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mrsponkie : did u run the netstat command line while executing C2 ? i can't see any listening port on C2 webserver port (default 50000)...or u already changed it ? plus..i noticed many users got troubles with webservers after installing Visual Studio....try to check,otherwise the only easy solution it's a system restore (SFC /SCANNOW)
If You see Task Manager, Construct2.exe is with pid 2928 under E_FATIEFE
i noticed many users got troubles with webservers after installing Visual Studio....try to check
I'll try to unistall Visual Studio when i'll be back at home in the evening, i really hope to find the problem !!!
So i tried to uninstall Visual Studio but i got the same message and the http preview still doesn't start. Really annoying problem!!!!
mrsponkie that's an endless loop,u won't escape....better u do system restore
the problem is that i never made it and i don't want to lose all the softwares....
mrsponkie, can you try running this command in your dos prompt?
netsh http add urlacl url=http://localhost:50000/ user=EVERYONE listen=yes delegate=no
Does that help?
it answer :
impossible find the command : netsh http add urlacl url=http://localhost:50000/ user=EVERYONE listen=yes delegate=no
Hmm, it should understand the command, can you search your entire computer for netsh.exe and see if there are any results? If you find it, what's the folder it's in?
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hi boss :]
netsh.exe it's inside C:\WINDOWS\system32
i also have got :
NETSH.EXE-23AED181.pf in C:\WINDOWS\Prefetch
Not sure, but from the look of THIS document, NETSH http add is not for Windows XP. Are you using XP or Vista/Win 7?
Ah, nice find — OK mrsponkie, how about this command?
httpcfg.exe set urlacl /u localhost
If that doesn't work you may need to install httpcfg first which you can get here.
i have XP
it doesn't work, but i can't find where do i have to download httpcgf.exe in the page you linked
You have to click 'Continue' on the page Ashley has directed you to. You then have to validate you have a genuine OS then you can download the Support Tools suite of programs.