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windows doesn't allow me to install SVN trough remote desktop conenction

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Hello,
when trying to install a SW (SVN client) on a desktop using RDP (remote desktop connections) the computer told me that windows installer cannot work trough remote desktop connection.
is there a way to change this and allow this ?
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You may be able to request the console by including /admin or /console in the rdp connection.   If that doesn't work I doubt you'll be able to.

How about webex or goto meeting.
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Free software

https://secure.logmein.com/welcome/freeremotecontrolb/

Make sure UAC is disable and the user has local admin rights
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Copy the setup file locally and then try installing.

Check this article ...can try the steps in windows 7

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927063


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