Cannot install Netbackup Client on Windows 7

I am trying to install Netbackup Client version 7.1 on a 64bit Windows 7 PC, when I go through the installation the local option is greyed out? I can install to Windows XP and Windows 7 32bit, just not this particular computer!
Tenet_IT_SupportAsked:
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Run5kCommented:
That is rather odd.  Perhaps it might be a good idea to contact the vendor themselves.  According to their web page, it is officially supported:

http://www.symantec.com/business/products/sysreq.jsp?pcid=pcat_storage&pvid=2_1

Additionally, the Release Notes specifically say that "NetBackup 7.1 supports client operations on all 64-bit platforms except FreeBSD and MAC."

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Tenet_IT_SupportAuthor Commented:
Indeed it is, I'm just creating a Windows 7 64bit VM to rule out if it is something with this particular computer or all 64bit installs in my environment...I will post the results soon
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Tenet_IT_SupportAuthor Commented:
I can install to the VM that I have created, it just appears to be this one computer? Any ideas before I contact Symantec?

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Run5kCommented:
As I mentioned before, the official documentation (and now your own VM test) indicate that it should work.

The only other mainstream cause that I can think of is that you will occasionally see a security software application/suite that has the baseline configuration locked down so thoroughly, you can't even install additional software without that app's permission.

Other than that, it is probably time to consult the Symantec specialists.
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Run5kCommented:
This seems to have been an uncommon problem that manfested itself within that one machine, and testing it on a clean VM seemed to support that theory.  I think that there is still enough value here for PAQ status split between http:#37266632 and http:#37266715.
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Tenet_IT_SupportAuthor Commented:
This problem was resolved by myself so feel free to close.

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