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Problem while installing WAS 5.0

 
Suresh Khanna
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Hi guys,
When installing WAS 5.0 on the Windows 2000 sever sp4 , I am getting message----
A supporting operating system was not detected installation may not be succesful.
When i goahead with it,
I am getting a message box saying

INST0057E : The username and /or password specified is invalid.
Note: I am doing the installation afterlogging in as Administrator.
can you guys suggest what i can do for this.

Thanks in advance
suresh
 
Manish Pawar
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While installing WAS 5.0 on windows, we get a screen for giving in user name and password for running websphere as a service.
Probably, the user name and password given there are not matching with the user name and password u r logged in with to install WAS.
 
rafal grzegorczyk
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I had something similar when trying to install enterprice edition of was, I just unchecked the mq masaging in custom install and every things was ok. the problem was with Mq users, but i did not have a time to read about it so miss it.
 
Manish Pawar
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The Problem with MQusers would not come if we r using Administrator privileges while installing on Windows.
 
Suresh Khanna
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Hi Manish,
Probably, the user name and password given there are not matching with the user name and password u r logged in with to install WAS

I am using the same username and password at both times.
Is there anything else i can check?
Thank you
Suresh
 
Manish Pawar
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Hi Suresh,
As far as i know, websphere installation problem generally comes because of embedded messaging installation. In Solaris environment the error and exact cause is stored in /tmp/mqprereq.log file. For Windows u have to do some searching. .
The following link could provide some help.
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wsphelp/index.jsp
 
Gurumurthy Ramamurthy
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Guys,

I have all the rights everything mentioned in the info center. Still I get the same error.

Was there any fix provided by IBM? I suspect...

Thanks,
Guru
 
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