Maybe you can Logon, on the PC from your coworker with your user Account. If you then get the error there aswell, you know it is not the installation that is causing the problem.
If it is not the installation, then i would check Enviorment Variables and your Personal wdir maybe somrthing there is wrong.
Maybe this helps.
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Take a look at Appendix A of the DxDesigner Automation Reference Manual. You have a script being loaded at startup (probably through a scripts.ini file in your company WDIR) that is accessing a method that is no longer available with the current release of software. You'll need to go through a process of elimination to find out which script is problematic, then fix the script to work with the current installed release.
Thank you for your replies. I found that it was indeed a problem with the scripts.ini. While it was set to load *.vbs, there were no such files in the directory. But removing the file turned out to solve the problem(our "expert" colleague said it was no problem to remove it). So thank you for the suggestions. Now i only battle with the occasional message about not being able to read iCDB..
..it remains a mystery why none of my other colleagues got the same error, by the way.