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Re: Re: Can't install on Standalone W2K

From: Jason Filz <jfilz_at_email.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2008 00:41:45 -0600

Sorry tried that - I have already set - actually it was already like
that......- DisableMSI Type - REG_DWORD 0 = enable
Never installed it before and looked thought all entried in
Stoped and started the services.
Did the whole run "gpedit.msc" ie: Computer Policy/ computer
configuration/ administrator templates/ windows components/ windows
installer..........select "disable windows installer". (actually it all
orginally marked as "not configured") IT is now set to the "Never"
option- indicates that Windows Installer is fully enabled. Users can
install and upgrade software. Windows Installer is enabled by default on
Windows 2000.

I did all that - PLUS several others. I NEVER HAD SUCH PROBLEM
asked for help. This is MY install on Windows 2000 Pro with service pack
4 and it is refusing to install due to POLICY that is not even set.

There is SOME other issue - I just can't figure out.

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: "Stefan Küng"
  To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
  Subject: Re: Can't install on Standalone W2K
  Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2008 17:26:28 +0200

  Jason Filz wrote:
> I get a Permission error while installing. I have looked and no
> solution on this mailing list and all other solution on the web
> make a difference.
> Error: Windows Installer The system administrator has set policies
> prevent this installation.
> I have reinstalled WinInstaller, check disable mmi in regedit. Ect.
> I am login as ADMIN and even removed all user account and even
> does not need a user/password to login...... This is a stand alone
> system ---not on a domain controller. Actually it is a virtual
> machine - OSX.
> The people here DON'T want to provide an EXE install....... And I
> don't have Visual Studio to "make" it without the permission (as
> suggested to be able to install as per user - no per machine - in a
> domain install).


  Seriously? The first two results on that search page tell you exactly
  what's wrong and what you have to do.


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