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Impromptu Scheduler Error on one PC

Impromptu Scheduler Error on one PC

Impromptu Scheduler Error on one PC

We have 4 computers which are running Impromptu scheduler to print reports each morning.  On one of those PC's for the past 2 days all reports have "error-ed" out.  All of our reports are running off of 2 catalogs which reside on a server.  I attempted to insert a task on that PC which accesses our titles catalog.  I get the error message: Error Number: 24641;Impromptu cannot open the required catalog.  I checked the Scheduler help text and it talks about the username or password changing or the catalog being renamed or deleted.  I don't think that is the problem due to the fact that the other 3 PC's are OK.  I attempted setting up a brand new PC and trying to schedule reports on it but I get the same error.  On that one troublesome PC I can however run any report if I open them through Impromptu.  Any ideas on what's going on?

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