Can I use GroupWise client 6.0 on GropeWise Server 5.5?

I got an error when I try to install GroupWise 5.5 Client:
Could not configure workstation for application

Problem: Unable to process registry setting

I have tried everything to solve the problem but nothing works.
Do anyone have any answers to my problem?
Can I use GroupWise client 6.0 on GroupWise Server 5.5 and could it
the problem?

7/8/2003 8:33:26 AM
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Sounds like you don't have Admin rights on the PC, and no, a GW6
won't work against a 5.5 PO

Cheers Dave


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