It is quite possible that the program is simply not compatible with Vista.
Programs that install hardware drivers
such as for printers may not work
because the underlying driver
structure for Vista is different from XP. I
have a printer program called ClickBook that lets me do booklets for
instance that simply will not work in Vista. You may have to wait till a
Vista version for the program comes out. That said there is one more thing
you can try, that is to run the program in an emulator mode.
Right click on the program, select properties, then select the compatibility
tab, select a compatibility mode option (XP SP2).
If it is a hardware driver issue this will probably still not work but worth
"Surtoff" <Surtoff@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Dear Michael and Baxterl,
> I am glad I'm not alone with this problem! I am trying to install a
> software program I installed in my previous PC (Windows XP) to my new PC
> (Vista) but I keep getting this message: "This software cannot be
> using the 'Run as...' command. The installation cannot continue until this
> resolved." I am also logged in as an administrator. I tried Michael's
> suggestion: 'run as administrator' by openning the file and right-clicking
> the option, but even so, it doesn't work!
> Any other suggestions???
> "Michael Walraven" wrote:
>> Possibly right click the tool, select 'run as administrator'
>> "Baxterl" <Baxterl@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> > Vista, SP1.
>> > I'm using a license install tool. I jump thru the hoops and get a
>> > final
>> > message,
>> > "Failed to install license server. You need to be an Administrator to
>> > perform this function."
>> > I'm logged in as Administrator, I've set the permissions for the
>> > pertinent
>> > folders to wide open, I've tweaked the Registry so I theoretically
>> > power
>> > up
>> > as Administrator (www.interopsystems.com/community/tm.aspx?m=10345).
>> > Gosh, it would be nice if Windows provided single-user security-averse
>> > users
>> > with a single button: "Turn off all security, password, and permission
>> > stuff."
>> > ...Larry