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#1 sniper8752

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 07:13 PM

I am getting this error message: You cannot view the list of users at this time. Please try again later.

I found this forum, then found this.  Would it be ok to download the file to fix the problem?  Is this recommended?  What if I have the CD?  Is it still ok to do it?



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#2 Guest_Francis Houle_*

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Posted 05 May 2013 - 09:51 PM


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"You Cannot View The List Of Users At This Time. Please Try Again Later"

 

Affected Products: Software
Affected Operating Systems: Windows® 95

 

ISSUE: When user-level access is selected in the Access Control tab of the Network properties, and you try to add users in the sharing tab, you will receive the following error message: "You cannot view the list of users at this time. Please try again later." All other networking features work on the computer.

 

RESOLUTION: The Rpcltc1.dll file needs to be extracted from the Windows 95 CD.

 

  1. From the Start menu, point to Programs, then click MS-Dos Prompt.

     

  2. At the C:\ prompt, change to the Windows\System directory.

     

  3. Type: ren rpcltc1.dll rpcltc1.xxx. Then press the ENTER key.

     

  4. Change to the CD-ROM drive letter (usually D) and change the directory to \win95 directory.

     

  5. At the D:\win95 (assuming that the drive letter of the CD-ROM is D), type: extract /A win95_02.cab rpcltc1.dll /L c:\windows\system.

     

  6. Make sure that there are no errors extracting the file, then close out of the MS-DOS Prompt by clicking the X in the upper corner of the screen.

     

  7. Restart the computer.





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