We have installed the minimal set of files in the Bin32 folder under Windows based on the documentation. We are not using encrypted connections or FIPS-certified AES in the database. We are just using regular AES database encryption and are installing the required dbrsa17.dll as documented. When test installing on a totally clean Windows build (i.e. one without msvcr100.dll located anywhere on the system), all the Java based administration utilities fail to launch, complaining that this file is missing and then saying:
Could not load the Java virtual machine library ...Bin32\jre180\bin\server\jvm.dll Windows error code 126 The specified module could not be found.
Adding msvcr100.dll to the Bin32 folder solves the problem. However, the documentation talks about different files for x86 (mscvr90.dll) and x64 (msvcr100.dll). SQLA17 does not install mscvr90.dll anywhere that I can find and seems to install msvcr100.dll under x86 also. Is this correct and are the other files for encrypted connections or FIPS-certified AES encryption required even though we are not using this?