wwilcott
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TypeLib registration 2 Install failed

I upgraded Groupwise 8 to Groupwise 2012 sp4.
Everything went well. I upgraded the client on a few machine and it went well.
Then I tried updating a Win 7 64 bit and it failed with "Typelib registration 2 failed with 8002801C"
durring the install. The it finished and said installation success. Then when you try to open Groupwise client
It says it did not initialize properly. Contact admin. Class not registered OLE Error 80040154.
Since I have tried several other Win 7 32 bit machines and I am getting the same error.
Can someone point me in the right direction

thanks
Walt
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wwilcott
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Re: TypeLib registration 2 Install failed

Just tried it with Groupwise 2012 client and it installed fine.
I believe there is a problem with the client in the SP4 image
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Re: TypeLib registration 2 Install failed

In article <wwilcott.70pnvz@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Wwilcott
wrote:
> Just tried it with Groupwise 2012 client and it installed fine.
> I believe there is a problem with the client in the SP4 image


Have you tried the sp3 level client?
Also you may well be able to install the sp4 client after an earlier
2012 version is on the system. If so please report back.
Another possibility is that your Anti-virus software is getting in the
way, sometimes you just have to turn it off to get an install to work
well.


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Re: TypeLib registration 2 Install failed

I know this is an old thread, but possibly someone searhing for this will benefit:

This issue occurs, when the groupwise.msi is run without admin rights. Even when the user that starts it is member of the administrative group it happens. Must run it either from an elevated cmd shell or directly "as administrator".

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