- Do you get an error code 92h following this?
- Have you got a wireless connection?
- Is this a laptop?
There was a spate of messages about this error code back in 2007 -
- copied into many other forums, apparently
The latest occurrence of this error message I can find is from a few months ago, noted in these forums -
sberrors.ini / xml will tell you the description, what it "means" depends on what version of the product you have and what you did to get into this position.
Have a look in sberrors.ini and let us know what you find there. Also tell us what version of the product you have.
Edit - I found some more discussions here, including some mentioning error 92h. They're all in the Business-->Data Protection-->Encryption: EEM Managed part of the forum though, so I should have asked : is this a consumer- or a business-related question? If it's Business I'll move it over to that part of the forum, where it will be dealt with by someone who is familiar with the Enterprise products.