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Installing Domino 8.5.1 FP3 fails

Posted on 2011-03-25
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When installing FP3 for Domino 8.5.1 the upgrade fails with the attached error. "Can't rename old jvm\lib\ext\xsp.http.bootstrap.jar: access problem"

The server is running Windows 2008 SP 2 and we have Blackberry Enterprise server 5.0.2 installed. I stopped domino and all BES services prior to running the install.
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by:PG1980
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Have you tried renaming the file through windows explorer and tried the install again?

How come you're installing FP3? Fix pack 5 is the latest for R8.5.1. Or go straight to R8.5.2 FP1?
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by:nilanjansaha
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Try stopping the services first.
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I will try upgrading to 8.5.2
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installed 8.5.2 instead
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