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JbossTools - "Unable to read repository at jar:file:.../jbosstools-3.3.0.M3.aggregate-Update-2011"

 
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Hello. When I tried to install JBossTools in Eclipse Indigo I got this message: "Could not find http://download.jboss.org/jbosstools/updates/development/indigo". I am thinking this is because the network restriction where I work. Then, I downloaded the JBossTools zip in my home and I tryed to install in my work Eclipse Indigo and then I go this error "Unable to read repository at jar:file:/C:/_D/Instaladores/jbosstools-3.3.0.M3.aggregate-Update-2011-09-15_20-45-52-H23.zip!/content.xml. error in opening zip file". Could someone help me with this message? Is there some workaround to resolve the network restrictions? I tried change some settings in eclipse.ini without sucess.
 
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FYI, I have run into the exact same thing.
 
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