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Hi everyone,


I would like to install Domino R6.5.1 , Windows 2000 SP4 server on a Compac server machines. Are there any known imcompatibilities with any compac machines? especially windows DLL's on a compac machines?


Please enlighten me on this!!!

Thank you.
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by:Bozzie4
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No, not really, although I have had to shut down all Compaq services before installing (or upgrading) a Domino server.

Tom
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But you can restart all those services after you install Domino !
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Really, Tom?  I dont recall ever having to stop Compaq's services.  I assume you are talking about the management utlities that start as Windows services.

What have you found?
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I must say I don't know what they are all for, but I found I needed to stop everything (all 50 of them :-) ) - it could have something to do with the antivirus, though.  Anyway, just stopping the antivirus is not enough on my Compaq's.  I do have to stop the Compaq services too.  I never really bothered to find out which task was causing the problems, it's antivirus + some compaq task :-)

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Funny,  I just did a Notes upgrade on a compaq machine, and there were two Domino files that were open even though I had disabled the Domino service and rebooted, so maybe that ha ssomething to do with Tom's observations.

I found that if I renamed the two files, I could then install.

This was for 5.0.11 -> 5.0.13.
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