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SQL Server 2008, RTM, X64 on Server 2008 x64 fails install

Postby U3RldmUgVGlja25lcg » Thu, 06 Nov 2008 00:14:03 GMT

I'm trying to do a full install of SQL 2008 enterprise on Windows Server 2008 
enterprise SP1. The setup program has performed all the necessary 
pre-requisite installs and upgrades and I'm able to start the setup program. 
Very quickly I get the following error:

Error writing to file: Microsoft.AnalysisServices.AdomdClient.dll verify 
that you have access to that directory.

it doesn't actually say what directory?

The log file (sql_common_core_Cpu64_1.log) shows the following entries at 
failure;
MSI (s) (20:B8) [22:30:31:895]: Note: 1: 1305 2: 
E:\x64\setup\sql_common_core_msi\Windows\Gac\wsef9rl7.dll 3: 1 
MSI (s) (20:B8) [22:30:31:895]: Note: 1: 1310 2: 80 3: 
Microsoft.AnalysisServices.AdomdClient.dll 
MSI (s) (20:B8) [22:32:14:777]: Product: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Common 
Files -- Error 1310. Error writing to file: 
Microsoft.AnalysisServices.AdomdClient.dll.  System error 80.  Verify that 
you have access to that directory.

MSI (s) (20:B8) [22:32:14:777]: Note: 1: 1310 2: 80 3: 
Microsoft.AnalysisServices.AdomdClient.dll 
Error 1310. Error writing to file: 
Microsoft.AnalysisServices.AdomdClient.dll.  System error 80.  Verify that 
you have access to that directory.
MSI (s) (20:B8) [22:32:16:009]: Product: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Common 
Files -- Error 1310. Error writing to file: 
Microsoft.AnalysisServices.AdomdClient.dll.  System error 80.  Verify that 
you have access to that directory.

I'm trying to do this install using a remote console, might that be the 
problem?

Thanks for your help
steve


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