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Can't install Set Security on Windows 7

Can't install Set Security on Windows 7

Can't install Set Security on Windows 7

(OP)
We have NICE Perform 3.5 and having a problem getting the Set Security to install on this one particular laptop with Windows 7. We have it on other Windows 7 computers but on this one, we go through all the install steps with no errors but when we go to the Perform login screen, it says to run Set Security again.

Any help would be appreciated!!

RE: Can't install Set Security on Windows 7

(OP)
Figured out what the problem was. The laptop had .NET 4.5.1 on it and Set Security won't work with that version. Put him back to .NET 4.0 and it worked.

RE: Can't install Set Security on Windows 7

Required on all client workstations if .Net 4.5.1 has been installed the following registry configuration is required to allow Full Site Trust Permissions as set by the Set Security Tool:
 Registry Location:
 32-bit environment: HKLM\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\.NETFramework
 64-bit environment: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\.NETFramework
 Required Configuration:
 New>DWORD (32-bit) Value
 Call it EnableIEHosting
 Give it Value 1

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