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During the install of Remote Administrator 6.0 setup fails during the database creation. The msi installer log reports the following after enabling verbose logging:


MSI (s) (7C!A0) [16:30:10:422]: Creating MSIHANDLE (840) of type 790531 for thread 17312
ERROR: (DbCreate) Statement execution failed. Error: Conversion of varchar-datatype to datetime-datatype resulted in an out-of-range value. File: C:\ProgramData\ESET\RemoteAdministrator\Server\SetupData\Database\SQLServer\CreateScripts\4_init_data.sql. Statement: INSERT INTO tbl_security_users (user_id, user_uuid, user_login, user_comment, password_change_timestamp, change_password_on_next_logon, password_expiration_interval_in_days, auto_logout_time_in_minutes, user_full_name, user_email, user_phone, user_state, disabled, native, removed, user_password_hash, user_password_salt) VALUES
 (5, dbo.ufn_uuid_str_to_binary('00000000-0000-0000-7002-000000000001'), 'system', '', '2012-01-26 12:00:00', 0, 1500, 10, 'System user', '', '', 0x, 0, 1, 0, 0x20, 0x20),
 (6, dbo.ufn_uuid_str_to_binary('00000000-0000-0000-7002-000000000002'), 'Administrator', '', '2011-10-12 12:00:00', 0, 1500, 10, 'Administrator', '', '', 0x, 0, 1, 0, );

MSI (s) (7C!A0) [16:30:10:422]: Closing MSIHANDLE (840) of type 790531 for thread 17312


Our SQL server is set to Dutch language settings. It appears that the script tries to insert a date in the US format while the server expects Dutch format.


Any idea on how to solve this?



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It's not the language of the SQL server installation, but the default language of the SQL server login used to create the database during setup. We have an English SQL server installation, but 'sa' has a default language of Dutch. Then ERA setup fails....


Any idea when the upcoming release will be available?

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New version should be available in couple of weeks.


Until then there is a temporary workaround:
Set default language to English for the database root login and era login as well (both are provided to ERA server setup).
Please note that it is not satisfactory to set the language to only one of the mentioned logins. Both must be set! The root login only for the time of ERA setup. ERA login language must remain permanent.
Also note that changing the default language for a DB login may influence other applications (if they share the same login).
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