We've tried to install the Kerio Active Directory Extension v7.02 onto our schema master domain controller, which is running Windows 2008 R2 Standard Core, but we received an error during installation and the install is aborted.
The error we see from the installation is Installation Interrupted.
The installation installs at least part of the schema for Kerio since I can see it when I look at the schema. The install of KADE is done from the command windows, which runs as Administrator. My user account is a member of schema master, domain admin and enterprise admins.
Has anyone successfully installed the KADE v7.0.2 onto a Windows 2008 R2 Standard Core Domain Controller?
In our domain all our domain controllers only run Windows 2008 R2 Standard Core. We do not install nor desire to install a GUI version of Windows as a Domain Controller, but we know we can install the KADE v7.0.2 on a Domain Controller running Windows 2008 R2 Standard - Full since we performed a test on a test network configuration to see if Full verses Core would work.
- Pavel Dobry (Kerio)
The Kerio Active Directory Extension has two parts: the one extending the LDAP schema and the one extending the GUI for administering user accounts. I guess the second part cannot be installed on server with no GUI support. KADE is requiring at least Standard edition of Windows Server. You can file a suggestion for supporting non-GUI server system by submitting a ticket at http://support.kerio.com.
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