MS Enterprise Enterprise Library 2.0

Sunday 5th March, 2006 at 1:16 pm Leave a comment

The Enterprise Library for .NET 2.0 installs ok although building the Enterprise Library will fail as it won’t have permission to the target directory unless you are logged in as an Administrator.

To get around this (you’ll need to have set or know the Administrators password):

  • Drop to the cmd prompt (WinKey + R cmd)
  • runas /noprofile /user:\Administrator \BuildLibrary.bat
    • I prefer to deal with any errors in realtime so I use: “runas /noprofile /user:\Administrator cmd” and then navigate to the directory and run the batch command.
  • (Enter the Administrators password)
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Entry filed under: .NET, Compatible Applications, Development, Microsoft, Vista, Visual Studio, x64.

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  • 1. Scott Rudy  |  Thursday 22nd June, 2006 at 7:28 pm

    Hmmm…it might have been easier to just simply change the installation directory to a non-monitored folder. I personally use d:\Program Files for any files that will need user modification. The other thing you can do is use the combatibility files feature as long as you only have one id using the files.

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