I have a Windows Vista Business (32 bit) PC at work. Now I need to add the Microsoft Message Queuing Server to my installation and do the following:
- open control panel
- Add or Remove programs
- On the left pane selected "Enable/Disable Windows components"
- On the resulting dialog scrolled down to "Microsoft Message Queue Server"
- Enabled ALL the checkboxes belonging to MSMQ
- Pressed OK
Then the system goes to think for a while and proceeds to "install" the MSMQ server component. Then it says I have to reboot. I let it reboot the system.
Machine reboots and some stuff appears on a black screen looking like registry keys . Then it boots again and shows me another dialog saying "Installing update 3 of 3" or something like that. I wait until it reaches 100% and then it says it has to reboot again. So far so good, no error has been produced.
The machine reboots for the 2nd time in this process and everything seems fine, just before the Login screen when I am about to get happy I get a notification (Windows) that Windows Vista was feeling unwell and that it needs to rollback the installation. It does that and MSMQ is NOT there.
I have tried this already 5 times and it is ALWAYS the same! I can't get MSMQ installed on Windows Vista.