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Windows XP Windows 7, MapPoint 2006

This is a discussion on Windows XP Windows 7, MapPoint 2006 within the Development forums, part of the MapPoint Desktop Discussion category; One more details for the mappoint 2006 error. i installed mappoint2009 and mappoint 2010 in the 64 bit machine with ...

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    tajnaj is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    Re: Windows XP Windows 7, MapPoint 2006

    One more details for the mappoint 2006 error.

    i installed mappoint2009 and mappoint 2010 in the 64 bit machine with windows 7 ultimate OS , and both work without any registring steps .

    but the mappiont 2006 throw the error of class not registred even if registred the dll in the command line succefully.

    Any more suggestions ???

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    Re: Windows XP Windows 7, MapPoint 2006

    MapPoint 2006 predates Windows 7 by three and a half years: you might be out of luck.
    If MapPoint 2009 and 2010 work - why not use them?


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    Re: Windows XP Windows 7, MapPoint 2006

    Hi,
    I see what you mean and you are right but I need mappoint 2006 to work within windows 7 for an old customer for maintenance perposes.
    Thanks

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    Re: Windows XP Windows 7, MapPoint 2006

    I get the same error with MP2010. Did you ever come across a solution for this? After doing research it appears this problem is related to the new session 0 isolation used in Vista/Windows 7. In our software, we are attempting to call some MapPoint functions from a windows service and get the error. It looks like you can't call MapPoint functions in session 0. It works in XP because services and UI run in the same session. Is there a way to use MapPoint functions in session 0? We don't need any visual interface (UI), with MapPoint, but it appears this is required. Can any MapPoint representative confirm this?

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