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Mesh Error on install 80080017 RRS feed

  • Question

  • Product does not support running under an elevated account 80080017 The class is not configured to  support elevated activation.
    UAC is on and I am Admin on my pc.
    Any suggestions to fix this issue?
    Should mention I ran 3 commands and also tried force through cmd and still gets same error.
    Saturday, November 29, 2008 12:36 AM

Answers

  • Hi Spades,

    This seems to happen because you're logged in to the admin account, as mentioned here. As Ben mentions in his post there, you should send an email to lmprev@microsoft.com and they will try to help you out!

    Perhaps in the meantime you could try installing it from a non-administrator account. Also, make sure there aren't any hidden UAC windows anywhere...

    Good Luck!

    <Would it be possible to add this to the known issues list?>
    Saturday, November 29, 2008 2:15 PM

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  • Hi Spades,

    This seems to happen because you're logged in to the admin account, as mentioned here. As Ben mentions in his post there, you should send an email to lmprev@microsoft.com and they will try to help you out!

    Perhaps in the meantime you could try installing it from a non-administrator account. Also, make sure there aren't any hidden UAC windows anywhere...

    Good Luck!

    <Would it be possible to add this to the known issues list?>
    Saturday, November 29, 2008 2:15 PM
  • Hi Spades,

    Please do send email to lmprev@microsoft.com so that our support personnel can help you.  If you have a Servicing log (see below), please include that in the email.

    nachmore: Thanks for the suggestion that we add this to the Known Issues list.  Once we have an idea of what's causing this problem, we'll certainly consider doing just that!

    If you run into an error during the installation of the Live Mesh softwarea Servicing.log will be created.  To get this log:

    1.  Click Start
    2.  If you are using Vista, type Servicing* in the search bar. If you are using XP, click Search and then type Servicing*
    3.  In the search results you will see Servicing.log or Servicing(0000).log depending on where the installation failed. 

    To go directly to the file, the Servicing log is in INSTALLDIR\Setup\Servicing.log or %temp%\Live Mesh\Servicing[0000].log if Live Mesh was uninstalled/rolled back during a failed installation.


    Thanks,

    Ben.

    Monday, December 1, 2008 5:40 PM