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Hi,
I am installing NAV ver 10.1 on a windows 2000 server as managed mode.
During the instllaiton(at the end) i am getting this erroer : cannot find ccemlpxy.dll.
please help to get the solution.
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If this is a download version - then I suggest re-downloading it  - reboot - and try again.
If this is from a cd - try an alternative CD - this one may be scratched or dirty or corrupt - so the files are not extracting properly.
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Start with copying the install bits locally so you can bypass media issues.
You may run the error over Symantec support for insight.

Please enable MSI logging and post the log to a webshare.
support.microsoft.com/kb/223300
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