Should I able to file T2 corporation tax year end June 1, 2015, with new version of profile 2015.0.05? but for some reason I can't, please help me?

I've upgraded latest version of Profile 2015.0.05, but message says warning: info fiscal periods ending after April 30, 2015 aren't supported. In addition to that, I am unable to print GIFI reports and cant efile T1 and T2 Coporation tax returns.

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Good morning, I’m sorry you’re experiencing this. It seems that the current T2 module may not be registered correctly with the Windows registry.

I will include an article here that will walk you through the step by step process on what steps to follow:
http://support.intuit.ca/profile/en-ca/document.jsp?product=profile-english&id=HOW25310

Please let me know if this resolves the issue you’re experiencing.

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