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RESOLVED I can't install REX Envinroment force

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Hello, I have a problem installing REX Environment Force. I run the installer, download the required files and then i launch setup. After some seconds, the setup starts to install SQL Server, but just after that, Windows says that it must be updated a Local Host... etcetera, with buttons Retry or Ignore. If i push on Retry, I always have the same message, if I push Ignore the installation process goos on with the installation, but when I try to run REX Environment Force, it doesn't work. Of course i?m the administrator (Windows 10), but he same, I "Run as adiminstrator" all the setups.

Can you help me?

Thank you

Luca

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Make sure you are running the file that says REXInstaller. Not the other one.

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On 5/13/2019 at 4:07 AM, gets said:

Make sure you are running the file that says REXInstaller. Not the other one.

Hi Luca, please update us after you try running the exe file by right-clicking and selecting RUN AS ADMIN.

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I've wrote it: "Of course i?m the administrator (Windows 10), but the same, I "Run as adiminstrator" all the setups."

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So, I run as administrator Rexinstaller.exe, then it downloads files needed, then it asks to install Microsoft Sql Server and just after starting to install it, I've this message and I can't do nothing (see attached screenshot). Clicking on Retry it's like a loop, with Ignore then REX EF doesn't work.

Luca

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Please go to your Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services.

In the services list, find "Intel(R) Dynamic Application Loader Host Interface service". Right click on it and select stop and confirm.

Then proceed with EF installation and when it is completed, reboot your PC.

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On 5/19/2019 at 1:19 PM, Jarek said:

Please go to your Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services.

In the services list, find "Intel(R) Dynamic Application Loader Host Interface service". Right click on it and select stop and confirm.

Then proceed with EF installation and when it is completed, reboot your PC.

Thank you for your help, SOLVED!

Thank you a lot

Luca

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No problem. You are welcome.

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