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Greetings.

PDSOE 11.6 win64 v10, installed on E:\ (SSD)

I'm trying to apply 11.61, 6.2 and 63 all to my workstation, but when run the 11.6.1 instaell program, it beaks out with a message about :

OpenEdge r11.6 is not installed....

I uncompressed the contents of the install pack on E:\T\1 directory, and from there I ran the setup program..

Thanks...

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  • Octavio,
     
    You may have a messed up registry from the 11.6 installation.  Try using the ini2reg utility to load the progress.ini values into both hkey_current_user and hkey_local_machine.
     
    Also, you only need to install the 11.6.3 service pack.  Service packs are cumulative.  :-)
     
    Brian

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  • Octavio,
     
    You may have a messed up registry from the 11.6 installation.  Try using the ini2reg utility to load the progress.ini values into both hkey_current_user and hkey_local_machine.
     
    Also, you only need to install the 11.6.3 service pack.  Service packs are cumulative.  :-)
     
    Brian

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    Von: OctavioOlguin [mailto:bounce-OctavioOlguin@community.progress.com]
    Gesendet: Dienstag, 17. Januar 2017 21:43
    An: TU.OE.General@community.progress.com
    Betreff: [Technical Users - OE General] Can't install service packs
     
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    Greetings.

    PDSOE 11.6 win64 v10, installed on E:\ (SSD)

    I'm trying to apply 11.61, 6.2 and 63 all to my workstation, but when run the 11.6.1 instaell program, it beaks out with a message about :

    OpenEdge r11.6 is not installed....

    I uncompressed the contents of the install pack on E:\T\1 directory, and from there I ran the setup program..

    Thanks...

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