I am trying to install LMS 3.2 on W2008 R2 and am getting a platform error saying the operating system is not supported. Has anyone run into this before? Any help would be appreciated. I have attached a screenshot.
The following Windows systems are supported in LMS 3.2:
•Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition
•Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
•Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition
•Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition
•Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition with Service Pack 1 and 2
•Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition with Service Pack 1 and 2
•Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition with Service Pack 1 and 2
•Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition with Service Pack 1 and 2
•Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition with Service Pack 1 and 2
•Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition with Service Pack 1 and 2
Both 32 bit and 64 bit Operating Systems are supported on the above versions.
CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution 3.2 supports only the following locales:
Ensure that the CiscoWorks Windows Server has either the US-English or the Japanese version of Operating System installed. Otherwise, you must re-install the Operating System with one of the supported versions before you install CiscoWorks LMS.
Set the Regional Settings of the CiscoWorks to US-English for the US-English version and Japanese for the Japanese version.
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