Updating to .437 Failed on w2k8 AD x64 Server

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by jimbo1199, May 25, 2009.

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  1. jimbo1199

    jimbo1199 Registered Member

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    I over installed from 4.0.314 on two W2k8 Servers, one an AD server with minor issues only. Several machines in this network have failed to load realtime monitoring on reboot sunce updating to v4 and windows vista/2k8 SP2

    The third server a w2k8 SP2 virtual Hyper-V AD Domain Controller failed to Update. It advised it would install after reboot. Since then I have tried everything including an msconfig basic services start to get it to fully uninstall 314 by re-installing it - to no avail. The upgrade uninstall failed to remove the server services and they are still running, and cannot be altered and the files are locked.

    choosing a reboot install prompts initially "Installer has insufficient privileges to Modify this file:c:\...\x86\msccp80.dll" - permissions on the folder and files eem fine.

    UAC is off

    Clicking through ignore finally moves to Registry access issues and finally fails to uninstall the service.

    is there a manual uninstall process, how does one get around the service being protected, is that appropriate on a forum??
     
  2. jimbo1199

    jimbo1199 Registered Member

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    Used SC to delete Service, Task manager to stop process, deleted registry and files under ESET folder, reboot - did it again, made sure all was clean. reboot

    Will not install, access permissions etc

    Cleaned up, this was ridiculous, silly.

    disabled windows defender (stopped service) was able to install proably coincidence, but realtime now does not/will not/cannot start or after reboot

    Will now uninstall, there are MAJOR PROBLEMS here. Now problems on other AD server.
     
  3. XN04113

    XN04113 Registered Member

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    NOD32 v4 with 2008/Vista including SP2 is at this time NOT a good idea.
    Please look at the other SP2 threads.

    Mike
     
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