Subject: System.Net.Sockets.SocketException (0x80004005)
Date: 2013-08-20 09:44:58
Source: system-net-sockets-socketexception-0x80004005

I started getting this error after patching the XP PC that the program runs on:

File download failure System.Net.Sockets.SocketException (0x80004005): An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.Receive(Byte[] buffer, Int32 offset, Int32 size, SocketFlags socketFlags) at c_MA.c_ZNC(Byte[] c_K3B, Int32 c_VNC, Int32 c_VJC, SocketFlags c_WNC) at c_ZV.c_ZNC(Byte[] c_K3B, Int32 c_VNC, Int32 c_J3B) at c_ZV.Read(Byte[] c_K3B, Int32 c_VNC, Int32 c_J3B) at c_YU.Read(Byte[] c_K3B, Int32 c_VNC, Int32 c_J3B) at ComponentPro.Net.Ftp.c_UWI(String c_YJC, Boolean c_KIF, String c_TKI, Int64 c_VWI, FileSystem c_UYC, String c_XLI, Stream c_ZKI, Int64 c_ASI, Boolean c_QWI, Boolean c_VHI) at ComponentPro.Net.Ftp.DownloadFile(String remotePath, String localPath, Int64 remoteOffset, Int64 localOffset) at ComponentPro.Net.Ftp.DownloadFile(String remotePath, String localPath) at FTP.Module1.Main()

This program runs from the Windows Scheduler without anyone logged in. It has been running without a problem for a few weeks. It does work if I log into the PC and run it manually. I'm using version 5.2.6171. Is it possible that a recent .Net Framework patch is causing this?



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