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This article applies to version 6.

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Code42 Support

Cannot open Code42 app due to uncaught exception error

This article applies to version 6.

Available in:

StandardPremiumEnterprise
Small Business

Overview

This article describes a known issue resulting in an Uncaught exception error that prevents you from opening the Code42 app. This error appears when the Code42 app log directory has limited permissions.

To correct this problem, follow the steps below to change the permissions of the Code42 app log directory.

Affects

Windows and Mac devices running the Code42 app with limited permissions on the Code42 app logs directory.

Considerations

Cause

When permissions on the Code42 app log directory are changed by the end user or third-party software, it can result in the Code42 app being unable to write to the log files in that directory. When the Code42 app runs a check on startup to verify that it can perform all its required tasks, it encounters the problem with being unable to write to the logs. The Code42 app then shows the Uncaught exception error that prevents the Code42 app from starting.

Diagnose

Verify the problem by viewing the permissions on the Code42 app log directory.

Windows

Mac

Contact Customer Champions
If permissions for the log directory appear normal, contact our Customer Champions for help with fixing the problem of not being able to open the Code42 app.

Recommended solution

Resolve the issue by changing permissions for the Code42 app logs directory.

Windows

Mac