Hi,

I have installed wise package studio 7.0 on my vista laptop but facing issues in setting up the Wise repository where we need to setup the wise services database, workbench database and software manager database.

I get an error as you do not have sufficint permission to setup this. While I am an administrator on machine.

Anyone have idea what could be wrong which is stopping me to create the required datbase for wise.

Please provide your comments.

Thanks,
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Hmmm...I'm wondering what this has to do with 'Package Development'...

Have you posted in the 'Wise Application Packaging' forum on Symantec's Connect portal?
Answered 09/03/2009 by: VBScab
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here is how you have to configure SQL server:
http://eduzine.edujini-labs.com/archives/24-HOWTO-Configure-Microsoft-SQL-Server-for-Mixed-Mode-Authentication.html
Answered 09/03/2009 by: sbequette
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Did you turn off UAC during this task?
Answered 09/03/2009 by: AngelD
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Hi,

What is UAC..Pls advise.
Answered 09/04/2009 by: djain3
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What is UAC..Pls advise.

http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/vista-repackaging-best-practices-wise-package-studio

UAC is a new feature on the vista OS

if you will be repackaging apps on vista the I suggest having a look at these guide lines on vista repackaging
Answered 09/04/2009 by: cygan
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before you install wise on vista you will need to turn off uac

you will need to go to control panel and select user accounts
turn off uac
and restart your pc
then you can install wise
Answered 09/04/2009 by: cygan
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Many Thanks to cygan and AngelD.....wise now installed on vista :)

you guys are great...
Answered 09/05/2009 by: djain3
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No offence but...you're going to be packaging for Vista and you asked what UAC is?!?
Answered 09/05/2009 by: VBScab
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