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Sir, I have tried what you have suggested for catastrophic failure

When I have register using regsvr32 jdboledb it has given the following message ' JDBOLEDB was loaded but the Call to Dllregisterserver failed with error code 0x8000ffff'

Kindly help me to move further.

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That is a critical error. Something is not allowing you to access your registry. You might not have security to do so.

You might have to log in to your computer as administrator.

I recommend you contacting PeopleSoft support and make sure your system meets their specifications.

There might be a version difference maybe Vista 32 vs. 64.

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