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Re: Installation Help

From: Markus Schuh <markus.schuh_at_sdm.de>
Date: 2006-07-13 23:59:04 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> On 7/13/06, Wang, Simon X <swang@trane.com> wrote:
>> My OS is Win2K with SP4. When I run the
>> TortoiseSVN-1.3.2.5840-svn-1.3.0.msi to install the
>> Subversion, I got the error message:
>>
>> "The installation package could not be opened. Verify that the package
>> exists and that you can access it, or contact the application vendor to
>> verify that this is a valid Windows Installer package."
> Seems the installer service is either not running or can't access the
> msi file.
> Make sure the installer service is running, and that the user SYSTEM
> has full access to the msi file.
If you checked the above then check this special case of "full access":
%TEMP% should not be encrypted with EFS. (Windows included encryption in
W2K/XP Prof.)
With an enrcrypted %TEMP% there may be problems when installing msi
packages. Files that should be installed are extracted into a subdir of
%TEMP% and automagically encrypted with the public encryption key of the
actual user. Th msi service - running as SYSTEM user - has no rights to
decrypt these files and the installation fails.
I realized this problem once in the past on W2K and did not try to
enable EFS encryption on %TEMP% since then. So may be this is not true
any more.

-- 
Markus Schuh
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