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troubleshooting Question

Symanteic Anti-Virus Corperate Edition 10.0 Windows 2000 Server

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I have a network that we recently upgraded all the workstations and the server on. The server is all new hardware but we already owned Windows 2000 server and it worked great as a file server for us, just not enough room on the hard drive. The new server works great but i am unable to get Symantec Anti-Virus CE 10.0 to install on it. Oringenaly i tried to follow the direction on how to set it up, but I gave up on that and right now i have all the workstation installed as clients and unmanaged and they do their own live update, they work fine. But i am still unable to install even the Client Antivirus on the server. When i go threw the install i select complete install and set it up as a client, and unmanaged and it goes threw and installed and gets all the way to the end after copying files and installing live update but then it says install fails and rolls back the install.

I thought at first it was because i was useing terminal services for remote administration and so i disabled that and installed Real VNC (the free version) and that didnt help any.

Any ideas?

Thank You.