December 2006 Information in this document, including URL and other Internet Web site references, is subject to change without notice.
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Other countries that are displayed in the CRSECountry configuration key are not supported.
A list of issues fixed in this release of the product is provided first.
Issues fixed in Service Pack 1 Following the fixed issues list, information about known issues is organized into the following areas: Upgrade Issues Setup, Installation, and Configuration Issues Server and Database Issues Data Import and Export Issues Performance Issues General Client Issues Balanced Scorecard Issues Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Issues Financial Management Issues Human Resources Management Issues Project Accounting Issues Quotation Issues Service Management Issues Supply Chain Management Issues Local Features Business Connector Issues Reporting and Business Intelligence (BI) Issues Enterprise Portal Issues Application Integration Framework (AIF) Issues Developer Updates Documentation Issues Discontinued Features removes inherited permissions for all accounts (including members of the Administrators and Power Users groups) when new permissions are explicitly granted on folders that are the root of a share (\\My Application Server\My Share).
However, inherited permissions are not removed for subfolders under a share (\\My Application Server\My Share\My Application Files).
Inherited permissions are also not removed for local folders such as C:\My Folder.
When you install an Application Object Server (AOS) instance, if you specify that the application files are at the root of a share, such as \My Application Server\My Share, Windows removes any permissions that the folder inherited from folders above it.
If the application files must be on a different computer than the computer that is running the AOS instance, install the application files at least one level down from the share root, for example, \My Application Server\My Share\My Application Files.
This problem is most likely to occur during distributed installations, and when you install a second AOS instance that runs on a different computer.