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When you try to start an application in Microsoft SoftGrid Client or you try to add a new application in the SoftGrid Client Management Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in, you receive the following error message:
The SoftGrid Client could not launch Application. The application file will not work on the current operating system. Please report the following error code to your System Administrator. Error code: xxxxxx-xxxxxx44-00000007
The SoftGrid Client could not create a new application from 'Path\FileName.osd'. The application file will not work on the current operating system. Please report the following error code to your System Administrator. Error code: xxxxxx-xxxxxx44-00000007
When this problem occurs, an entry that resembles the following is logged in the SoftGrid Client log file (Sftlog.txt):
The SoftGrid Client could not parse the OSD file 'Path/FileName.osd' Reason: No valid implementation for this machine (rc xxxxxx04-00000007)
This problem occurs because the .osd file is not configured to run on the operating system.
To enable an .osd file to run on a specific operating system, you must specify that operating system within the .osd file. To do this, set the VALUE attribute of the <OS> element. For example, the VALUE attribute must equal "WinXP" if you want to run the .osd file from Microsoft Windows XP Professional. The following table lists the operating systems and corresponding values of the VALUE attribute.
Microsoft Windows NT
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
Windows XP Professional
Windows 2000 Server
Windows 2000 Terminal Server
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server
Windows 2003 Terminal Server x64
Windows 2008 R2 Terminal Server x64
Windows 2008 Terminal Server
Windows 2008 Terminal Server x64
Windows 7 x64
Windows Vista x64
Windows XP x64
To resolve this problem, follow these steps:
Edit the .osd file by using a text editor. For example, edit the file by using Notepad.
Locate the <OS> element or elements within the <IMPLEMENTATION> element.
Verify the VALUE attribute for each <OS> element.
On a new line, type a new operating system value, depending on the operating system that you want to enable. For example, type<OS VALUE="Value"/>.
After you make changes, save the .osd file.
For example, the .osd file may contain the following lines of code.