PDQ Inventory fails to start with certain patch versions of .NET 4.0

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  • SelfMan

    Hi Shane, you might correct this a bit.

    The CLR.DLL has to be from the RTM GDR Release. 4.0.30319.1022 RTMGDR. That one works just fine The *.2032, *.2035 LDR versions from some patches are problematic.

    Please check my conversation with Adam. http://support.adminarsenal.com/requests/24207. To fix the 4.0 issues on systems supporting dotNET 4.5 it install dotNET 4.5.2

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  • Raymond Jarboe

    Faulting application pdqinventoryconsole.exe, version 3.1.2.0, stamp 5390c8c6, faulting module clr.dll, version 4.0.30319.1022, stamp 52ccf666, debug? 0, fault address 0x0001bd75.

    I guess my question is, WHAT patch do I need? This is for server 2003 x86

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  • SelfMan

    I had simmilar issues on my SBS2003. Solution is to uninstall the 4.0 framework, reinstall and apply all security updates.

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  • Me

    Sitting here with an SBS2011 facing the same issue. Strange thing is... I installed Invientory today - it worked, did inventory - I logged of, and later I logged on again - and then it didn't work. 

    Faulting application name: PDQInventoryConsole.exe, version: 3.1.3.0, time stamp: 0x53a9ad49 Faulting module name: clr.dll, version: 4.0.30319.1026

     

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  • SelfMan

    Upgrade to PDQ Inventory3.1.3.6 and test the behavior again.

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  • Me

    Where to download that? From the download page, I only get 3.1.3.0

     

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  • SelfMan

    The simplest way is to go to HELP > Check for update.

    You might to enable the beta version download at File > Preferences > Auto update - [x] Include beta versions

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  • Me

    Yeah... but I cannot start PDQ.   (-;

    Is it available on ftp?

    Regards, Lars.

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