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Install CDONE

Install CDONE

Install CDONE

I want install CDOne on my server (Windows2000 sp3) but I've a error message :
  cannot create the install dependency file.

When I click Next on Typical installation.
Is there anybody can help me...please !!

RE: Install CDONE

I've Forgot it :
My Java Version is V 5.00.3802
My Windows Installer Version is V 6.0.2448.0
My Windows Version is Win2k V 5.00.2195

Please help me if you have encuntred similar problems ...

RE: Install CDONE

SP3 is not suported by CiscoWorks. Could you try in an SP2 server?

RE: Install CDONE

I've already try it too but the problem is the same...
But I think I've found where my problem is...
My processor is a Pentium4 and it seems that isn't compatible with the version of Java use in the CDone install !!

RE: Install CDONE


to solve this problem just remove the file symcjit.dll from jre/bin directory and try to install again...

Best Regards,

Renato Ribeiro

RE: Install CDONE

Hi I have had simialr problems installing cd 2 not found a solution yet but heres how far I got.

Hi all I have loaded CD one of CISCO works 2000 onto a Pentium 4 which worked fine once I updated a dll to prevent java error message. Unfortunately when I try to load any second CD e.g. Campus manager I receive the following error message:-

Cannot create the install dependency file.

Has anyone had any similar issues it is on NT 4.0 Server set up as stand alone with service pack 5 loaded.

Many thanks


RE: Install CDONE

I got this message when installing from Hard disk, It turned out that the file copy from the CD had not created the subfolders (due to winzip, as the server was remote all files were copied compressed).
Check you have a sub folder called dependency, again with subfolders. and it is readable.

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