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Installing Dell openmage server adminstrator on windows storage server 2003 r2 x64

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I am trying to install the dell server administrator from my openmanage disk. The server administrator install however it doesn't work....when I go back to the prerequisite checker I get the error "operating system support not installed, server adminstrator will instal but you wont be able to manage using snmp.

I have successfully installed on our windows 2003 r2 64 bit (not storage but pdc) and our appserver which is 32 bit windows 2003 r2 - all three of the servers are dell poweredge 2950's - I am only having problems with the storage server

Amy help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!
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