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Visual Studio Integration Manager Privileges Problem

Hi,

I´m using Visual Studio 2008 spanish Pro and CR basic for visual studio 2008 and CR2008 and I install Visual Studio Integration Manager. Mi computer have a Windows 7 profesional spanish and the user is in administrator group.

In a Administrator Command Windows I run:

C:Program FilesBusiness ObjectsCommonToolsVisual Studio Integration Manager

in>vsim -switch VS2008=10.5

Checking if current user has administrator priviledge . .Done!

We have detected that you are logged on with a user account that doesn't have th

e necessary privileges to perform this operation on this computer. It is recomme

nded that you logon again with an administrative account and start this wizard a

gain to select the appropriate Crystal Reports version.(VVT00001)

What privileges are need?

Thank´s for help

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    Posted on Apr 04, 2011 at 03:23 PM

    For Windows 7, try right clicking on the installer and making sure it is unblocked. Downloaded files are blocked by default and certain operations are no allowed even if the file is run as an administrator.

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  • Posted on Apr 20, 2011 at 01:12 PM

    Hi,

    i got the same problem on two XP-Machines.

    Installed:

    Windows XP Pro SP3

    Microsoft Visual Studio 2008

    Version 9.0.21022.8 RTM

    Microsoft .NET Framework

    Version 3.5 SP1

    Installierte Edition: Professional

    Crystal Reports 2008 for Visual Studio

    Crystal Reports 2008 (Evalution License)

    User running as Computeradminstrator.

    C:\>"C:\Programme\Business Objects\Common\Tools\Visual Studio Integration Manager\bin\VSIM.exe" -display

    Installed VS version Active CR version

    2008 - Visual Studio 2008 Invalid - Invalid

    C:\>

    log.txt:

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,343 INFO - Start to validate VSIM configuration file.

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,406 INFO - Finished validating VSIM configuration file.

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,437 INFO - Registered CR version for VS 2008 is 12,0

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,437 INFO - Start to check CR 12,0 is integrated into VS 2008

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 INFO - Finished checking CR 12,0 is integrated into VS 2008

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 INFO - Check result is True

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 INFO - Start to check CR 12.0 is removed into VS 2008

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 ERROR - Leftover registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0\Editors\{F9A38F8B-5027-433e-8DE0-7A033C629EEA}

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 ERROR - Leftover registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0\Editors\{FE913DD8-3818-4AEB-AEA6-6C43C58EF718}

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 ERROR - Leftover registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0\Packages\{1DC6B9A7-5614-4758-95ED-6679AC722D15}

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 ERROR - Leftover registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0\Packages\{FE913DD8-3818-4AEB-AEA6-6C43C58EF718}

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 INFO - Finished checking CR 12.0 is removed into VS 2008

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 INFO - Check result is False

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 INFO - Start to check CR 10.5 is removed into VS 2008

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 INFO - Finished checking CR 10.5 is removed into VS 2008

    2011-04-20 15:09:14,484 INFO - Check result is True

    I will use Crystal Report 2008 on my machine, but only if vsim can switch it!

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    • My suggestion from above stands, use Process Monitor and start looking for permission type issues. Unfortunately we don't use this Visual Studio Integration Manager much in support because we have an extensive testing environment with all our systems isolated. The times we have tested this we have no problems, which doesn't really help customers like you 😔

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