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Upgrading to Windows 2003


Upgrading to Windows 2003

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Chris,

Thank you for this article. Extremely informative, great planning aides, and a great archive for those of us who have not made the leap to Windows 2003.

All the best,

Dale

Edited by - DALEC on 09/11/2003 08:30:16 AM


All the best,

Dale

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Thanks for the comments Smile

Btw, just installed a fresh version of win2003, on installing crystal reports 8.5 i noticed that the admin pages didnt render, only to find the application extensions for the following types did not install:

.cwr, .cri, .csp, .rpt, .shtx
C:\Program Files\Seagate Software\WCS\wcsinsapi.dll
all verbs
script engine

sorting this out at the website in which the admin virtual dir is hosted worked fine.

Cheers

Ck

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The above post was very helpful! Thank you for the tips! I installed Crystal Enterprise 8.x on Windows Server 2003. Just as stated above, I added the following Application Extension Mappings: .cri, .csp, .cwr, .rpt, .shtx. All of them worked except the .cwr extension (admin.cwr). I finally got it to work by unchecking the "Verify that file exists" option! Once I unchecked it the Crystal Management Console (admin.cwr) displayed just fine.

Thanks again!
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