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  • Adam Ruth

    A common error code is -1073741819 which is usually caused by anti virus software preventing access to the scanner's files.

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  • Aaron Thompson

    Done the reinstall of .net but I still get the error code 225, what files/locations require an exception to be created in the av software?

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  • Shane Corellian

    Hi Aaron,

    Have the following folder exempted:

    C:\Windows\AdminArsenal

    If you've been using PDQ Inventory since version 2.x then you may need to exempt the folder C:\Windows\PDQInventory-Scanner

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  • Aaron Thompson

    I updated .Net to 4.5 as requested by Brandon Rewis and that sorted out the problem, AV software so far has not been an issue for me, I use Avira Profesional Security

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  • webmaster

    "Many times the cause is corruption in the .NET framework on the target computer, requiring a repair or reinstall."  what version?  I don't see any note about .net in the deployment guide!

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  • Shane Corellian

    .NET 4 or higher is listed in the requirements for PDQ Inventory. The version you would need to repair is the most current 4.x version that is installed on the target. If you don't have the latest (at this writing it is 4.6.1) you could just upgrade and that would probably do the trick.

    You don't have to worry about repairing .NET 3.5 or lower when it comes to PDQ products as they do not utilize any .NET below 4.

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