I have an ia32 program which can be built on system A or system B both running Windows 7 32-bit with Visual Studio 2010 SP1 and IVF 2013.5.198
Either of these executables will work on system A but has an Access Violation on system B when it attempts to open a dialog which contains an ActiveX object.
This would seem to be a Windows 7 policy/permissions problem. No files beyond the executable are being accessed. This only happens when the dialog contains an ActiveX object. Does anyone out there know of a policy/permission which would be tied to using an ActiveX object in a Fortran program? The two machines have the same Windows 7 Enterprise 32-bit, but they were setup by different individuals so easily could have different policies/permissions. It's probably unrelated but system A has internet access while system B is isolated from the net.