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Pervasive Control Center Error - Unable to save settings values

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Hi,

I am installing pervasive 8.6 (workgroup). When I try to change and save some configuration settings for server and client in the control center for pervasive I get an error. "Unable to save settings values".

I have noticed in the client node that there are some entries missing, also when installing it fails the transactional test.

Any idea's why?

Thanks
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What OS are you using?  
Are you installing through a Terminal Server (or Remote Desktop) Session?  
What error does the transaction test fail with?
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I am using Windows XP Pro and installing to through RDP.
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Thanks for your help. I will try this on our clients site and let you know if this is still an issue.
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