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Enterprise Policy Management Framework with SQL Server 2008


Enterprise Policy Management Framework with SQL Server 2008

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Hi guys

I have installed the Enterprise Policy Management Framework for SQL Server 2008.

the problem is this:

I have 3 virtual servers for testing purposes, 2 have SQL 2008 Dev edition x86 SP1 Cumulative Update 4, and the 3rd have SQL 2008 x64 dev edition SP1 Cumulative Update 4.

So basiccaly the 3 SQL servers are the same.

If i install the Enterprise Policy Management Framework in one of the x86 server in order to check policies in the other 2 (one x86 and one x64), it does not work.

Basically the tables in the DB are not populated and reports do not show anyting.

If i install the Enterprise Policy Management Framework in the 64bit server, and I check the policies in the 2 x86 servers than it works fine and reports show data correclty.

Any idea why it works on the 64bit and not in the x86?

I followed the instructions fine on both installations, on the x86 and on the x64......x64 works fine....please help.
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