11-18-2010 11:45 AM - last edited on 03-25-2019 09:38 PM by ciscomoderator
I have a user that is not able to use CUPC. When you run it, the splash screen comes up and after a few minutes it just disappears. I am attaching the uc-client.log file to see if someone can make sense of the problem. It also does this for any user on that machine.
11-18-2010 12:27 PM
Can you try with CUPC 7.1 and see if it works? Check if you have any AV softwre enabled, if you do,
disable it and try again.
11-18-2010 12:34 PM
11-18-2010 02:24 PM
This is only one user affected? Out of how many ?
This looks like a defect
Do you have these MS updates loaded ?
KB979909 & KB976769v2
If yes can you remove and re - test ?
Do you have AVG antivirus running ? There is a known issue with it and CUPC
I think it would be better to open an SR with TAC and provide a detailed problem report (this is not detailed)
You need to check the 'Enable detailed logging' in CUPC
11-18-2010 02:40 PM
Are you running Windows 7 64 bit by chance? I'm having the same issue.
11-18-2010 02:43 PM
Actually, no this is Windows XP. I had a similar problem with Vista and it was a video driver issue. I updated the video driver and it corrected that problem.
07-14-2011 11:52 AM
I also have 2 users that experience the same thing. I am using Windows XP SP3. We do not have the above mentioned MS patches installed. We are using Symantec Endpoint Protection v11.0 for A/V. At first the error logs were leaning us towards it being a JAVA issue, but we updated her to the latest version and the issue still serfaces.
12-09-2011 11:58 AM
I just opened a ticket for this issue with Cisco, and they confirmed it is an issue with 2 Microsoft .net updates. Here is the text from the email:
From our webex, it appeared that you were running into issue with
Microsoft Updates to .Net Framework, KB980773 & KB976769v2, causing
issue with the CUPS client coming up since it relies on the .Net
Options are to uninstall the updates or as we did, do the following:
1) Open up a command prompt and ping "" (Should show a delay of roughly
2) Go to Start - Run - and type "ncpa.cpl"
3) The network connections should be displayed
4) In the Toolbar there should be an "Advanced" Menu
5) Go to Dial-up Preferences
6) Under the section "Enable autodial by location" untick every item
7) Carry out a ping "" and ensure there is no delay
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