Hi Igor, the Prerequisites states:
Microsoft Net 4.0 or 4.5 Framework is needed to run the Deploy Tool
The Deploy Tool have been tested on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 2012 Server
The Deploy Tool needs elevated privileges (Popup box will appear if UAC is activated)
8.1 and 2012 R2 will probably work, try. If you have any problems open a tread and we will address this and send out an update.
I have tried QDF in on windows server 2012 R2, with Qlikview desktop for windows 8 11.20 SR5, and its does not work.
First time I opened VariableEditor I got a popup box asking for admin privileges I accepted, after that its only crashes when I open VariableEditor and I don’t get any error messages.
I call Qliktech and they told me that they don’t support Qlikview on windows server 2012 R2.
(I have also installed QvS and QvP 11.20 SR5 for windows 2012. It seems to work)
Hi Igor, You need to run QlikView in elevated privileges, as it states in the ReadMe file.
There is a cmd script file you can create that boosts the privilege, try this.
UAC Command line script example
Here is another and more flexible example how to get around UAC, in this case create a script and place it in 0.Administration container base path. Right click on the cmd file and select Run As Administrator.
This one works with UNC path as well
:: Change VEPath if Deployment Framework structure is modified
:: Mount folder in VEPath
:: Execute VariableEditor.qvw
:: Unmount folder
You can also try this:
Variable Editor Shortcut when using UAC
The default Variable Editor Shortcut will not work when UAC is activated and folders are secured. Workaround is to modify the Variable Editor shortcut for your file system (not relative as the default shortcut) change target to:
In properties click the box Advanced and activate Run as Administrator