error code 2869 windows server 2008 r2
Windows Update Error Code 80072ee2 Server 2008 R2Troubleshooting The installer needs to run with full administrative permissions. Open a new
Windows Update Error Code 80072f8f Server 2008 R2console window with "Run as administrator". From the console window, change to the directory containing the MSI. Run the installer with the following command: msiexec error 1053 windows server 2008 r2 /i "activesubscriber.msi" Navigation About Contact Download Products & prices Support User login Username: * Password: * Create new account Request new password ReddFish Intergalactic Active Subscriber was created by ReddFish Intergalactic. FAQs Features How-To Instructions Product Questions Troubleshooting Text Resize -A +A Random FAQs ListServer Managers group does not work as documented. Why are there question marks in the pre-requisites check? What is a list server? Customized Response Messages Language Support All FAQs
Asked QuestionsInstallation» How do I resolve Error Code 2869 http://www.jprog.com/wiki/How-do-I-resolve-Error-Code-2869-during-a-Windows-Vista-installation.ashx during an installation? [X] » How do I resolve Error Code 2869 during an installation? You will need to complete an 'administrative install' in order to complete the installation process. To complete an 'administrative install' server 2008 follow these steps:For builds 864 and older:Click on the Start button.In the Search field type CMD (no quotes). (Do not press Enter)In the search results field right click on Command PromptClick Run as AdministratorIn the command server 2008 r2 prompt windows type the following msiexec /i x:\rwcarewarebusinesstiersetup.msi Where x:\rwcarewarebusinesstiersetup.msi is the path to the business tier setup you are trying to installComplete the installation as normalFor builds 865 and newer:Right click the install fileClick PropertiesClick UnblockClick ApplyClick OKClick OKRight click the install fileClick Run as AdministratorComplete the installation as normal Back to InstallationBack to Frequently Asked Questions jProg is a registered trademark of Jeff Murray's Programming Shop, Inc. All other products mentioned are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies. Questions or problems regarding this web site should be directed to JeffMurray@jprog.com. © 1998- Jeff Murray's Programming Shop, Inc. (jProg) , all rights reserved.