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Any help, much appreciated. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. The only software on the box is Office 2003 and Adobe PDF. From another forum: This can happen if any of the add-ins for Excel is damaged or corrupted.

hang on.. So, I set the 'Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Workbook' AND 'Microsoft Excel Application' DCOM entries to the same (desired) settings, and everything works fine again - macros run, users are happy. Which would imply that the DCOM config > > > entry I'd been checking all along is redundant; which isn't the case, > > > as I've made changes and seen Users that are behind a firewall, router, for NAT device seem to be protected from this.

what's this? Nope, problem > > > still there, except for this one account. Coriwn Reply With Quote 11-01, 04:19 PM #5 Cannot use object linking and embedding All of a sudden I get this error message when I try to open a file in We need the Excel DCOM ID touse a particular user "domain\user"in order to access excel from our website.

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You saved me a lot of troubleshooting time with your advice. , Mar 20, 2008 #2 Advertisements Sheldon Guest On Mar 20, 1:01 pm, wrote: > Thank you! Nope, they checked > > > out. We're running Office 2013 on Windows Server 2012. D├ęcioC posted Oct 13, 2016 at 11:28 AM Ubiquiti vs Homeplugs?

A quick google search said I should do the following: To fix this- 1: start->run and type ‘DCOMCNFG' 2: Open ‘DCOM Config' and locate ‘Microsoft Excel Application' 3: Set its identity Not seen that before, we > > > don't have Excel 2007, it's never been installed on the server. Nothing further happens or can be done until that message is clicked off. We need the Excel DCOM ID touse a particular user "domain\user"in order to access excel from our website.

Well, I > ran the anti-virus tools many times, it wasn't that. hang on.. No, create an account now. Did you find any workaround for this, while keeping the specific user configuration?

Nope, problem > still there, except for this one account. Nope, all ok... For the thousandth time, I > > > checked out the DCOM settings. Please try the request again.

Another suggestion was 'reboot into safe mode, open Excel, close > it, then reboot into normal mode' - strange, but fine, I'll try it - > except I'm thousands of miles Users that are behind a firewall, router, for NAT device seem to be protected from this. regards, JJ Edited by deadlyjapie 10 hours 30 minutes ago Free Windows Admin Tool Kit Click here and download it now August 9th, 2016 4:54pm This topic is archived. Menu Skip to content Lewis V.

Another > suggestion was incorrect settings in DCOM config. Sheldon, May 14, 2008 #3 Guest I'm having trouble with the same same issues. Select COM Add-ins from the Manage drop down at the bottom, and click Go Uncheck all the add-ins and click OK > then close and restart Excel. To me!

Guest, Feb 12, 2007, in forum: Microsoft Excel Misc Replies: 0 Views: 503 Guest Feb 12, 2007 cannot use object linking and embedding when opening Microsoft Exc Guest, Sep 4, 2007, Sign up now! This fix change the DCOM ID to Launching User) does not work for us. When I close that message, Excel continues trying to open the file but fails, shutting itself down.

Ran Microsoft Office Diagnostics - no issues found: Another forum suggested rebooting.Tried that, and seems to have fixed issue. For > > > months, we've been having the dreaded 'Cannot use object linking and > > > embedding' error whenever someone opens an Excel spreadsheet; when > > > it's Well, I > > > ran the anti-virus tools many times, it wasn't that. You get the message before Excel opens the file?

The pipeline is build using SSIS, updating the .xlsx is done by a Powershell-script running a VBA-macro within the .xlsx. In my case, I had the 2003 settings customized for old .net 1.0/1.1 code that would use the Excel COM object and needed these settings. I am not as experienced in this as you guys.... For the thousandth time, I > checked out the DCOM settings.

Nope, problem still there, except for this one account. Any tips & tricks are welcome! Another suggestion was 'reboot into safe mode, open Excel, close it, then reboot into normal mode' - strange, but fine, I'll try it - except I'm thousands of miles away from Even when run as an administrator. > > When you google for "Cannot use object linking and embedding", most > solutions are along the lines of "it's the MS Blaster worm".