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I am having this exact same issue except without the jdk installed. Anyone have any thoughts? Markco, figure anything out?
I had try.
I think it is not related to jdk.
Should be related to DOTNET 2.0 SP1 and above.
My Win2003 server install
1) jdk 1.5.14
2) Microsoft DOTNET 2.0
3) Microsoft DOTNET 2.0 SP1
4) Microsoft DOTNET 3.0
5) Microsoft DOTNET 3.0 SP1
Then I try to uninstall software one by one.
I uninstall DOTNET 3.0, 3.0SP1.
--> Installation still fail.
Finally I uninstall all Microsoft DOTNET 2.0, 2.0 SP1.
Then reinstall DOTNET 2.0 ONLY.
And then InDesign CS3 Server can install and run successfully.
So it is related to DOTNET 2.0 SP1.
Now I am testing:
1st: install DOTNET 2.0
2nd: InDesign CS3 server (no problem find).
3rd: install DOTNET 2.0 SP1
--> not know the result yet.... still installing....
Humm, interesting. I am uninstalling .NET 2.1 right now (after the Adobe uninstall finishes).
I am also on a brand-new Windows 2003 Standard server.
I did the following step:
1st: Uninstall all DOTNET 2.0, 2.0SP1, 3.0, 3.0SP1.
2st: Reinstall DOTNET 2.0
3rd: Install InDesign CS3 server (no problem find, up and running).
4th: Install DOTNET 2.0 SP1
After did all step, InDesign CS3 server can startup by Windows services or cmd (InDesignServer.com), work with DOTNET 2.0 SP1.
More detail test need to take.
It's working for me thus far.
1) Uninstall Adobe InDesign CS3 Server
2) Uninstall .NET 2.1 (couldn't find .NET 2.0 to uninstall)
3) Install .NET 2.0 via dotnetfx.exe
4) Install Adobe InDesign CS3 Server and reboot
5) Now... time to install .NET 2.1 again
Note: I never had .NET 3.x installed on this machine.
InDesignServerWinService started just fine. I also applied a patch after the InDesign Server install for .NET 2.x (security related) and that did not affect anything.
I think I'm in good shape now.
Thanks Markco for posting your updates in real-time!
Send me an email: eric.willis at gmail dot com
Good news for both of us.
Notes about your step:
- Uninstall .NET 2.1 (couldn't find .NET 2.0 to uninstall)
Yes, after you install 2.0 SP1, "add/remove program" will only have DOTNET 2.0SP1 leave, no more DOTNET 2.0
If you uninstall DOTNET 2.0SP1, you are uninstall DOTNET 2.0 + 2.0SP1 at the same time.
pls try install DOTNET 2.0SP1.
I had install DOTNET 2.0SP1, InDesignServerWinService or cmd (InDesignServer.com) both work fine.
But I did not have anything (java, plugin...) for testing the InDesignServer is work fine with DOTNET 2.0SP1.
I just focus on installaton.
Do u have any code/software/plugin for testing the function.
I do not have any code to test the functionality yet. That's my next step. I'll let you know if I come up with something to test it.
DataGridViewComboBoxColumn in Datagridview
I have bind the DataGridViewComboBoxColumn in DataGridview with the dataset.
When we Click on CoboBox Column we have click 2 or 3 times.
Display record in DataGridViewComboBoxColumn by single click
Is there any solution for click once for DataGridViewComboBoxColumns
Solution to this problem:<br />- Goto the folder <installationfiles>\payloads\NET20<br />- Remove readonly attribute from file NET20.proxy.xml<br />- Edit the file:<br />Look for the line<br /><br /><IsInstalledScript><br /><br />2 lines below that change var result = "0"; to var result = "1";<br /><br />The installation now believes you have a Vista machine with preinstalled .NET 2.0<br /><br />That's all
i am getting the same error, but with indesign cs3, not indesign cs3 server.
i'm running xp pro, i have installed this before, it worked fine until recently, when it started asking for me to agree to the tos, where i would click agree, and the program would shut down.
so i uninstalled it, and now it will not install, what could be the prob?
The InDesign Server installation issues being discussed in this thread have to do with the .NET Framework, which doesn't apply to InDesign. So, your problem is almost certainly due to something else.
My recommendation would be to follow the instructions on the following page to see if running the CS3 Cleaner Utility solves your problem:
# Delete files and folders with CS3 in the name.<br /># In the Address bar near the top of the window type one of the following:<br /><br /> * On Windows Vista, type: \Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Adobe<br /> * On Windows XP, type: \Documents and Settings\<user_name>\Local Settings\Application Data\Adobe <br /><br /># Delete files and folders with CS3 in the name. <br /><br />Won't this affect my Photoshop and Illustrator CS3 installation?
There are several clean-up options. It is recommended that you begin
with the lowest number and work your way up until the applications
Level 1: Remove CS3 Applications. Does NOT remove Acrobat 8. Deletes
all program files & cleans registry.
Level 2: Remove CS3 Applications & Acrobat 8. Deletes all program
files & cleans registry.
Choose clean-up level:
I see only two and they both stink.
You mean to tell me that I have to uninstall every CS3 program I have on my computer, just to uninstall Indesign, so I can properly install it?
Is this a joke?
I have CS3 flash, permier, acrobat pro, illustrator, photoshop and dreaweaver installed.
I also have lots of work to do.
Whats going on here?