I am getting the following error while installing the PI Integrator for Business Analytics. Any help
Are you seeing any errors in the event viewer to get some more information on the error?
First of all, make sure that you have .NET 4.6.1. I am unsure if it has been fixed, but the error was thrown when I played around with the beta because I did not have .NET 4.6.1 installed.
If you do, then make sure that you do have the privileges to install services and local admin rights on the machine. You could test it by creating a service using sc create.
You are the man!!! I didn’t have .NET 4.6.1 and after installing it worked. I am not sure if it was mentioned somewhere on the user’s manual cause I didn’t see any pre-requisites part. If it’s not there, OSIsoft shall add this.
Thank you so very much!
This problem is only present in the CTP. The actual release will properly check for .NET 4.6.1 and install it if necessary.
Concerning the "Your connection is not private" error, this simply means that you are currently not using a trusted certificate. By default, the integrator will use a self-signed certificate. We strongly recommend using a certificate from a trusted authority or a domain certificate. Check with your IT department.
While I am trying to start the Integrator, its saying the following.
Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from localhost (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). Learn more
We are also having this exact issue trying to install PI Intergrator.
We are installing it on a Windows Server 2016 Machine and have tried it with both .NET 4.7 and rolling it back to .NET 4.6.1
Is there anything else I can attempt or is this a possible compadibility issue with Windows Server 2016?
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