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Runtime Error 380 Invalid Property Value - Macola 7.5.103E

Runtime Error 380 Invalid Property Value - Macola 7.5.103E

Runtime Error 380 Invalid Property Value - Macola 7.5.103E


After installing macola access to the user creation, it gives us the error Runtime Error 380 Invalid Property Value, does anyone know why?

Thank you and sorry my english.

PD: We have SQL Server 2000 - Progression Series 32-Bit

RE: Runtime Error 380 Invalid Property Value - Macola 7.5.103E

I have lots of questions.
Are you attempting to access this directly on the server or from a workstation?
What OS is the server and/or workstation?
I'm thinking it has to do with the VB or C++ runtime libraries. I'm just not sure which version 7.5 calls. I would check the machine in question and see which versions are already installed and make sure they are up to date as a place to start.

Also, can you please post the screenshots of all errors received? That may give an additional clue.

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