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System administrator has set policies to prevent this Installation - Windows server 2012

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Heyas,

I get this error message when trying to install this custom.msi. I'm running Windows 2012 on Hyper-V and I don't have any software restriction policies in place.  Any ideas would try the registry fix touted on web a lot http://msmvps.com/blogs/carlosq/archive/2011/08/28/quot-the-system-administrator-has-set-policies-to-prevent-this-installation-quot-on-windows-server.aspx. However this only works for Windows Server 2008.

Any help would be much appreciated.
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Hi,

Maybe this helps?

http://www.itninja.com/question/the-system-administrator-has-set-policies-to-prevent-this-installation-1

Maybe the info is the same as the site you mentioned, but in the comments is additional information...
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by:Zack
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Hi SvenA,

Tried that those things in the article no luck i'm afraid.

Thank you.
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Have you tried right clicking and run as administrator.

Or open command prompt as administrator and run from there.
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Yes I have.
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You get the points by default for most comprehensive answer. Although the question was never resolved.

Thank you.
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