Yes, Firewall and UAC was stopped before install of software. The SQL Anywhere server console reports:
Running Windows Vista Build 6000 on X86 (X86_64)
Server built for X86 processor architecture
2048K of memory used for caching
Minimum cache size: 2048K, maximum cache size: 1491064K
Using a maximum page size of 8192 bytes
Starting database "servoy_repository" (C:\Program Files\Servoy\database\servoy_repository.db) at Mon Sep 17 2007 09:04
Database recovery in progress
Last checkpoint at Mon Sep 17 2007 03:09
Performance warning: Database file "C:\Program Files\Servoy\database\servoy_repository.db" consists of 47 disk fragments
Transaction log: servoy_repository.log...
Starting checkpoint of "servoy_repository" (servoy_repository.db) at Mon Sep 17 2007 09:04
Finished checkpoint of "servoy_repository" (servoy_repository.db) at Mon Sep 17 2007 09:04
Database "servoy_repository" (servoy_repository.db) started at Mon Sep 17 2007 09:04
Database server started at Mon Sep 17 2007 09:04
Trying to start SharedMemory link ...
SharedMemory link started successfully
Trying to start TCPIP link ...
Starting on port 2638
So the database is open but the TCP IP connection stucks, the CPU goes to 100% usage and nothing more appens.
The same thing with the developer edition of SQL Anywhere, not only with Servoy.
I also tried to change the port, but still the same error.
If I tell to server not to use TCPIP the starting process goes to the end, but is not possible to connect to database.
So it seems that the problem is the socket creation, but why?