "\\cinder\sema4$"
? "Mapping H:"
? "Mapping M:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT

SELECT
CASE ingroup("AE-MA Data")
use S: "\\rjsserverma\data"
? "Mapping S:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT

SELECT
CASE ingroup("AE-NJ Data")
use K: /DEL
use U: /DEL
use N: "\\rockslide\NJ-Data"
? "Mapping N:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT

SELECT
CASE ingroup("AE-PA Data")
use K: /DEL
use K: "\\vortex\DATA"
? "Mapping K:"
CASE 1
ENDSELECT
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; User specific shares to run at end ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

IF @userid = 'ideb'
use Y: /DEL
use Y: "\\cinder\users""
? "Mapping Y:"
endif



Sleep 1

at (22,1) "Login script processing complete."
exit

These results were from my windows 7 laptop.

When run in a command prompt
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Users\eappelstein>\\2003 Domain Controller with issue\netlogon\kix32.exe

C:\Users\eappelstein>\\2008 Domain Controller that works\netlogon\kix32.exe
KiXtart 2010 4.53 / Copyright Ruud van Velsen 2006
Microsoft Windows (logon) script processor.

Note: KiXtart is CareWare, please consult the manual for full details
on distribution and licensing.

Usage :

KIX32 [script1] [...] [$var=123] [/f[:yyyy/mm/dd]] [/r:irel] [/u:password] [/d] [/t]

Options:
/d = enable debug mode
/f = flush token cache (optionally only if older than date specified)
/r = KXRPC search order (see manual for details)
/u = password to lock or unlock a pre-tokenized script
/t = tokenize scripts (see manual for details)


C:\Users\eappelstein>\\2003 Domain Controller that works\netlogon\kix32.exe
KiXtart 2010 4.53 / Copyright Ruud van Velsen 2006
Microsoft Windows (logon) script processor.

Note: KiXtart is CareWare, please consult the manual for full details
on distribution and licensing.

Usage :

KIX32 [script1] [...] [$var=123] [/f[:yyyy/mm/dd]] [/r:irel] [/u:password] [/d] [/t]

Options:
/d = enable debug mode
/f = flush token cache (optionally only if older than date specified)
/r = KXRPC search order (see manual for details)
/u = password to lock or unlock a pre-tokenized script
/t = tokenize scripts (see manual for details)

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#204394 - 2012-03-01 08:16 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
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I seem to remember that
%0\..\Kix32.exe %0\..\EBILOGON.kix
in a batch file was nice for Windows 9x
But for Windows NT and newer, I think it is better to use
WKix32.exe EBILOGON.kix

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#204395 - 2012-03-01 08:27 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: Witto]
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Your Login script could look like:
 Code:
@echo off

Setlocal 

REM *****************************************************
REM Find OS on workstation
REM Run login script
REM Depending on OS
REM *****************************************************

REM "Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600]" = Windows 7
REM "Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]" = Windows 7 SP1
Ver | Find "6.1" > nul
If NOT errorlevel 1 Goto win_7

REM "Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6000]" = Vista
REM "Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6001]" = Vista SP1
Ver | Find "6.0" > nul
If NOT errorlevel 1 Goto win_Vista

REM "Microsoft Windows [Version 5.2.3790]" = Windows 2003 SP2
Ver | Find "5.2.3790" > nul
If NOT errorlevel 1 Goto win_2003

Ver | Find "NT" > nul
If NOT errorlevel 1 Goto Win_NT

Ver | Find "2000" > nul
If NOT errorlevel 1 Goto Win_2000

Ver | Find "XP" > nul
If NOT errorlevel 1 Goto Win_XP

Ver | Find "98" > nul
If NOT errorlevel 1 Goto Win_98

Ver | Find "95" > nul
If NOT errorlevel 1 Goto Win_95

Goto unknown_os

:win_7
wkix32 EBILOGON.kix
Goto end

:win_Vista
wkix32 EBILOGON.kix
Goto end

:win_2003
wkix32 EBILOGON.kix
Goto end

:win_NT
wkix32 EBILOGON.kix
Goto end

:win_2000
wkix32 EBILOGON.kix
Goto end

:win_XP
wkix32 EBILOGON.kix
Goto end

:win_98
%0\..\WKix32.exe %0\..\EBILOGON.kix
Goto end

:win_95
%0\..\WKix32.exe %0\..\EBILOGON.kix
Goto end

:unknown_os 

:end

The part with
 Code:
net use F: /del
net use G: /del
net use Y: /del
net use X: /del

can be put in your kixtart script

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#204396 - 2012-03-01 09:16 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: Witto]
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I created an ericlogon.bat file to test with using both logon script examples above and got the following errors when trying to run in a cmd prompt since it did not work with just double clicking \\vortex\NETLOGON\ericlogon.bat file: C:\Users\eappelstein>\\vortex\netlogon\ericlogon.bat
'wkix32' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
C:\Users\eappelstein>\\vortex\netlogon\ericlogon.bat
'wkix32.exe' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

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#204397 - 2012-03-01 09:25 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
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I tried just running \\vortex\netlogon\wkix32.exe ebilogon.kix and get a KiXtart popup

ERROR: failed to find/open script [ebilogon.kix]

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#204398 - 2012-03-01 09:27 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
eappelstein Offline
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Does the .kix file need to be different for wkix32.exe vs kix32.exe?

Thank you the help. I appreciate it.

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#204399 - 2012-03-01 09:57 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
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I just made a copy of the kix32.exe and wkix32 into the same directories and now some other domain controllers are not working even though I never touched the original files
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#204400 - 2012-03-01 10:00 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
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I am now getting that error on the 2008 domain controller.
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#204401 - 2012-03-01 10:08 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
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I think I am all set. I took the kix32.exe file from one of the DCs that worked and copied it on all the ones that it didn't which seemed to correct the issue. Thank you for your help.
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#204403 - 2012-03-02 02:06 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
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how did the kix get to the DC's before?
you copied it to one and let it replicate or did you manually copy them all?

clearly the file got corrupted at some point, but was it on the server side or when someone was copying it to the server is the question.

if all on the server side, you might looking at raid-corruption on one of them or just a virus.


Edited by Lonkero (2012-03-02 02:08 PM)
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#204404 - 2012-03-02 02:46 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
Glenn Barnas Administrator Online   content
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 Originally Posted By: eappelstein
I created an ericlogon.bat file to test with using both logon script examples above and got the following errors when trying to run in a cmd prompt since it did not work with just double clicking \\vortex\NETLOGON\ericlogon.bat file: C:\Users\eappelstein>\\vortex\netlogon\ericlogon.bat
'wkix32' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
C:\Users\eappelstein>\\vortex\netlogon\ericlogon.bat
'wkix32.exe' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
Reread my post and pay attention to the format of the command. You need to specify the exact location of the Kix32 and the script when you are running it after logon. During logon, the NetLogon folder is added to your path, after logon, it is not present, so kix can't find the script without the complete path.

Glenn
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#204405 - 2012-03-02 02:52 PM Re: Kix32.exe gets a Faulting application error on one of my domain controllers [Re: eappelstein]
Glenn Barnas Administrator Online   content
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Loc: New Jersey
 Originally Posted By: eappelstein
I think I am all set. I took the kix32.exe file from one of the DCs that worked and copied it on all the ones that it didn't which seemed to correct the issue. Thank you for your help.
This implies another issue... I'd create a bat file that deletes ALL kix32.exe files from every DC
 Code:
Del \\DC1\netlogon\kix32.exe
repeating the command for all 5 DCs. Then I'd download a fresh copy of Kix32 to your admin workstation and place it on one DC's netlogon folder. Wait a few minutes and verify that it has replicated to all other DCs. If it hasn't, you have a replication issue that needs to be resolved first. If it replicates, create a simple Kix script on your PC, then from a command prompt in the folder where the script exists, run \\DC1\netlogon\kix32 test.kix. Repeat for every DC to insure that there are no problems and Kix32 is valid on all systems.

You should not need to copy files manually to each netlogon folder.

Glenn
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