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install SAP DCOM Connector on XP ?

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I have installed the SAP DCOM Connector on a WinXP PC.  I assumed that since the installation works fine on 2000, that it would be OK on XP.  I have several BAPIs configured in Win2000, and they work fine.  It appears that the destination needs specific XP security.  I get an error SAP object.70 Permission denied.  My question is, can the connector be installed and configured to work on XP.

Thankx in advance...
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Hello RGB30B,

according to the SAP DCOM Connector information on the SAP Service Marketplace and the SAP Support department you have to stick to Windows 2000 (server) with the DCOM connector. Other - higher - OS versions are not yet on the list of supported OSses.

(we had the same experience with Windows 2003 server)

Best Regards,
Bert.
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