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6.20 Client Install Data Protector client on Windows 2008 R2

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Hi, I'm having problems installing the client Data Protector 6.20 on Windows 2008 R2, the Cell Manager is a Windows 2003 32 bits.

The installation of both local and remote tells me he has been good but the service does not appear in the list of server services

You know it can be?

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user account control feature is the responsible for that.

 

either completelly disable it, or istall the client locally by navigating to the omniback shared folder on the installation server, right clicking the executable, and choosing "run as administrator" (if you have already tried to install it previously, you better first unistall it, and then reinstall using the method i mentioned)

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user account control feature is the responsible for that.

 

either completelly disable it, or istall the client locally by navigating to the omniback shared folder on the installation server, right clicking the executable, and choosing "run as administrator" (if you have already tried to install it previously, you better first unistall it, and then reinstall using the method i mentioned)

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Zigoze Thanks, I've tried as comets and working properly.

regards

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