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Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode September 5th, 2007,09:40 PM #1 dglienna View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage ex MVP - Visual Basic Power Poster Join Date Jan 2006 Location Fox Lake, IL Posts 15,007 [RESOLVED] 12002 - Timeout Error I have an app that is being tested at different locations. On my machine, things worked fine for about a week. Elsewhere, error 12002 citrix I sent it last Friday, and it worked fine across town. Saturday after noon, I started getting TIME OUT error every time that I run it. ( not SERVER NOT FOUND, which happens when offline) I took my laptop to a third location, installed the app on a desktop, and it didn't work on either machine. Still worked fine for my buddy, so I took my laptop there. His works, and mine doesn't. Today he sent it somewhere, and it works on one computer, but not the other, from the same ip address. Google doesn't have much on 12002 and VB errors... Last edited by dglienna; September 8th, 2007 at 05:44 PM. David CodeGuru Article: Bound Controls are Evil-VB6 2013 Samples: MS CODE Samples CodeGuru Reviewer 2006 Dell CSP 2006, 2007 & 2008 MVP Visual Basic If your question has been answered satisfactorily, and it has been helpful, then, please, Rate this Post! Reply With Quote September 5th, 2007,11:51 PM #2 chunks View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Aug 2007 Posts 445 Re: 12002 - Timeout Error i dont have much knowledge about it. but i found these results in MSDN. may be they can give u a hint. 1. Code: The TranslateErro
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