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LoadRunner Cloud not installing on Windows Server 2019 Standard

I'm installing the LoadRunner Cloud OPLG to a load generator that is running Windows Server 2019 Standard.

During install I have had to add .NET 3.5 and C++ Redistributables, and then the installation fails because Windows patch KB2999226 is not installed.

I can not find this OS Update at Microsoft for Server 2019. Is this an installation package issue? Maybe Server 2019 has incorporated this MS update already, but the install package is still looking for it?

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hi AJ

we did not certify this OS for OPLG yet but we will be more than happy to help if we can have a quick session to go over the issue you facing.

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I'm available to go through this now for 15 minutes.
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@benny-abergel Attached log file and error message snapshot. 

It appears that the installation script doesn't have a check for 2019 Server, and may be applying a default check for KB2999226, even if there is no such patch available for Windows 2019 Server.

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Can you try extract our executable setup using 7zip and manually run load generator setup?
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I've already done that a few times, before and after trying to disable UAC.
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Please share your email I will set a quick session for us
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@benny-abergel I'm not on the client site again until January 6th, 2020. I can not access the VM until I'm on their network unfortunately. Can we set up a meeting for the morning of Jan 6 GMT? My email address is ajlampe@hotmail.com

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