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    Run-Time Check Failure #2 - Stack around the variable was corrupted.

    Hi All,

    I have problem during execution of my program.
    Error is Run-Time Check Failure #2 - Stack around the variable 'pwADErrBuff' was corrupted.
    I increased variable pwADErrBuff size from 256 to 2048. But, still have problem.

    Please help me in this,

    Code Snippet is below,

    WCHAR pwErrBuff[2048];
    WCHAR pwADErrBuff[2048];
    WCHAR * pADErrCodeStr;

    pwErrBuff[0] = NULL;
    pADErrCodeStr = CrackADError( passedhr);

    int maxAlloc = sizeof(pwErrBuff)/sizeof(WCHAR);

    // If an ADSI error code was returned, display it
    if (pADErrCodeStr[0] != NULL)
    {
    SAFE_APPEND(maxAlloc, pwErrBuff, L"<*> ADSI Error HRESULT Returns: <*> \n");
    SAFE_APPEND(maxAlloc, pwErrBuff, pADErrCodeStr);
    SAFE_APPEND(maxAlloc, pwErrBuff, L"\n");
    }

    // Call ADsGetLastError() to retrieve the error text from ADSI
    SAFE_APPEND(maxAlloc, pwErrBuff, L"<*> ADSI Error: <*>\n");

    hr = ADsGetLastError(
    &lError,
    pwADErrBuff,
    256,
    L"",
    0
    );


    if (FAILED(hr))
    SAFE_APPEND(maxAlloc, pwErrBuff, L"<Unable to retrieve ADs Error>");
    else
    SAFE_APPEND(maxAlloc, pwErrBuff, pwADErrBuff);



    SAFE_APPEND(maxAlloc, pwErrBuff, L"\n");

    WCHAR sz[1024];

    SAFE_APPEND(maxAlloc, pwErrBuff, L"<*> System Error: <*> \n");

    // Check the standard system to crack the bad HRESULT into a string
    if (!FormatMessageW(FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM, 0, passedhr, 0, sz, 1024, 0))
    wcscat(sz, L"Unknown HRESULT error");
    else
    SAFE_APPEND(maxAlloc, pwErrBuff, sz);


    // Display
    OutputDebugStringW(pwErrBuff);
    OutputDebugStringW(L"\r\n");
    _putws(L"\n**********");
    wprintf(L"\nERROR on %s\n\n",pwReason);
    _putws(pwErrBuff);
    printf("\nERROR on %X\n\n",passedhr);
    _putws(L"\n**********");

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    Re: Run-Time Check Failure #2 - Stack around the variable was corrupted.

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