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SYBASE: The service could not be created

Posted on 2011-09-15
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Hello,
I have administrator privileges on Windows 7 professional and I am trying to create instance of Database service of SQL anywhere 9.0.0.1110 from Sybase Central 4.2.0.2018.
I got the message "The service could not be created" Details: "Anunknown error has occurred." The error is in attachment.

Anyone can help me ?
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by:ralph_rea
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ops....here attach file
error-sybase.doc
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I don't know the error myself but have you started Sybase Central via "Run as Administrator"? Windows 7 uses the principle of least permissions - you have to explicitly ask for higher permissions, even if you have Admin rights.

Also, did the Windows error log show anything?
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Thank you !!
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