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No export dlls found

Posted on 2005-04-11
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When clicking on the export button in Crystal Reports 8.5, a message pops up that says 'No export dlls found'.  i have checked the c:\windows\crystal directory and the dlls are in that folder.  i double checked the installations options and all options under export support are turned on.  The problem only seems to be happening on our 2 Windows Server 2003 machines that are running terminal services.
Question by:Thorlabs
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Is this on a machine with Crystal installed? or are you running an application or web page to show the viewer?

Can you export from the Crystal designer?


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I figured it out.  I had to copy the dlls from the c:\windows\crystal directory to the c:\windows\system32 directory.  Then everything worked fine.

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