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Problem starting RASplus

Getting a "RASplus MapCtrl Create Fail" error when I try to start the program on Windows Vista. I'm trying to run the RASplus (Remote Admin System) Thanks

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  • webmoocher Sep 17, 2008

    Exactly the same except I'm running XP Pro

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My solution was to uninstall the OEM version and get another version from Honeywell. It's the exact same program with Honeywell's logo on it. Download is here.. http://www.honeywellvideo.com/downloads/RASplus_1_4_2.zip This one is about twice the size of mine (from Mitsubishi) but doesn't crash out on startup.

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