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# Posted on: 23-Nov-2006 10:16:31.  
Jez wrote:

SQL Server 2000 won't even install Angry

A big problem for me is that I have a lot of Windows PowerShell build scripts, but as PowerShell won't even install under Vista I'm going to have to come up with another way to build and deploy for now. Back to batch and vbs probably Angry


Yep, Sql Server 2000 isn't supported in Vista.

About PowerShell: for time being you can use RC2 version.
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# Posted on: 23-Nov-2006 11:56:50.  
Unfortunately the RC2 version doesn't install on Vista RTM, only Vista RC1.

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# Posted on: 23-Nov-2006 14:36:15.  
Bad luck then.
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# Posted on: 23-Nov-2006 17:50:16.  
PilotBob wrote:
Jez wrote:
A big problem for me is that I have a lot of Windows PowerShell build scripts, but as PowerShell won't even install under Vista I'm going to have to come up with another way to build and deploy for now. Back to batch and vbs probably Angry


Really, I thought powersheel was built into Vista? It's impossible to keep up with all the changes that occured over the life of Vista dev cycle.

BOb


May be of interest http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/webcasts/default.mspx


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# Posted on: 03-Apr-2007 22:41:04.  
I am running Vista RC1 (on Turion 64) and was encountering the installation failure at the end of the install process. I forget the number it gives, but it was listed at the top of this thread.

I am reporting that the action that enabled me to install LLBLGen is the one suggested by Otis:

1. To remove the User Account Control you need to go to Control Panel - > User accounts. There you will find an option to turn on or off the UAC (User account control).

After that it installed smoothly.

Scott

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