Was it the "(0xc0000022)" error that you were receiving on Windows 10? I was getting that error too. I had some time to kill so I investigated the problem and found it was rooting from the system file "dplayx.dll", which is used in DirectPlay (which is disabled by default in Windows 10, to my knowledge). To be safe I went to C:\Windows\SysWOW64\, found the .dll, and went into it's advanced security settings and granted myself full access to it.
After that, I enabled DirectPlay in Legacy Components - (Control Panel > Programs > Turn Windows features on or off > Legacy Components > Tick DirectPlay and apply). After that the program finally ran successfully.