I apologize but screenshot is too small, I can't read it.
I will suggest you to search for cryptocme32.dll present in the machine. If present then please rename it, reboot the machine and run the ePO installer as per KB#: https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB52741&actp=search&viewlo cale=en_US&searchid=1324137563028.
Thank you for your last post. It helped me, indeed, but now I got another problem. I'm stuck at this step...
Here's what I`m interested in.
We got a server here, called "EPOSSQL00" which holds SQL 2008 R2 (I also created a DB, specially for Orchestrator).
Both, "EPOSSQL00" and the server I'm trying to install ePO on ("EPOSCARAGIU") are from the same workgroup - "CEE-USCE01"
I also managed to enable the SA account on SQL 2008 R2 and created a new user (SQL Account) with privileges on "EPOSSQL00" called "epo-admin". The account is enabled and works perfectly.
I know that the port must be 1433 or 1434 and I still get this error message. Do you know what it may probably be?
Thanks a lot!
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Thank you for the update and nice hearing that we have resolved the issue.
For new issues, I will suggest to create new thread so that it will be helpful for other readers.
First of all, I will suggest you to check are you able to login to SQL management studio with this user name (epo-admin)?
The default TCP port will be 1433 but this may differ. I will suggest you to verify it from SQL configuration manager.
Message was edited by: hem on 22/12/11 8:27:30 PM IST