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Installing Data Mining Web Controls Library

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :
 

Hello.

I have SQL Server 2008 R2, Visual Studio 2010 and Windows 7 x32. So, i have downloaded Data Mining Web Controls Pack, opened a solution in VS 2010 and succesfully compiled it.

But now, when i run setup.exe it gives me a strange error: ""The setup requires internet information server 5.1 or higher and windows xp or higher. This setup cannot be installed on windows 2000. Please install Internet Information Server or a newer operating system and run this setup again."

Could somebody help me? Or may be i can use another libraries to display information from Analyses Services in ASP.Net?

Thank you.




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