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install errors

Got a win2k3 VM here w/ 3 GB RAM, and almost 6GB free disk space on C:

Trying to install an ArcGIS Server for Microsoft .NET Framework
software using the 383MB .msp file on this 'box'.

When trying to install that, I get an error 1718, File <filename> was
rejected by digital signature policy.

Then, when trying to install the MS hotfix (KB925336) that supposedly
fixes this issue, *that* fails w/ an error Failed to migrate dependent
packages.

Supposedly the fix is more contiguous memory, not sure what else I can
do w/ this box, it's got 3GB of memory, & win2k3 won't see more than
that, right?

Suggestions? Other than fdisk, going linux, reformat, etc, etc.

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adrockk Contributor.
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Re: install errors

Stevo wrote:

> Got a win2k3 VM here w/ 3 GB RAM, and almost 6GB free disk space on C:
>
> Supposedly the fix is more contiguous memory, not sure what else I can
> do w/ this box, it's got 3GB of memory, & win2k3 won't see more than
> that, right?
>


PAE will let a 32 bit machine see over 4 GB, but will add some (small)
Page swapping latency.

You might have to manually enable it though:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/283037


> When trying to install that, I get an error 1718, File <filename> was
> rejected by digital signature policy.


This doesn't look like a memory issue to me, looks like a security
policy issue.

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adrockk Contributor.
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Re: install errors


> PAE will let a 32 bit machine see over 4 GB, but will add some (small)
> Page swapping latency.
>
> You might have to manually enable it though:
> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/283037
>
>



Forgot to mention: It's only available on Enterprise/DataCtr editions

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Re: install errors

If its a "Contiguous Memory" issue, then PAE likely will not help.

The Virtual Address space of apps is limited to 2GB.
This error usually indicates and issue with this virtual range.

A /3GB switch could be used to increase this, but again this will likely
not help with "Contiguous" error messages.

Most likely something is getting loaded into the 2GB memory region in
the middle somewhere.

The whole thing is quite complicated....

However, This long detailed article from IBM explains it quite well in
relation to how this effects Java.

http://download.boulder.ibm.com/ibmdl/pub/software/dw/jdk/diagnosis/dw3gbswitch3.pdf


On 3/26/2010 12:05 PM, Adam Gabriel wrote:
>
>> PAE will let a 32 bit machine see over 4 GB, but will add some (small)
>> Page swapping latency.
>>
>> You might have to manually enable it though:
>> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/283037
>>
>>

>
>
> Forgot to mention: It's only available on Enterprise/DataCtr editions


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: install errors

On 03/26/2010 10:25 AM, Stevo wrote:
> Got a win2k3 VM here w/ 3 GB RAM, and almost 6GB free disk space on C:
>
> Trying to install an ArcGIS Server for Microsoft .NET Framework
> software using the 383MB .msp file on this 'box'.
>
> When trying to install that, I get an error 1718, File <filename> was
> rejected by digital signature policy.
>
> Then, when trying to install the MS hotfix (KB925336) that supposedly
> fixes this issue, *that* fails w/ an error Failed to migrate dependent
> packages.
>
> Supposedly the fix is more contiguous memory, not sure what else I can
> do w/ this box, it's got 3GB of memory, & win2k3 won't see more than
> that, right?
>
> Suggestions? Other than fdisk, going linux, reformat, etc, etc.
>

Did you try the registry hack work around listed in the KB article?

What version of Arcserver are you running? I haven't seen this problem
but I am running the java version.

Brad


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: install errors

I think I heard Brad Averbeck say something like:

> Did you try the registry hack work around listed in the KB article?


No, haven't tried that.

> What version of Arcserver are you running? I haven't seen this
> problem but I am running the java version.


Believe it's 9.3, trying to go to 9.3.1.

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Stevo
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: install errors

We have done this in a (VMWare) VM a bunch of times. Its either spurious
security policy errors or your VM really does need fdisk.



On 3/26/10 12:27 PM, Stevo wrote:
> I think I heard Brad Averbeck say something like:
>
>> Did you try the registry hack work around listed in the KB article?

>
> No, haven't tried that.
>
>> What version of Arcserver are you running? I haven't seen this
>> problem but I am running the java version.

>
> Believe it's 9.3, trying to go to 9.3.1.
>


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: install errors

Oh how I love MS products. Reverted back to the snapshot on this,
tried the install again after trying a couple different installs that
failed, voila! It worked......................


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Stevo
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