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Atbroker.exe "application failed to initialize properly" on remote desktop to vista

I get this error message when trying to connect to my remote vista RTM
(Ultimate) machine.. It happens at random.. the only fix is to
remotely reboot the machine via a "shutdown" command.

It says to click ok to terminate the application, that only results in
a blank screen.


in the event viewer:

Faulting application atbroker.exe, version 6.0.6000.16386, time stamp
0x4549b800, faulting module USER32.dll, version 6.0.6000.16386, time
stamp 0x4549d372, exception code 0xc0000142, fault offset
0x0000000000001d28, process id 0xeb8, application start time
0x01c749630f7606db.


Event ID 1000 , Application Error...


No real solutions here either:


http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=1000&eventno=1475&source=A...



I tried looking to see if there were any applications which may be causing this.. by going back to the first time this happened in event viewer/ installations history..

Only one major app was updated around the first instance.. it was Visual Studio 2005 Sp1 for Vista and the hotfix.. so this isnt something I can remove if it is the culprit.

What is Atbroker anyway.. anyone run into this and fixed it?

A simple reboot (remote reboot) fixes things, but potential lost data which isnt saved occurs.
 

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i wouldn't use remote desktop. try some kind of vnc app.
Curious.. Why no remote desktop?

I've used VNC apps.. ultravnc etc.. I still prefer remote desktop.
 

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remote desktop is weird; if u want to stay on the computer u r trying to connect to, you can't. it doesn't look as good as vnc apps, or it doesn't load as fast as vnc apps. on tightvnc (when i had xp) i could view excellent quality as if u were sitting there and have it go faster than remote desktop would on crappy settings.
 
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