Can't install Project Server 2010 RRS feed

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  • I recently installed on my server SharePoint 2010, SQL Server 2008 is on another box and all seems to work fine, except that when I try to install Project Server 2010 it keeps telling me that I need ton install SP 2010. This SP is supposed to be a migration from 2007, but I still haven't attached the old DBs because the guide says that all the DBs should be attached togheter and one some of this are from our old Project Server, so I thought to install first Project Server and then attach ALL the DBs.

    I can load the SharePoint Central Administration and configure and check all, so I don't think that I by mistake installed/activated the Foundations version.

    I already checked that the required edition of SP is the Enterprise Edition, as far as I remember that is the edition I activated because I used our Product Key for the  "SharePoint Server 2010 For Internet Sites Enterprise", but to double check this (and correct it if I am wrong) I went to the 'Convert License Type' page and not only it does NOT show what my current license is (information is empty), but also the box to type a new Key is disabled, so I am not allowed to try to change the one used.

    I have installed on SharePoint and on Project all the prerequisites and they say all is installed correctly and I can proceed, I already executed several times the SP Configuration Wizard and it says everithing is OK.

    Can anybody tell me what is going wrong?

    Monday, October 4, 2010 8:53 PM


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