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Oracle R Enterprise install ERROR: cannot copy req.dll file

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This is bit strange, I posted this message in 2 forums but surprisingly can't find it anymore!! Also, I need the solution bit urgent, hence I am trying to post in different forums assuming someone will have answer. Please excuse me if it is not relevant. Anyways, I would appreciate if anyone can help me a bit on this issue:

I am having trouble installing ORE 1.3 on my windows 7 (home premium, personal notebook) 64 bit. I strictly followed the installation note and made sure all the path variables are defined properly. My R version is 2.15.1. My Windows user is a member of ora_dba group as can be seen below.
C:\Users\sourabh>net localgroup ora_dba
Alias name        ora_dba
Comment         Oracle DBA Group

Members
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
sourabh
The command completed successfully.
Now when I try to install.bat (bare with me as I try to include the whole path as I believe there may be the problem. Note that my oracle and R installation is in H:\ drive, not in C:\. Can that be an issue about some windows permission? I off-course tried many ways, gave the user full permission, but no luck.)
C:Users\sourabh>H:\ORACLE\OracleREnterprise\ORE\ore-server-win-x86_64-1.3\server\install.bat

Oracle R Enterprise 1.3 Server Installation.
Copyright (c) 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

Checking R ...................................
Pass
Checking R libraries ........................
Pass
Checking ORACLE_HOME ...............
Pass
Checking ORACLE_SID ..................
Pass
Checking sqlplus ...........................
Pass
Checking ORE ..............................
Pass
Current configuration
  R_HOME            = H:\ORACLE\OracleREnterprise\R\R-2.15.1
  R_LIBS_USER     = H:\ORACLE\Oracle11g\product\11.2.0\dbhome\R\library
  ORACLE_HOME  =  H:\ORACLE\Oracle11g\product\11.2.0\dbhome
  ORACLE_SID      = SINHA
Do you wish to install ORE? [yes]

Choosomg RQSIS tablespace
PERMANENT tablespace to use for RQSYS [SYSAUX]:
  Using default SYSAUX
TEMPORARY tablespace to use for RQSYS [TEMP]:
  Using default TEMP
  Tablespace summary
  PERMANENT tablespace = SYSAUX
  TEMPORARY tablespace = TEMP

Installing libraries ..............
Fail
  ERROR: cannot copy "rqe.dll" to "H:\ORACLE\Oracle11g\product\11.2.0\dbhome\bin"

C:Users\sourabh>
Now here is the default group/user and permissions structures for C:\ and H:\ installation directories on my computer:
C:\program files : 

        Group or user names                                    Permissions
        --------------------------------------------------------------------------------                                            
        CREATOR OWNER                                          Special Permissions
        SYSTEM                                                 FULL control
        Administrators (Win7\administrators)                   FULL control                
        Users (Win7\Users)                                     Read & execute, List folder contents, Read
        TrustedInstaller                                       List folder contents, Special Permissions


H:\%ORACLE_HOME% :

        Group or user names                                    Permissions
        --------------------------------------------------------------------------------                                            
        Authenticated Users                                    Special Permissions
        SYSTEM                                                 FULL control
        Administrators (Win7\administrators)                   FULL control                
Now noticed that there is no user called sourabh (Win7\Users) or Users (Win7\Users) on H:\, so I created and gave them "Full control" permission before running install script, but still no luck.... Any help please?

Thanks,
Sourabh

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