Installing BCM 2003 on Vista PC

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Alan Watson

After overcoming more problems than I could ever have imagined, I now have

BCM 2003 SP4 installed on my newish Vista PC. But when I open Outlook, even

running as administrator, the Startup Wizard fails either to convert the

existing database or create a new one.

This looks like a problem of the Wizard not having sufficient rights, but

having already started Outlook as administrator, I am not sure what else to

do. I can see the BCM database using SQL Server Management Studio and can't

see anything that should stop it working. What can I do?

Alan Watson
 
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Raul Thomas

What errors do you get when creating a new database

Regards

Rahul Thomas [MSFT]

https://blogs.msdn.com/rathomas

"Alan Watson" <AlanWatson> wrote in message

news:2CCE2779-856C-4CF9-99DD-D93E5BE41A9E@microsoft.com...
> After overcoming more problems than I could ever have imagined, I now have
> BCM 2003 SP4 installed on my newish Vista PC. But when I open Outlook,
> even
> running as administrator, the Startup Wizard fails either to convert the
> existing database or create a new one.

> This looks like a problem of the Wizard not having sufficient rights, but
> having already started Outlook as administrator, I am not sure what else
> to
> do. I can see the BCM database using SQL Server Management Studio and
> can't
> see anything that should stop it working. What can I do?

> Alan Watson
 
A

Alan Watson

Raul,

Thanks for your interest. If I try to use the existing database, the process

stops apparently during the backup phase, giving me the error message

'Database migration was unsuccessful'. If I try to create a new database, the

process stops immediately with the error message 'Database creation was

unsuccessful'.

I should add that I can happily go into SQL Server Management Studio Express

and back up the BCM database or create new databases, and that the upgrade

wizard is plainly looking at the right instance of SQL server

(ALAN-PC\MSSMLBIZ) and can see the database (MSBusinessContactManager).

I am really at a loss. I wonder whether there is any risk that, although I

have opened Outlook as administrator, the upgrade wizard is trying to log on

as some other user. If so, a) what user might this be so that I can make sure

it has the rights it needs or b) can I open the wizard directly as

administrator to get around the problem. Alternatively, can I avoid the

wizard altogether and do the various tasks one at a time? If so, how?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Alan Watson

"Raul Thomas" wrote:


> What errors do you get when creating a new database

> > Regards

> Rahul Thomas [MSFT]

> https://blogs.msdn.com/rathomas

> "Alan Watson" <AlanWatson> wrote in message
> news:2CCE2779-856C-4CF9-99DD-D93E5BE41A9E@microsoft.com...
> > After overcoming more problems than I could ever have imagined, I now have
> > BCM 2003 SP4 installed on my newish Vista PC. But when I open Outlook,
> > even
> > running as administrator, the Startup Wizard fails either to convert the
> > existing database or create a new one.
> > This looks like a problem of the Wizard not having sufficient rights, but
> > having already started Outlook as administrator, I am not sure what else
> > to
> > do. I can see the BCM database using SQL Server Management Studio and
> > can't
> > see anything that should stop it working. What can I do?
> > Alan Watson


>
 
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Luther Blissett

On Apr 27, 11:03 pm, Alan Watson

<AlanWat...> wrote:
> Raul,

> Thanks for your interest. If I try to use the existing database, the process
> stops apparently during the backup phase, giving me the error message
> 'Database migration was unsuccessful'. If I try to create a new database,the
> process stops immediately with the error message 'Database creation was
> unsuccessful'.

> I should add that I can happily go into SQL Server Management Studio Express
> and back up the BCM database or create new databases, and that the upgrade
> wizard is plainly looking at the right instance of SQL server
> (ALAN-PC\MSSMLBIZ) and can see the database (MSBusinessContactManager).

> I am really at a loss. I wonder whether there is any risk that, although I
> have opened Outlook as administrator, the upgrade wizard is trying to logon
> as some other user. If so, a) what user might this be so that I can make sure
> it has the rights it needs or b) can I open the wizard directly as
> administrator to get around the problem. Alternatively, can I avoid the
> wizard altogether and do the various tasks one at a time? If so, how?

> Thanks in advance for your help.

> Alan Watson

> "Raul Thomas" wrote:
> > What errors do you get when creating a new database

>
> > > > Regards

>
> > Rahul Thomas [MSFT]

>
> >https://blogs.msdn.com/rathomas

>
> > "Alan Watson" <AlanWat...> wrote in message
> >news:2CCE2779-856C-4CF9-99DD-D93E5BE41A9E@microsoft.com...
> > > After overcoming more problems than I could ever have imagined, I nowhave
> > > BCM 2003 SP4 installed on my newish Vista PC. But when I open Outlook,
> > > even
> > > running as administrator, the Startup Wizard fails either to convert the
> > > existing database or create a new one.

>
> > > This looks like a problem of the Wizard not having sufficient rights,but
> > > having already started Outlook as administrator, I am not sure what else
> > > to
> > > do. I can see the BCM database using SQL Server Management Studio and
> > > can't
> > > see anything that should stop it working. What can I do?

>
> > > Alan Watson-




Sql Server 2005 doesn't run as administrator, as earlier version did,

but as builtin user Network Services. The issue is probably that user

Network Services doesn't have permissions to write files to the BCM

folder, C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Business Contact

Manager
 
A

Alan Watson

Thank you for your help. Unfortunately the wizard still fails with the same

error messages, although apparently now when starting to migrate the database.

When I checked, the network service user had read and write access to this

folder, but not access to modify or execute. I gave if full access to the

folder and also checked access to the individual files and the temporary

sub-folder.

As I said, the wizard is still failing, so I would still be grateful for

more help.

Alan Watson

"Luther Blissett" wrote:


> On Apr 27, 11:03 pm, Alan Watson
> <AlanWat...> wrote:
> > Raul,
> > Thanks for your interest. If I try to use the existing database, the process
> > stops apparently during the backup phase, giving me the error message
> > 'Database migration was unsuccessful'. If I try to create a new database, the
> > process stops immediately with the error message 'Database creation was
> > unsuccessful'.
> > I should add that I can happily go into SQL Server Management Studio Express
> > and back up the BCM database or create new databases, and that the upgrade
> > wizard is plainly looking at the right instance of SQL server
> > (ALAN-PC\MSSMLBIZ) and can see the database (MSBusinessContactManager).
> > I am really at a loss. I wonder whether there is any risk that, although I
> > have opened Outlook as administrator, the upgrade wizard is trying to log on
> > as some other user. If so, a) what user might this be so that I can make sure
> > it has the rights it needs or b) can I open the wizard directly as
> > administrator to get around the problem. Alternatively, can I avoid the
> > wizard altogether and do the various tasks one at a time? If so, how?
> > Thanks in advance for your help.
> > Alan Watson
> > "Raul Thomas" wrote:
> > > What errors do you get when creating a new database

> >
> > > > > > Regards

> >
> > > Rahul Thomas [MSFT]

> >
> > >https://blogs.msdn.com/rathomas

> >
> > > "Alan Watson" <AlanWat...> wrote in message
> > >news:2CCE2779-856C-4CF9-99DD-D93E5BE41A9E@microsoft.com...
> > > > After overcoming more problems than I could ever have imagined, I now have
> > > > BCM 2003 SP4 installed on my newish Vista PC. But when I open Outlook,
> > > > even
> > > > running as administrator, the Startup Wizard fails either to convert the
> > > > existing database or create a new one.

> >
> > > > This looks like a problem of the Wizard not having sufficient rights, but
> > > > having already started Outlook as administrator, I am not sure what else
> > > > to
> > > > do. I can see the BCM database using SQL Server Management Studio and
> > > > can't
> > > > see anything that should stop it working. What can I do?

> >
> > > > Alan Watson-

>


> Sql Server 2005 doesn't run as administrator, as earlier version did,
> but as builtin user Network Services. The issue is probably that user
> Network Services doesn't have permissions to write files to the BCM
> folder, C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Business Contact
> Manager
>
 
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Luther Blissett

On Apr 28, 5:56 pm, Alan Watson <AlanWat...
wrote:
> Thank you for your help. Unfortunately the wizard still fails with the same
> error messages, although apparently now when starting to migrate the database.

> When I checked, the network service user had read and write access to this
> folder, but not access to modify or execute. I gave if full access to the
> folder and also checked access to the individual files and the temporary
> sub-folder.

> As I said, the wizard is still failing, so I would still be grateful for
> more help.

> Alan Watson

> "Luther Blissett" wrote:
> > On Apr 27, 11:03 pm, Alan Watson
> > <AlanWat...> wrote:
> > > Raul,

>
> > > Thanks for your interest. If I try to use the existing database, the process
> > > stops apparently during the backup phase, giving me the error message
> > > 'Database migration was unsuccessful'. If I try to create a new database, the
> > > process stops immediately with the error message 'Database creation was
> > > unsuccessful'.

>
> > > I should add that I can happily go into SQL Server Management Studio Express
> > > and back up the BCM database or create new databases, and that the upgrade
> > > wizard is plainly looking at the right instance of SQL server
> > > (ALAN-PC\MSSMLBIZ) and can see the database (MSBusinessContactManager).

>
> > > I am really at a loss. I wonder whether there is any risk that, although I
> > > have opened Outlook as administrator, the upgrade wizard is trying tolog on
> > > as some other user. If so, a) what user might this be so that I can make sure
> > > it has the rights it needs or b) can I open the wizard directly as
> > > administrator to get around the problem. Alternatively, can I avoid the
> > > wizard altogether and do the various tasks one at a time? If so, how?

>
> > > Thanks in advance for your help.

>
> > > Alan Watson

>
> > > "Raul Thomas" wrote:
> > > > What errors do you get when creating a new database

>
> > > > > > > > Regards

>
> > > > Rahul Thomas [MSFT]

>
> > > >https://blogs.msdn.com/rathomas

>
> > > > "Alan Watson" <AlanWat...> wrote in message
> > > >news:2CCE2779-856C-4CF9-99DD-D93E5BE41A9E@microsoft.com...
> > > > > After overcoming more problems than I could ever have imagined, Inow have
> > > > > BCM 2003 SP4 installed on my newish Vista PC. But when I open Outlook,
> > > > > even
> > > > > running as administrator, the Startup Wizard fails either to convert the
> > > > > existing database or create a new one.

>
> > > > > This looks like a problem of the Wizard not having sufficient rights, but
> > > > > having already started Outlook as administrator, I am not sure what else
> > > > > to
> > > > > do. I can see the BCM database using SQL Server Management Studioand
> > > > > can't
> > > > > see anything that should stop it working. What can I do?

>
> > > > > Alan Watson-

>
> >

>
> > Sql Server 2005 doesn't run as administrator, as earlier version did,
> > but as builtin user Network Services. The issue is probably that user
> > Network Services doesn't have permissions to write files to the BCM
> > folder, C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Business Contact
> > Manager-




Try this. Turn on BCM logging, in the About dialog.

Try the wizard again, and check the LOG for details of the error. I

think the log file is in folder %TEMP%.
 
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Raul Thomas

Can you share a copy of the ERRORLOG present under C:\Program

Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\LOG

Regards

Rahul Thomas [MSFT]

https://blogs.msdn.com/rathomas

"Alan Watson" <AlanWatson> wrote in message

news:4C76A02F-069F-4D83-BB5F-EF743C06AF92@microsoft.com...
> Thank you for your help. Unfortunately the wizard still fails with the
> same
> error messages, although apparently now when starting to migrate the
> database.

> When I checked, the network service user had read and write access to this
> folder, but not access to modify or execute. I gave if full access to the
> folder and also checked access to the individual files and the temporary
> sub-folder.

> As I said, the wizard is still failing, so I would still be grateful for
> more help.

> Alan Watson

> "Luther Blissett" wrote:
>
> > On Apr 27, 11:03 pm, Alan Watson
> > <AlanWat...> wrote:
> > > Raul,
> >> > Thanks for your interest. If I try to use the existing database, the
> > > process
> > > stops apparently during the backup phase, giving me the error message
> > > 'Database migration was unsuccessful'. If I try to create a new
> > > database, the
> > > process stops immediately with the error message 'Database creation was
> > > unsuccessful'.
> >> > I should add that I can happily go into SQL Server Management Studio
> > > Express
> > > and back up the BCM database or create new databases, and that the
> > > upgrade
> > > wizard is plainly looking at the right instance of SQL server
> > > (ALAN-PC\MSSMLBIZ) and can see the database (MSBusinessContactManager).
> >> > I am really at a loss. I wonder whether there is any risk that,
> > > although I
> > > have opened Outlook as administrator, the upgrade wizard is trying to
> > > log on
> > > as some other user. If so, a) what user might this be so that I can
> > > make sure
> > > it has the rights it needs or b) can I open the wizard directly as
> > > administrator to get around the problem. Alternatively, can I avoid the
> > > wizard altogether and do the various tasks one at a time? If so, how?
> >> > Thanks in advance for your help.
> >> > Alan Watson
> >>>> > "Raul Thomas" wrote:
> > > > What errors do you get when creating a new database
> >> > > > > > > Regards
> >> > > Rahul Thomas [MSFT]
> >> > >https://blogs.msdn.com/rathomas
> >> > > "Alan Watson" <AlanWat...> wrote in message
> > > >news:2CCE2779-856C-4CF9-99DD-D93E5BE41A9E@microsoft.com...
> > > > > After overcoming more problems than I could ever have imagined, I
> > > > > now have
> > > > > BCM 2003 SP4 installed on my newish Vista PC. But when I open
> > > > > Outlook,
> > > > > even
> > > > > running as administrator, the Startup Wizard fails either to
> > > > > convert the
> > > > > existing database or create a new one.
> >> > > > This looks like a problem of the Wizard not having sufficient
> > > > > rights, but
> > > > > having already started Outlook as administrator, I am not sure what
> > > > > else
> > > > > to
> > > > > do. I can see the BCM database using SQL Server Management Studio
> > > > > and
> > > > > can't
> > > > > see anything that should stop it working. What can I do?
> >> > > > Alan Watson-

> >>

>

>> Sql Server 2005 doesn't run as administrator, as earlier version did,
> > but as builtin user Network Services. The issue is probably that user
> > Network Services doesn't have permissions to write files to the BCM
> > folder, C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Business Contact
> > Manager
> >
 
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Alan Watson

I do not understand. Until I can successfully run the wizard I do not have a

working version of BCM - eg no BCM toolbar in Outlook. Neither the wizard

itself itself has an 'about' dialogue or a BCM logging option.

Alan

"Luther Blissett" wrote:


> On Apr 28, 5:56 pm, Alan Watson <AlanWat...
> wrote:
> > Thank you for your help. Unfortunately the wizard still fails with the same
> > error messages, although apparently now when starting to migrate the database.
> > When I checked, the network service user had read and write access to this
> > folder, but not access to modify or execute. I gave if full access to the
> > folder and also checked access to the individual files and the temporary
> > sub-folder.
> > As I said, the wizard is still failing, so I would still be grateful for
> > more help.
> > Alan Watson
> > "Luther Blissett" wrote:
> > > On Apr 27, 11:03 pm, Alan Watson
> > > <AlanWat...> wrote:
> > > > Raul,

> >
> > > > Thanks for your interest. If I try to use the existing database, the process
> > > > stops apparently during the backup phase, giving me the error message
> > > > 'Database migration was unsuccessful'. If I try to create a new database, the
> > > > process stops immediately with the error message 'Database creation was
> > > > unsuccessful'.

> >
> > > > I should add that I can happily go into SQL Server Management Studio Express
> > > > and back up the BCM database or create new databases, and that the upgrade
> > > > wizard is plainly looking at the right instance of SQL server
> > > > (ALAN-PC\MSSMLBIZ) and can see the database (MSBusinessContactManager).

> >
> > > > I am really at a loss. I wonder whether there is any risk that, although I
> > > > have opened Outlook as administrator, the upgrade wizard is trying to log on
> > > > as some other user. If so, a) what user might this be so that I can make sure
> > > > it has the rights it needs or b) can I open the wizard directly as
> > > > administrator to get around the problem. Alternatively, can I avoid the
> > > > wizard altogether and do the various tasks one at a time? If so, how?

> >
> > > > Thanks in advance for your help.

> >
> > > > Alan Watson

> >
> > > > "Raul Thomas" wrote:
> > > > > What errors do you get when creating a new database

> >
> > > > > > > > > > Regards

> >
> > > > > Rahul Thomas [MSFT]

> >
> > > > >https://blogs.msdn.com/rathomas

> >
> > > > > "Alan Watson" <AlanWat...> wrote in message
> > > > >news:2CCE2779-856C-4CF9-99DD-D93E5BE41A9E@microsoft.com...
> > > > > > After overcoming more problems than I could ever have imagined, I now have
> > > > > > BCM 2003 SP4 installed on my newish Vista PC. But when I open Outlook,
> > > > > > even
> > > > > > running as administrator, the Startup Wizard fails either to convert the
> > > > > > existing database or create a new one.

> >
> > > > > > This looks like a problem of the Wizard not having sufficient rights, but
> > > > > > having already started Outlook as administrator, I am not sure what else
> > > > > > to
> > > > > > do. I can see the BCM database using SQL Server Management Studio and
> > > > > > can't
> > > > > > see anything that should stop it working. What can I do?

> >
> > > > > > Alan Watson-

> >
> > >

> >
> > > Sql Server 2005 doesn't run as administrator, as earlier version did,
> > > but as builtin user Network Services. The issue is probably that user
> > > Network Services doesn't have permissions to write files to the BCM
> > > folder, C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Business Contact
> > > Manager-

>


> Try this. Turn on BCM logging, in the About dialog.

> Try the wizard again, and check the LOG for details of the error. I
> think the log file is in folder %TEMP%.
>
 
A

Alan Watson

I still cannot find any way of getting the database to update or of getting a

problem log to find out what is wrong. I would really appreciate any advice.

Alan

"Alan Watson" wrote:


> I do not understand. Until I can successfully run the wizard I do not have a
> working version of BCM - eg no BCM toolbar in Outlook. Neither the wizard
> itself itself has an 'about' dialogue or a BCM logging option.

> Alan
 
L

Luther Blissett

On Apr 29, 6:39 pm, Alan Watson <AlanWat...
wrote:
> I do not understand. Until I can successfully run the wizard I do not have a
> working version of BCM - eg no BCM toolbar in Outlook. Neither the wizard
> itself itself has an 'about' dialogue or  a BCM logging option.

> Alan

> "Luther Blissett" wrote:
> > On Apr 28, 5:56 pm, Alan Watson <AlanWat...
> > wrote:
> > > Thank you for your help. Unfortunately the wizard still fails with the same
> > > error messages, although apparently now when starting to migrate the database.

>
> > > When I checked, the network service user had read and write access tothis
> > > folder, but not access to modify or execute. I gave if full access tothe
> > > folder and also checked access to the individual files and the temporary
> > > sub-folder.

>
> > > As I said, the wizard is still failing, so I would still be grateful for
> > > more help.

>
> > > Alan Watson

>
> > > "Luther Blissett" wrote:
> > > > On Apr 27, 11:03 pm, Alan Watson
> > > > <AlanWat...> wrote:
> > > > > Raul,

>
> > > > > Thanks for your interest. If I try to use the existing database, the process
> > > > > stops apparently during the backup phase, giving me the error message
> > > > > 'Database migration was unsuccessful'. If I try to create a new database, the
> > > > > process stops immediately with the error message 'Database creation was
> > > > > unsuccessful'.

>
> > > > > I should add that I can happily go into SQL Server Management Studio Express
> > > > > and back up the BCM database or create new databases, and that the upgrade
> > > > > wizard is plainly looking at the right instance of SQL server
> > > > > (ALAN-PC\MSSMLBIZ) and can see the database (MSBusinessContactManager).

>
> > > > > I am really at a loss. I wonder whether there is any risk that, although I
> > > > > have opened Outlook as administrator, the upgrade wizard is trying to log on
> > > > > as some other user. If so, a) what user might this be so that I can make sure
> > > > > it has the rights it needs or b) can I open the wizard directly as
> > > > > administrator to get around the problem. Alternatively, can I avoid the
> > > > > wizard altogether and do the various tasks one at a time? If so, how?

>
> > > > > Thanks in advance for your help.

>
> > > > > Alan Watson

>
> > > > > "Raul Thomas" wrote:
> > > > > > What errors do you get when creating a new database

>
> > > > > > > > > > > > Regards

>
> > > > > > Rahul Thomas [MSFT]

>
> > > > > >https://blogs.msdn.com/rathomas

>
> > > > > > "Alan Watson" <AlanWat...> wrote in message
> > > > > >news:2CCE2779-856C-4CF9-99DD-D93E5BE41A9E@microsoft.com...
> > > > > > > After overcoming more problems than I could ever have imagined, I now have
> > > > > > > BCM 2003 SP4 installed on my newish Vista PC. But when I openOutlook,
> > > > > > > even
> > > > > > > running as administrator, the Startup Wizard fails either to convert the
> > > > > > > existing database or create a new one.

>
> > > > > > > This looks like a problem of the Wizard not having sufficientrights, but
> > > > > > > having already started Outlook as administrator, I am not sure what else
> > > > > > > to
> > > > > > > do. I can see the BCM database using SQL Server Management Studio and
> > > > > > > can't
> > > > > > > see anything that should stop it working. What can I do?

>
> > > > > > > Alan Watson-

>
> > > >

>
> > > > Sql Server 2005 doesn't run as administrator, as earlier version did,
> > > > but as builtin user Network Services. The issue is probably that user
> > > > Network Services doesn't have permissions to write files to the BCM
> > > > folder, C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Business Contact
> > > > Manager-

>
> >

>
> > Try this. Turn on BCM logging, in the About dialog.

>
> > Try the wizard again, and check the LOG for details of the error. I
> > think the log file is in folder %TEMP%.-




Here's how to turn on BCM logging when it won't get as far as loading,

and adding its About dialog, in Outlook.

http://blogs.msdn.com/rathomas/archive/2008/12/15/how-to-enable-logging-in-bcm.aspx
 
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Alan Watson

Luther,

Thank you for this information. I do not have the 'about business contact

manager' dialogue but entered the registry key manually and now have the log

file.

It is rather long and complicated. I am not sure I have properly understood

it but I can see:

1. that at least one problem in trying to upgrade the database is that it

(my current database) does not contain the stored procedure

MSBusinessContactManager.dbo.ir_CheckIfDBShared

It has a great many other stored procedures, but not this one.

2. In trying to create a new database at least one of the reasons for the

process failing appears to be that it is looking for two scripts that do not

exist, notably:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Small Business\Business Contact

Manager\\db_localized_script.sql and

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Small Business\Business Contact

Manager\\db_neutral_script.sql

As I say there is lots more in the file. I would obviously be happy to mail

it to you if that would help.

Thanks again

Alan Watson
 
L

Luther Blissett

On May 14, 3:27 am, Alan Watson <AlanWat...
wrote:
> Luther,

> Thank you for this information. I do not have the 'about business contact
> manager' dialogue but entered the registry key manually and now have the log
> file.

> It is rather long and complicated. I am not sure I have properly understood
> it but I can see:

> 1. that at least one problem in trying to upgrade the database is that it
> (my current database) does not contain the stored procedure
> MSBusinessContactManager.dbo.ir_CheckIfDBShared
> It has a great many other stored procedures, but not this one.

> 2. In trying to create a new database at least one of the reasons for the
> process failing appears to be that it is looking for two scripts that do not
> exist, notably:
> C:\Program Files\Microsoft Small Business\Business Contact
> Manager\\db_localized_script.sql and
> C:\Program Files\Microsoft Small Business\Business Contact
> Manager\\db_neutral_script.sql

> As I say there is lots more in the file. I would obviously be happy to mail
> it to you if that would help.

> Thanks again

> Alan Watson


The interesting part of the logs are the errors at the moment when

Setup wizard fails.

Regarding the errors when trying to create a new db, not have those

SQL scripts can be fixed. They should have been installed by BCM

setup.

Run regedit.exe and go to

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall

\

search for "Business Contact Manager". Its hive/folder is probably

{B32C4059-6E7A-41EF-AD20-56DF1872B923}.

Look for the UninstallString value. It's data should be something

like:

MsiExec.exe /X{B32C4059-6E7A-41EF-AD20-56DF1872B923}

Run that command with a /I instead of /X. That should repair your

installation and replace the missing Sql files.
 
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