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error "Server busy" at the time of launching Crystal Report 2008

Hi

I have installed Crystal Report 2008 from CD .While launching the Crystal Report I am facing the error as "Server Busy".Below are the thing which I have tried:

1)Unchecked the option "Checked for updates" in help menu

2)Uninstalled the application manually and again I have installed.

3)I have tried installing on another machine however I am facing the same error message.

My Computer's RAM size is 1.97 GB.

Any help would be appreciated.

Regards

Ashu.

Edited by: Ashu User on Aug 13, 2008 11:14 AM

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 11:32 AM

    Hi Ashu

    Please make sure the below information:

    1. If you are getting this eror message while opening Crystal Reports 2008 or Xcelsius 2008.

    2. If you are getting this error message for Crystal 2008, have you installed the Crystal Reports on a Citrix Server or a Terminal Server.

    3. Search if the Citrix/Terminal Server that you are using is supported or not.(You can check in the CR 2008 Supported Platforms PDF).

    Hope this helps!!!

    Regards

    Sourashree

    Edited by: Sourashree Ghosh on Aug 13, 2008 1:45 PM

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