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Old May 31st 10, 12:10 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
WesleyTech
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Default Unable to install Microsoft TCP/IP Version 6 protocol

Thank you Anders!


" wrote:

On 5 Jan, 17:47, smiler wrote:
I have the same problem...no fix so far.

"Mack" wrote:
Whenever I attempt to install the install Microsoft TCP/IP Version 6 protocol
on WinXP Home SP2 either via the shell command "netsh interface ipv6 install"
or via LAN PropertiesInstallProtocolAdd I receive the error "Could not add
the requested component. The error is: An extended error has occurred." Does
anybody know how I can resolve this so that I may successfully install the
IPv6 protocol ?


Thanks in advance, Mack.


Hi, I had the same problem. I'm running Win XP (Pro) SP2. I fixed it
by enter the following command in the command prompt:
esentutl /p %windir%\security\Database\secedit.sdb
After that, installation of TCP/IP Version 6 worked fine.

Hope it will help someone,
Anders

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Old May 31st 10, 12:10 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
WesleyTech
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Default Unable to install Microsoft TCP/IP Version 6 protocol

Thank you Anders!


" wrote:

On 5 Jan, 17:47, smiler wrote:
I have the same problem...no fix so far.

"Mack" wrote:
Whenever I attempt to install the install Microsoft TCP/IP Version 6 protocol
on WinXP Home SP2 either via the shell command "netsh interface ipv6 install"
or via LAN PropertiesInstallProtocolAdd I receive the error "Could not add
the requested component. The error is: An extended error has occurred." Does
anybody know how I can resolve this so that I may successfully install the
IPv6 protocol ?


Thanks in advance, Mack.


Hi, I had the same problem. I'm running Win XP (Pro) SP2. I fixed it
by enter the following command in the command prompt:
esentutl /p %windir%\security\Database\secedit.sdb
After that, installation of TCP/IP Version 6 worked fine.

Hope it will help someone,
Anders

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Old January 27th 11, 12:21 PM
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Hi, I had the same problem. I'm running Win XP (Pro) SP2. I fixed it
by enter the following command in the command prompt:
esentutl /p %windir%\security\Database\secedit.sdb
After that, installation of TCP/IP Version 6 worked fine.

Hope it will help someone,
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Old February 24th 11, 12:28 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Robert v vuuren
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Default Unable To Install Microsoft Peer-to-Peer Networking & TCP/IP Versi

Hi, where and how do I add the command prompt?

Thank you

On Wednesday, December 19, 2007 3:04 AM Mac wrote:


Whenever I attempt to install the install Microsoft TCP/IP Version 6 protocol
on WinXP Home SP2 either via the shell command "netsh interface ipv6 install"
or via LAN PropertiesInstallProtocolAdd I receive the error "Could not add
the requested component. The error is: An extended error has occurred." Does
anybody know how I can resolve this so that I may successfully install the
IPv6 protocol ?

Thanks in advance, Mack.



On Sunday, December 23, 2007 5:39 AM Do wrote:


I have the same problem. Hope someone will be able to help.

Thanks
Don



On Saturday, January 05, 2008 11:47 AM smile wrote:


I have the same problem...no fix so far.

"Mack" wrote:



On Tuesday, January 08, 2008 2:22 AM anders.tornkvis wrote:


On 5 Jan, 17:47, smiler wrote:

Hi, I had the same problem. I'm running Win XP (Pro) SP2. I fixed it
by enter the following command in the command prompt:
esentutl /p %windir%\security\Database\secedit.sdb
After that, installation of TCP/IP Version 6 worked fine.

Hope it will help someone,
Anders



On Friday, March 14, 2008 6:21 PM Bria wrote:


That worked great... Thanks



On Wednesday, April 02, 2008 2:43 AM ShayaKNY wrote:


That's brilliant! It totally worked. I don't know all that much about the
"guts" of MS but could you explain exactly what that command-line program is
and what it is that it did that allowed my winxp home sp2 to install ipv6?



On Wednesday, October 15, 2008 1:03 PM Zora wrote:


"ShayaKNYC" wrote:

I have a SP3 and command worked just fine, thanx ANDERS



On Friday, March 20, 2009 1:13 PM murdok_w7 wrote:


WELL AFTER A YEAR IT STILL HELPS, THANKS A BUNCH ANDERS



On Thursday, November 19, 2009 7:48 AM Travis wrote:


This worked like a charm for me, too!
Anders, you are a Scandinavian genius!
Now why has not Microsoft put something like this in their Knowledge Base?
I have been looking high & low for 3 days trying to track this down; thank God
I just happened to notice that I could not install TCP/IP 6 as well, but my
main concern was the Peer-to-Peer component in Windows Networking.
Many, many thanks!


Hi, I had the same problem. I am running Win XP (Pro) SP2. I fixed it
by enter the following command in the command prompt:
esentutl /p %windir%\security\Database\secedit.sdb
After that, installation of TCP/IP Version 6 worked fine.
Hope it will help someone,
Anders



On Thursday, November 19, 2009 12:34 PM Jack [MVP-Networking] wrote:


Hi
XP was released in 2001, At the time IPv6 was not a part of any mainstream
system.
E.g. Can you easily install new electronics gadgetry on a Car circa 2001.
Yes, if you are an avid self doer. No if you just go to the Dealer.
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking).



On Saturday, November 28, 2009 2:58 PM Bruce Gavin wrote:


Thanks for the great tip.



I was reinstalling a broken IP stack as per TID 325356 and it failed with "an extended error has occurred."



Running Ander's command line did the trick.

Another entry added to my bag of tricks... many thanks.



On Sunday, May 30, 2010 7:10 PM WesleyTech wrote:


Thank you Anders!



On Monday, June 28, 2010 10:36 AM Simon Blackwell wrote:


Anders you're a star! Had the same problem and ran the command line. Fixed in an instance. Thanks



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