Semantics: I didn't say "I've NEVER had one or used one ....I said "I DON'T own any or have any in the house".
All that aside...why is this program so persistent?
Revo Uninstaller won't uninstall it. It usually handles ANYTHING you throw at it.
There's an Uninstal icon in the program's own file folder, but the uninstall command appears nowhere in the program nor in it's Help guide.
Do I just go into File Explorer and nuke the entire folder? (seems a rather crude solution....but if that's what it wants, I'm happy to TRASH it.)
Do you not realize your post history is viewable here? You clearly have had one, that is why you created the account you are using, so you could post about the 3210 you had rented.
And guess what? it was for scanning, exactly what the file you have issue with is used for.
Then 1 month later you make a post about never having had or used a Xerox device when clearly you did
And today you post again that you don't have one? Well, you did, which makes it entirely logical and not crazy at all.
So get rid of it.
Good day, everyone.
We've found solution.
You need to add special flags for application.
1. Create text file with name xeroxscanfix.reg
2. Copy lines below:
"C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Xerox\\NetworkScan\\NSCSysUI_XEROX.exe"="RUNASINVOKER"
3. Save file
4. Execute file (double click)
5. Approve changing of register
You could download file here:
If you are using 32bit windows just change Program Files (x86) to Program Files
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I solved this problem for me. (Win 7 x64)
1. Download "Microsoft Application Compatibility Toolkit" by link
2. Find shortcut "Compatibility Administrator" in "Start" menu and run it.
3. Click right button on left side under sigh "Custom Databases" -> "New Database(1)" and choose "Create New" -> "Application Fix".
4. In window in field "Name of the program to be fixed" input any name (Example Xerox net tool), in bottom field set path to exec file Xerox net scan (default c:\Program Files\Xerox\NetworkScan\NSCSysUI_XEROX.exe or c:\Program Files (x86)\Xerox\NetworkScan\NSCSysUI_XEROX.exe), press "Next".
5. Again "Next", and in list "Compability fixes" find parametr "RunAsInvoker" and check the box. Press "Next" and "Finish".
6. Go to the menu "File" -> "Save as", and save file. (Example xerox_net_tool.sdb)
7. By user have no rights administrator click Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> Command Promt , right click on it - "Run as adminisrtator". Enter admin account.
8. In the command prompt type: "C:\Windows\System32>sdbinst path_to_saved_file\xerox_net_tool.sdb"
Xerox did contact me and they provided a solution that I'm finding acceptable.
Basically, don't use the magic Xerox Network Scan software in Enterprise; go into the printer and create a pointer to a valid SMB of FTP share. Users will now have the option to scan to that shared folder (on your File server perhaps?).
If you REALLY want to help a user, create the share on their PC and make the pointer on the printer point to it.
After a couple of years of complaining, I must admit, Xerox did finally give me a solution. Imagine how much better for all of us - and for Xerox - it would have been to simply post this solution for us in the first place.
Thanks Xerox (and Level 2 support)