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Microsoft Dynamics 2008R2 64 bit cannot register u2lcom.dll

Posted on 2013-02-06
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Please see the attached screenshot for a pressing issue we are having. We've recently installed Microsoft Dynamics Solomon on our 2008R2 64b it server. For some reason the 'u2lcom.dll' will not register and gives the error attached when our users try to release PO's in the software.
We having installed all software as administrator
We have tried registering the dll as admin from command prompt as follows:  c:\regsvr32 c:\windows\sysWOW64\u2lcom.dll  
We have tried turning off UAC

Please is there any way to register this. It seems we have tried everything and can't find any reason why we're unable to.
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by:Rikin Shah
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Hi,

Missing attachment...
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djbaum earned 250 total points
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Hi,

without the attachment it is not easy, but sounds like you installed Software on a Terminal Server without executing "CHANGE USER /INSTALL".
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by:GroundskeeperIt
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Sorry for not including the attachment everyone. We are going to also try re-installing Crystal and see if that will fix it. Here is the screenshot.

ps - this is not a terminal server, however, a thin-client is installed on local users' pc's via a mapped drive. Remote Dynamics users use a remoteapp shortcut. This is on the database server itself.
u2lcomregistererror.docx
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we were able to install via unc on our remote desktop server and did not resolve the issue
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