SCHAPPY — 25. June 2009, 20:46

[SOLVED] ChremaSoft / WinDent “Maximal 10 parallele Programme”

Issue: WinDent does no longer start, a warning popup occurs containing the info “Maximal 10 parallele Programme”.

Check:

  1. Check whether WinDent is installed on the “server” system; mount the WinDent directory (often C:\CG\WinDent or C:\WinDent) via a network share, e.g. N:\.
  2. Check on the server system the shortcut to the app, it should be N:\windent.exe
  3. With Windows XP SP2 or newer the upcoming security warning should stop you from executing the file unintended.

Solution:

You work on your local PC

If you work on your local machine, try to check for a folder named “TMP” in the root of the volume, where you have installed ChremaSoft. For example “C:\TMP”. If it does not exist, please create an empty folder, which is mandatory during startup.

You want to access a remote ChremaSoft installation as a client in a LAN setup

Add the IP address of the “server” to the list of intranet sites (Control Panel -> Internet Options -> Security -> Intranet -> Sites…).

  • Add “.exe” to the list of moderate file extension, e.g. by using gpedit.msc (User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Attachment Manager -> “list for filetypes with modereate risk”)
  • Alternatively check this registry entry:
    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Associations]
    “ModRiskFileTypes”=”.exe”
  • Check the same settings, i.e. network share mapping AND intranet sites setting on your client computer(s).

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