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Aspect 3.0.4 runs at startup

Aspect 3.0.4 runs at startup

Aspect 3.0.4 runs at startup

We are running Aspect Client 3.0.4 and the Aspect Sign On page is displayed every time the PC is booted.  This only happens on my 2000 and XP machines but I cannot for the life of me find where to shut it off.  

-I've checked Startup, Regestry, Awinset.ini, Autoexec, servises, etc.

Any sugestions?

RE: Aspect 3.0.4 runs at startup

OK, I've found "Aspect Winset Service Provider" listed as a Provider in the Telephony / Advnaced tab.  I can remove this as a Provider and the Aspect sign-on will not launch at boot.

but then,
Aspect will not work when launching from start/Programs.

RE: Aspect 3.0.4 runs at startup


I had this problem with Winset in that version as well.  Even after working with Aspect we were unable to resolve it.  But I know the issue is fixed in Winset version 3.1

It might be worth checking if they will send up the update program.


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