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Error installing SSDT (-2147023746) RRS feed

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  • I am trying to set up SSDT on our build box.  The build box has visual studio 2010 sp1 installed.   (I don't have direct access to the build box and have to do any work on the build box via a human proxy.)

    Here is the tail end of the install log file I was sent.

    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Ratings file loaded successfully
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Contextual entry products: SSDT
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Adding product Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools, Database Projects (SSDT) to cart
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Contextual navigation to product 'SSDT'
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Adding product 'SSDT'
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : No SQL to configure
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : No MySQL to configure
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Setting current install to 1
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Starting install sequence
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Using cached file at C:\Documents and Settings\msandige\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Web Platform Installer\installers\SSDT\37790363C33655280681A470E48D6569AAEADFB9\SSDTSetup.exe instead of downloading from http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=236828&clcid=0x409
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Starting EXE command for product 'Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools, Database Projects'. Commandline is: 'C:\Documents and Settings\msandige\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Web Platform Installer\installers\SSDT\37790363C33655280681A470E48D6569AAEADFB9\SSDTSetup.exe /passive'. Process Id: 5848
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Install exit code for product 'Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools, Database Projects' is -2147023746
    DownloadManager Error: 0 : Install return code for product 'Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools, Database Projects' is Failure
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Product Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools, Database Projects done install completed
    DownloadManager Information: 0 : Increasing current install to 2

    Thursday, January 26, 2012 8:48 PM

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