Could you provide additional details via the "View problem details" option or the event viewer?
When a process stops working, there's pretty much never one thing to just "fix the issue". It will depend on the cause.
That's interesting. urlmon has been known to cause issues with embedded browsers, which is what the webpull process is.
Try re-registering the dll. You can use the following command in a command line:
It was re-registered the dll but it did not work, the error is the same.
Could you provide the following info?
What version of .NET is running?
What's the EPM Core version?
What's the OS it's running on?
The exception code at the very bottom of your screenshot is c0000005. This would be a typical Error 5, i.e. access denied (its technically Access Violation, which can be caused by other stuff, but permission is still a big one). Are you running the console as a user with local admin rights on the box?
It sounds like you have a case opened with your TRM on this, so I'll hold off on continuing this thread as I work with him so as to not duplicate communications.
I'll post a comment with the resolution for future reference if others run into this issue.
The issue was that we were using a copy of the default HP warranty rule. Looks like LANDesk / Ivanti silently updates the default rule once in a while, but obviously the changes are not replicated to these copies.
So long story short, the updated default rule solves this issue.