troubleshooting Question

Permissions Reports in SharePoint - STSADM.EXE issues

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I have done a lot of searching on your site, and other sites, and have received some good information but now I am stuck.

My environment is SharePoint Services 3.0 SP 1 on Windows Server 2008 SP2 64-bit and I have MS SQL Server Standard 2007 installed on a separate 2008 SP2 server.  So far everything is working well.

I installed the latest version of the SharePoint Administration Tool Kit on both servers in the farm, just in case.

I am trying to enable Permission Reporting on the main SharePoint server.  I am trying to run the following command to add the feature, and continue to get Command Line Error.  

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\BIN>stsa
dm.exe -o addsolution -filename "C:\Program Files\Microsoft\SPAdministrationTool
kit\PermissionReportingSolution\PermissionReporting.wsp"

I have confirmed the Path's are correct.

I am logged into the server as the Domain Admin who is a local admin on both servers in the farm and belongs to the appropriate groups in SQL.

Thanks for any ideas.
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