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SCN HAT v1_9_6 and 1_9_7 setup.cmd problem. Need urgent HELP

HI

I have encountered problems on setup.cmp in SCN HAT 1_9_6 as well as 1_9_7.

I installed this 3-4 times but same response.

In v1_9_6 - It says that application called "cacls.exe" is not found. Please find it and copy it in C:\Windows|system32 (view attached picture 1_9_6)

In v1_9_7 - It says check the path file.(view attached picture 1_9_7)

Its bugging me a lot. I wanted help from you. Please help me.

THANKS IN ADVANCE

Thanks

Kamaljeeth

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2015 at 05:12 PM

    I think you're asking this question in the wrong forum. This space is specifically for the SAP BusinessObjects .NET SDK. I'm not sure where to send you to, though. Sorry!

    -Dell

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  • Posted on Nov 18, 2015 at 08:42 PM

    Maybe if we know what product you are trying to install, we can figure out the best place for the query. Other than that, below is a site index doc that lists all the SCN forums - perhaps you can check which of those will be the best one for your product(?).

    SCN Site Index

    - Ludek

    Senior Support Engineer AGS Product Support, Global Support Center Canada

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