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Problem installing iManager on Windows

I am trying to install iManager on my system.
I am using Windows 10 Enterprise. On my system, I have Oracle Java 1.8 64bit, Apache Tomcat 8 64bit and Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable Package x64 already installed.
When I run the installer iManagerInstall.exe, they showing me the below error
This Application has Unexpectedly Quit. Invocation of this Java Application has caused an Invocation TargetException. This application will now exit. (LAX)

I am using iMan_300_win_x86_64.
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Re: Problem installing iManager on Windows

The version ow windows that you are trying to use is not meant for
iMangaer Server installations:


If you are stuck using windows, you should use something like windows 2016
for the server installation. Otherwise you can use iManager Workstation
which is certified for windows 10.

Before you try using iManager 3.0 SP0 on anything, though, download the
current version and start there. iManager 3.0 SP4 has a full installer,
so you can install it from scratch and be patched to SP4 at the same time:


Patches like this one can be found from the Patch Finder page at

Good luck.

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