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Userenv Event error ID: 1085

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by morog, Jan 20, 2007.

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  1. morog

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    Hello,
    In my Event Viewer - Source: Userenv
    - User: NT Authrity\System
    - Event ID: 1085
    Description:
    "The Group Policy client-side extension Internet Explorer Zonemapping failed to execute. Please look for any errors reported earlier by that extension"
    Please advice how to fix this error.
    Tryied with "gpupdate" -same error appear again..
    Following MS tutorials try to re-register listed dll. files- by regsvr 32- all dll files re-registered successfully ,except one "Appmgmts.dll"
    When try to re-register received this message:
    "Appmgmts.dll was loaded but the DllRegister Server antry point was not found.
    This file can not be registered"
    My PC is Workgroup , stand alone machine. Win XP SP2 with IE7, FAT 32, x86A/m error appears after each reboot , and and sometime is repeated in Event Viewer without reboot (in same session )
    This error apears in Applications.
    I have all Windows Updates installed.
    Please help me to fix this inconvinient
     
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  3. morog

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    Is logged there.
    Yes, tried System Restore, but probably flashed point without this error before.
    Not sure when it appear- after some Windows Update instalation , installation of IE 7 or who knows what.
    If you need any additional information I am at your disposal.
    Thanks,
     
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    morog, did you review the knowledge base article I posted the link to in my previous post?

    Concerning ie7, many have had issues with 7. Can't hurt to uninstall and see how things go.
     
  5. morog

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    Hi unbidden,
    I reveal this. Description is different then one in my case.
    Besides ID: 1085 is equal in my case I have:
    "The Group Policy client-side extension Internet Explorer Zonemapping failed to execute. Please look for any errors reported earlier by that extension"
    but in MS Help and Support is written:

    "The Group Policy client-side extension failed to execute”
    They mention there is a Hotfix for this error ( without KB no ) but I am not sure whether can be used in my case.
     
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    In order to decrease number of possible causes that are involved in creation of Applications Userenv 1085 Error, ask you for a favor to try re-register Appmgmts.dll file through Start>Run>regswr 32 Appmgmts.dll> Enter.
    This operation is completely harmless for your machine.
    My basic PC configuration is XP Pro SP2, FAT 32 , x86, Workgroup stand-alone PC.
    After that, please report result.
    Thanks,
     
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