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According to this post (http://answers.tectia.com/questions/234/are-any-of-the-versions-of-the-ssh-tectia-client-compatable-with-windows-7) the version I am using should work fine on Windows7/64bits. However I (and few of my other co-workers) get the following error in the very beginning of the installation: "ERROR Workstation Detected - This package may only be installed on servers." Please advice. Regards, Leo.

asked Sep 12 '11 at 17:49

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Hi, This sounds like the error you might get when trying to install the Tectia ConnectSecure package on a workstation instead of Tectia Client.

Can you double check the name of the msi and the contents of the stc61.dat file that comes with the package?


answered Sep 12 '11 at 18:35

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Roman ♦♦

Hi Roman,

The installer I am trying to run is SSHTectiaClient617.exe.



(Sep 13 '11 at 20:10) lmizrahi lmizrahi's gravatar image

Hi Leo,

Tectia only delivers Client and Server products using zip files (for Windows) which contain msi packages. This sounds like something that was maybe repackaged by your company with some customization. (Most of our large customers do it this way) My guess is that the problem is in that repackaging. Can you contact whoever is charge of Tectia support at your company?

(Sep 13 '11 at 20:35) Roman ♦♦ Roman's gravatar image

Roman, You're correct. I will try to contact the right people in my company. Thanks. Leo.

(Sep 13 '11 at 20:49) lmizrahi lmizrahi's gravatar image
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