In response to: Windows Event Log Event ID 680

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In response to: Windows Event Log Event ID 680

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In response to: Windows Event Log Event ID 680

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In response to: Windows Event Log Event ID 680

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In response to: Garmin MapSource Error - Invalid Character

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In response to: Windows Server 2003 Domain Controller LDAPS Certificate Expiration

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Thanks, I was experiencing the same problem, didn't understand it at all, but this pointed me in the right direction!

Since I didn't feel like installing IE6 on my machine I did a small search and found you can also view the certificate in Firefox. You have to specifically allow the LDAPS port though, you can do this in about:config. See this article: http://www.haqthegibson.com/article/12
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In response to: Garmin MapSource Error - Invalid Character

Hector Sierralta [Visitor]
I had similar problem and received this answer from Garmin:
Thank you for contacting Garmin International. I apologize for the inconvenience.

The XML_DOMERRORHANDLER.CPP can indicate an error while creating a back up file in the ‘temp’ folder on the ‘C:’ drive. To resolve the error you will need to clean out the ‘temp’ folder, and then try to load the maps or data again.

To clean out the ‘temp’ folder:
1. Go to Start
2. Click Run
3. Type %temp%
4. Click OK
5. Click Edit
6. Click Select All
7. Right-click on the highlighted files
8. Click Delete
The ‘temp’ files will now begin to delete. There may be some that will give you an option to select yes or no, select no you do not want to delete it. There may also be a message stating that the file cannot be deleted.

If you receive a message stating that the file cannot be deleted:
1. Click OK. Clicking OK will stop the process which is correct.
2. Press and hold the ‘Ctrl’ key
3. Click on the first file in the list
4. Right-click on the remaining files (highlighted in blue)
5. Click Delete
6. Repeat the process until all of the ‘temp’ file have been cleared, apart from the files that could not be deleted
7. Open the Recycle Bin when all of the ‘temp’ files have been deleted
8. Click Empty the Recycle Bin
9. Restart your computer
10. Update MapSource at http://www8.garmin.com/support/download_details.jsp?id=209
Then test MapSource to see if the error message is still appearing. If you still receive the XML_DOMERRORHANDLER.CPP error it may be caused by a corrupt waypoint or symbol within the GPX file on your Garmin device. To resolve the error you will need to clear the GPX folder.

To clear the GPX folder:
1. Connect your device to your computer
2. Go to Start
3. Open My Computer (Computer on Vista)
4. Double-click on the Garmin drive
5. Double-click on the Garmin folder
6. Double click on the GPX folder
7. Right-click on the contents of the GPX folder
8. Click Copy
9. Go to your Desktop
10. Right-Click anywhere on your Desktop
11. Click Paste
12. Return to the contents of the GPX folder in the Garmin Drive
13. Right-click on the contents of the GPX folder
14. Click Delete
You should now be able to use MapSource without the XML_DOMERRORHANDLER.CPP error appearing.
PermalinkPermalink 10/26/11 @ 07:37

In response to: Windows 7 VPN Connection Locks Active Directory User Account

dennis [Member]
Ken,

The configuration of the firewall that blocks the ports specified is done on my Cisco firewall at home in the VPN tunnel. When the notebook PC at the office tries to establish a Kerberos connection with the domain controller at home it can't because packets initiated by the notebook PC are blocked.

I hope this helps.
ds
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In response to: Windows 7 VPN Connection Locks Active Directory User Account

Ken [Visitor] · http://www.shieldsit.com
Dennis,

I'm having the same issue and am going to open the ports you suggest in the post, but my question is, do you point those to the DC or to the client that is making the VPN connection?

This is a very frustrating issue to say the least.

Thanks,
Ken
PermalinkPermalink 08/10/11 @ 13:01

In response to: Windows Server 2003 Domain Controller LDAPS Certificate Expiration

Paul [Visitor]
Check http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tools/18415.html for a tool to view the sLDAP cert.
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In response to: Windows Server 2003 Domain Controller LDAPS Certificate Expiration

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In response to: Garmin MapSource Error - Invalid Character

Dan Foster [Visitor] · http://blog.expertgps.com/blog/
I'm glad you posted this. I write a mapping tool similar to MapSource, called ExpertGPS. More and more, I'm starting to see errors in current.gpx and other GPX files that can be traced back to this same problem: invalid data being written into the GPX file. ExpertGPS also reports an error when opening these files.

Hopefully Garmin will identify what's causing the corrupted data, and issue a patch for their users.

I've seen this problem in names of saved routes and tracks on the GPS. That's a good place to look first if you have problems with malformed XML in your GPX files.
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