From the why-oh-why-do-you-hate-me department:
Seriously? We have to break the official IT computer naming policy because you product refuses to be installed on a system that has a (perfectly legit) underscore in it's name?
I usually don't get frustrated with a product until after I install it.
It only after I change the computer name, that I get this error on my Windows 7 professional installation:
Of course, that document is not part of the installation, only the "product guide" is.
I now have a super duper "Windows Server 2008 R2 - 64 bit" installation. Guess what I get when the installation starts? A new error!
features from DOS in 1981? And no, the "installation guide" doesn't mention anything about this.
After some Googleing, a registry change, installing MS SQL, configuring port, choosing various passwords (whose complexity requirement are kept a secret), the installer finally got running.
And I was awarded with....
Wondering if I was running the latest version, I found out
- McAfee's beta portal is seriously broken
- it refuses my (stored) password
- it doesn't really execute password resets (although it says it does)
- That doesn't really matter, since there is a an open FTP server from which one can download any beta software they ever released.
- That also doesn't really matter, since I was already testing with the latest version, EPO 4.6 RC3.
- The beta seems to expire really quickly, in this case: May 31, 2011 (it was released mid march)
Allow me to say: