There is a SPR that sounds very close to what you are describing (SPR# 533841). what is recommended for a "workaround" is: Workaround currently proposed is to repair the ePDM 2010 client install via command line: msiexec.exe /faums EnterprisePDM.msi /qb Followed by a reboot, the error goes away. Still under investigation.
Thank you for your reply Mr Walters,
What does this comand acually do to the application? Should the user of the vault check in all documents before running it?
I'm not sure what this dose exactly I copied and pasted the SPR. as far as checking in files I would always check in files just incase.
The command repairs the installation. The switches are as follows (from Microsoft):
/f - repairs a product
a - forces all files to be reinstalled
u - rewrites all required user-specific registry entries
m - rewrites all required machine-specific registry entries
s - overwrites all existing shortcuts
In our experience the user does not need to check in their files.
EPDM 2010 SP2