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Troubleshooting ACT

Published: June 11, 2010

Updated: June 11, 2010

Applies To: Windows 7, Windows Vista

This section describes the following:

  • How to troubleshoot some common errors that might appear while setting up and configuring the Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) database and ACT Log Processing Service.

  • How to troubleshoot known issues with User Account Control (UAC) restrictions, formerly known as Limited User Accounts (LUA).

  • How to troubleshoot known issues with the Windows® Compatibility Evaluator (WCE).

  • How to troubleshoot known issues with the Update Compatibility Evaluator (UCE), including issues that relate to performance and disk space usage.

In This Section

 

Topic Name

Description

Troubleshooting ACT Setup

Includes detailed information and recommendations about known issues that can occur when configuring the Microsoft® SQL Server® database to use with ACT and the ACT Log Processing Service. This topic also contains information about issues related to ACT Log Share permissions and the ACT Log Processing Service itself.

Troubleshooting User Account Control Compatibility Evaluator (UACCE) Issues

Includes detailed information and recommendations about known issues that can occur if an application uses anti-debugging checks or if you attempt to evaluate managed applications on computers that are running Microsoft Windows 2000.

Troubleshooting Windows Compatibility Evaluator (WCE) Issues

Includes detailed information and recommendations about known issues that can occur if you attempt to evaluate managed applications on computers that are running Windows 2000.

Troubleshooting Update Compatibility Evaluator (UCE) Issues

Includes detailed information and recommendations about known issues that can occur when using the Global Logger session and about known performance and disk space issues, as well as recommendations for maintaining disk space and database growth.

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