10-28-2008 11:25 AM
We are running Terminal Services on a Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition Server. When I try to install CD 2 with SQL 2000 on the server I receive the following message:
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 installation failed. A possible reason may be that you do not have full control permissions to the HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL registry key.
I am logged into the server as a domain administrator. I have added the domain administrator account to the registry key but I still receive the same message. I have also logged into the server as the local admim and still receive the message. If I insert my SQL CD the installation proceeds fine.
I am trying to install ACT Premium for Workgroups 2006.
10-29-2008 12:29 AM
The version you are trying to install was not designed to go on terminal server. the said I have done this but the problem is a Microsoft issues not particularly an ACT issue as you probable already have SQL installed and what you may need to do is to manually create the SQL instance (there are articles in the knowledge base about this) and then you should be able to install ACT.
Disk 2 is purely a replication of the Microsoft install for SQL and you might also try go the the Microsoft KBand put in the error as in the past there have been a number of responses for this.
10-31-2008 04:14 AM
You need to install directly onto the server, not in a TS client
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