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NAV CE Issue?

NAV CE Issue?

NAV CE Issue?

Ok, the ONLY major change I've made to my system in the last few weeks has been the install and setup of NAVCE for our office network.  The other day, it started creating and Event Error: "Application log file is full."  I found a this symptom on the Symantec website, and did what was required, but didn't help.  Anyone else run across this and know of a fix?

Jason Wilder
IT/CAD Manager

RE: NAV CE Issue?

NAVCE is trying to run something that it can't and is then putting a message into the Event log, you can clean the event log out, and see what the error is.

You need to look in the Event viewer under Administrator tools on the NT machine.

RE: NAV CE Issue?

I have.  That is all the event says.  It doesn't indicate a program.  It identifies the Error as ID 1000, which does not come up on technet.  I did find the error listed in the Symantec knowledge base and did the solution, but that didn't take.

Jason Wilder
IT/CAD Manager

RE: NAV CE Issue?

What version of the CE are you running? 7.0? 7.5?
I believe I have seen this error before but can't quite remember. What was the recommended fix? I'll look back in my notes...

Darryl Brambilla

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