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0xEE0E0001 Authentication User Interface definition file failed

When trying to do a restore MBR.

I'm assuming this means the XML that I exported from the server is "bad" in some way?  I have seen this on my last few repairs (we are currently testing)

Just wondering why this happens?  There's not much info out there on EETECH.  I love this clarification:

0xEE0E0001

Authentication User Interface definition file failed.


It's exactly what the GUI tells me, but what other info is there out there to tell me what I already know...?

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whgibbo
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Re: 0xEE0E0001 Authentication User Interface definition file failed

Hi,

Could you please tell us the exact error message that is displayed on the screen ?

Also could you answer the following ?

  1. Are you creating you custom themes, if so how are you creating them ?
  2. You mention that you were trying to restore the MBR, at what point was this ?

Many thanks

Re: 0xEE0E0001 Authentication User Interface definition file failed

Hello!

Error message is a standard message box that pops up with the error code of 0XEE0E0001 and then the same text as above; Authentication User Interface definition file failed.

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Re: 0xEE0E0001 Authentication User Interface definition file failed

Thanks for the information..  But could you please answer the following :

  1. Are you using custom themes, if so how are you creating them ?
  2. You mention that you were trying to restore the MBR, at what point was this ?

Many thanks

Re: 0xEE0E0001 Authentication User Interface definition file failed

  1. Are you using custom themes, if so how are you creating them ?  - I just have changed the wallpaper to include our agency logo.  Changed this under Configuration - Server settings - EE - Themes - Add - Based on McAfee and just substitute my background.

  2. You mention that you were trying to restore the MBR, at what point was this ?  This was on one of the two machines we lost yesterday morning to a deserialize type error.  After I rebuit new machines for these users, I played for literally hours trying to decrypt, reset MBR, Uninstall EEPC, etc.  This was all observation in testing so basically the closest answer is - after an Uninstall EEPC, the standalone EETECH locks up, but it must do something because once you reboot, the PC/ ability to boot is "hosed".  After that I opened the workspace and did a force decrypt and decrypted from 63 to the total amount of sectors.  It was at some point after I recovered the users data from the decrypted sectors that I used this as a test/learning machine to see what I could find out about this myself.  A little knowledge is a dangerous thing 

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