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Re: Can't install on Standalone W2K

From: Jason Filz <jfilz_at_email.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2008 02:01:20 -0600

 So no help?

I guess tortoisesvn can't be installed on Windows 2000 Pro.

Everyone raves about this software - but no one seems to know how to
install it on a W2K Pro Stand-alone system - not on a domain -
Administrator's account - Windows installer enabled - Never has Norton
installed - Stopped/started the installer services - ran the MSI clean up
tool - looked in and set entires in gpedit.msc and secpol.msc - UAC was
tried enabled and disabled.

Does ANY one out there have a version that actually works on this
version. Or even better yet has a compiled version that does not need
policies.

Pointing to Google and saying the solution is there...Is NOT helpfull. I
have look at over 50 pages an tried all solutions listed before I tried
asking the first time. Having now looked at over 200 differnt post I
THINK I HAVE TRIED THEM ALL.

ANY REAL SOLUTIONS?

This software is no darn good other wise.

Better yet - when is some one going to compile a mac/unix/linux
version...

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: "Jason Filz"
  To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
  Subject: Re: Re: Can't install on Standalone W2K
  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
  HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Installer\Products\
  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
  INSTALLING ANY SOFTWARE IN MY 20 YEARS IN THE INDUSTRY! That is why I
  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
    don't
> make a difference.
>
> Error: Windows Installer The system administrator has set
    policies to
> 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
    tried
> 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).

    http://www.google.com/search?q=The+system+administrator+has+set+policies+to+prevent+this+installation&sourceid=navclient-ff&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1B3GGGL_en___LI221

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

    Stefan

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