[RC5] dnetc vs Win 7 - install problems

Chris Jones chrisj at distributed.net
Mon May 10 22:17:12 EDT 2010


Hi Kevin,

You may need to run that command from an elevated command prompt
(Right-Click Command Prompt -> Run as Administrator).  UAC in Windows 7
means that even domain admins aren't an administrator by default, and you
need admin rights to install a service.

Regards,

Chris

On Mon, 10 May 2010 18:06:30 -0700, Kevin McCoy <kgmccoy at idk-inc.com>
wrote:
> I am having problems with workstations that have been upgraded from XP 
> to Win7 Professional, 32-bit.. Does anyone know if there are any dnetc 
> client issues with this platform?
> 
> I am trying to install the client as a service. Normally I install 
> manually using the -install parameter in XP, but now dnetc.exe complains

> about access-denied problems and quits. At the time I was logged in as 
> domain admin, so I don't think there should be any access issues.
> 
> Are there any special INI settings I need to use to force the client to 
> store its files somewhere besides the EXE directory? Is the client smart

> enough to store its temp and log files in the app data directory on 
> Vista/Win 7?
> 
> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
> 
> Kevin G. McCoy
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