installing app-v server


I try to install app-v 4.6 on windows 2008 r2 std. and i get the error
Error:25105 the installation program encountered an error when attemping to write to a required file."

And yes i googeld it but nothing worked:(

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Posted by: roni86 9 years ago
Blue Belt
Application Virtualization Management Server
Posted by: ksaunam 9 years ago
Orange Senior Belt
Maybe you could enable MSI logging for the installation and post relevant part of the generated log here? It just might tell what file is causing the issue.
Posted by: roni86 9 years ago
Blue Belt
i want to logon to the database and I get.. SoftGrid Management Console Errors 0000C800
Posted by: vkleiner 9 years ago
Orange Senior Belt
research in this format and keywords will be successfull: App-V Error Erorcode

For typical error codes use this search format: App-V Error xx-xxxxxxxx. See results for app-v error 25105 or app-v error 0000C800.
The Microsoft Knowledgebase is also a good recource to find a solution. See KB930565  for further details.

Check out the permission settings, descibed in the Microsoft Whitepaper Application Virtualization Trial Guide; see section Grant Execute permission on the SftMgmt.udl file for App-V Administrators group.

Another solution is to deinstall .NET 4 before you install the app-v server. The Framework can be install after the setup again.

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