With the release of 2023 I had hoped that the OneAPi basekit installment with the VS 2022 IDE option was solved. But unfortunately, the same problems as before.
I have no solution to that, but maybe a hint.
I setup an offline installation (downloaded everything first)
After the result of the install failure, like Jasper. I looked at the Windows (11) event log:
eventlog app: Failed to connect to server. Error: 0x800401F0
Windows Installer reconfigured the product. Product Name: oneAPI Common Environment Scripts. Product Version: 23.0.25468. Product Language: 1033.
Manufacturer: Intel Corporation. Reconfiguration success or error status: 0.
So looking at the tcp/ip tracing at the same time :
Installer starts some TCP/IP communication with Intel server: 188.8.131.52
Then it fails.
Hints: even with reinstalling VS's (+ clearing register as suggested) it goes wrong. So maybe there are other "deep" register settings spoiling the installation during the short Intel server interaction (even during installing local). Certificates, licensing, blocking acknowledge????
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- By referring to 'clearing register' did you mean through registry editor or un-registering & re-registering of the dll file that we suggest?
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Thanks for your response,
I give up (trying to install the VS2022 IDE interface) and I use the software separately.
I spent a lot of time of cleaning registers/ reinstalling VS2022 (and the extra’s). I followed nearly all the suggestions found on the forum.
Also change and experimented the VS's setup dll's (as mentioned in several responses): Microsoft.VisualStudio.Setup.Configuration.Native.dll
I did that last year and also this year.
On a complete clean machine it works to install everything ok. But on a machine running oneAPI in the past it fails. See my suggestions (may be out of date certificates; I don’t know, Intel should know).
I include some information on your request, but they are the same as everyone else with the same problem.
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