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[Tutorial] How to install IIS on Server 2012 and Server 2012 R2

Here is a tutorial on how to install IIS on Server 2012 and Server 2012 R2.  The installation process for this is very straight forward and does not differ much from Server 2008 R2.  This guide will only go over the basic install, additional configuration of IIS is outside the scope of this tutorial.  Before beginning, you can choose to install IIS via PowerShell or the GUI.  Either option will result with the exact same configuration.

PowerShell

  1. Open an elevated PowerShell console
    Server 2012 - PowerShell - Run as Administrator
  2. Execute the following command
    1. Install-WindowsFeature -Name Web-Server, Web-Mgmt-Tools
      PowerShell - Install-WindowsFeature -Name Web-Server Web-Mgmt-Tools

      1. Note: Web-Mgmt-Tools is optional, but in most instances added to get the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager GUI snap-in to manage IIS

GUI

  1. Open Server Manager
    Server Manager
  2. Click on ManageAdd Roles and Features
    Server 2012 - Manage - Add Roles and Features
  3. Click Next > on the Before You Begin screen
    Add Roles and Features Wizard - Before you begin
  4. Click Next > on the Installation Type screen
    Add Roles and Features Wizard - Select installation type
  5. Click Next > on the Server Selection screen
    Add Roles and Features Wizard - Confirm installation selections - Restart the destination server automatically if required
  6. Select Web Server (IIS) from the list on Server Roles and click on the Add Features button once prompted.  Click Next >
    Add Roles and Features Wizard - Add features that are required for web server iis
    Add Roles and Features Wizard - Server Roles - Web Server IIS
  7. Click Next > on the Features screen
    Add Roles and Features Wizard - Features - Default
  8. Click Next > on the Web Server Role (IIS) screen
    Add Roles and Features Wizard - Web Server Role IIS
  9. Click Next > on the Role Services screen
    Add Roles and Features Wizard - Web Server Role IIS - Role Services
  10. Click Install on the Confirmation screen
    Add Roles and Features Wizard - Web Sever Role - Confirmation

System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager – CcmSetup failed with error code 0x87d00280

Symptom: When trying to install the System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager client manually, the client seems to never finish the install.  When opening the install log in C:\Windows\ccmsetup\Logs\ccmsetup.log, you will notice the following behavior, pointing mostly to client HTTPS/certificate errors.

<![LOG[==========[ ccmsetup started in process 2576 ]==========]LOG]!><time=”16:00:01.707+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9437″>
<![LOG[Running on platform X64]LOG]!><time=”16:00:01.817+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”util.cpp:1837″>
<![LOG[Launch from folder \\SCCM01\Manual Client Install\]LOG]!><time=”16:00:01.817+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:721″>
<![LOG[CcmSetup version: 5.0.7958.1000]LOG]!><time=”16:00:01.817+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:727″>
<![LOG[Running on ‘Microsoft Windows 7 Professional ‘ (6.1.7601). Service Pack (1.0). SuiteMask = 272. Product Type = 18]LOG]!><time=”16:00:01.895+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”util.cpp:1919″>
<![LOG[Ccmsetup command line: “\\SCCM01\Manual Client Install\ccmsetup.exe” ]LOG]!><time=”16:00:01.895+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:3590″>
<![LOG[Local Machine is joined to an AD domain]LOG]!><time=”16:00:01.895+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:714″>
<![LOG[Current AD forest name is mydomain.local, domain name is mydomain.local]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.035+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:842″>
<![LOG[Domain joined client is in Intranet]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.035+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:1047″>
<![LOG[DhcpGetOriginalSubnetMask entry point is supported.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.035+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:117″>
<![LOG[Begin checking Alternate Network Configuration]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.035+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:1095″>
<![LOG[Finished checking Alternate Network Configuration]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.035+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:1172″>
<![LOG[Adapter {39CB0535-CE77-4ED9-9807-2DB558378C86} is DHCP enabled. Checking quarantine status.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.051+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:436″>
<![LOG[Current AD site of machine is SomewhereOverTheRainbow]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.066+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:770″>
<![LOG[Attempting to query AD for assigned site code]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.066+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:2071″>
<![LOG[Performing AD query: ‘(&(ObjectCategory=MSSMSRoamingBoundaryRange)(|(&(MSSMSRangedIPLow<=3232279113)(MSSMSRangedIPHigh>=3232279113))))’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.456+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:656″>
<![LOG[Performing AD query: ‘(&(ObjectCategory=mSSMSSite)(|(mSSMSRoamingBoundaries=192.168.1.0)(mSSMSRoamingBoundaries=SomewhereOverTheRainbox)(mSSMSSiteCode=001)))’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.924+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:656″>
<![LOG[LSIsSiteCompatible : Verifying Site Compatibility for <001>]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.924+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:5419″>
<![LOG[Current AD forest name is mydomain.local, domain name is mydomain.local]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.924+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:842″>
<![LOG[Domain joined client is in Intranet]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.924+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:1047″>
<![LOG[LSGetSiteVersionFromAD : Attempting to query AD for MPs for site ‘001’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.924+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:5248″>
<![LOG[Performing AD query: ‘(&(ObjectCategory=mSSMSManagementPoint)(mSSMSSiteCode=001))’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.924+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:656″>
<![LOG[LSGetSiteVersionFromAD : Successfully retrieved version ‘5.00.7958.1000’ for site ‘001’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:5317″>
<![LOG[LSIsSiteCompatible : Site Version = ‘5.00.7958.1000’ Site Capabilities = <Capabilities SchemaVersion=”1.0″><Property Name=”SSL” Version=”1″/><Property Name=”SSLState” Value=”63″/></Capabilities>]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:5474″>
<![LOG[LSIsSiteVersionCompatible : Site Version ‘5.00.7958.1000’ is compatible.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:5385″>
<![LOG[LSIsSiteCompatible : Site <001> Version ‘5.00.7958.1000’ is compatible.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:5486″>
<![LOG[LSGetAssignedSiteFromAD : Trying to Assign to the Site <001>]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:2192″>
<![LOG[Got site code ‘001’ from AD.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:266″>
<![LOG[Performing AD query: ‘(&(ObjectCategory=mSSMSManagementPoint)(mSSMSDefaultMP=TRUE)(mSSMSSiteCode=001))’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:656″>
<![LOG[OperationalXml ‘<ClientOperationalSettings><Version>5.00.7958.1000</Version><SecurityConfiguration><SecurityModeMask>63</SecurityModeMask><SecurityModeMaskEx>63</SecurityModeMaskEx><HTTPPort>80</HTTPPort><HTTPSPort>443</HTTPSPort><CertificateStoreName></CertificateStoreName><CertificateIssuers>CN=My Domain Root CA; OU=IT; O=My Domain; C=US</CertificateIssuers><CertificateSelectionCriteria></CertificateSelectionCriteria><CertificateSelectFirstFlag>1</CertificateSelectFirstFlag><SiteSigningCert>CertificateInfoRemoved</SiteSigningCert></SecurityConfiguration><RootSiteCode>001</RootSiteCode><CCM> <CommandLine>SMSSITECODE=001</CommandLine> </CCM><FSP> <FSPServer></FSPServer> </FSP><Capabilities SchemaVersion =”1.0″><Property Name=”SSL” Version=”1″ /><Property Name=”SSLState” Value=”63″ /></Capabilities><Domain Value=”mydomain.local” /><Forest Value=”mydomain.local” /></ClientOperationalSettings>’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsadcache.cpp:236″>
<![LOG[Unable to open Registry key Software\Microsoft\CCM. Return Code [80070002]. Client HTTPS state is Unknown.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmutillib.cpp:373″>
<![LOG[The MP name retrieved is ‘SCCM01.mydomain.local’ with version ‘7958’ and capabilities ‘<Capabilities SchemaVersion=”1.0″><Property Name=”SSL” Version=”1″/><Property Name=”SSLState” Value=”63″/></Capabilities>’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsadcache.cpp:334″>
<![LOG[MP ‘SCCM01.mydomain.local’ is compatible]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsadcache.cpp:339″>
<![LOG[Retrieved 1 MP records from AD for site ‘001’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsadcache.cpp:287″>
<![LOG[FromAD: command line = SMSSITECODE=001]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:288″>
<![LOG[Current AD forest name is mydomain.local, domain name is mydomain.local]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:842″>
<![LOG[Domain joined client is in Intranet]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:1047″>
<![LOG[CMPInfoFromADCache requests are throttled for 01:07:09]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsadcache.cpp:173″>
<![LOG[Found MP https://SCCM01.mydomain.local from AD]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:6197″>
<![LOG[SslState value: 255]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:4425″>
<![LOG[Ccmsetup was run without any user parameters specified. Running without registering ccmsetup as a service.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:4490″>
<![LOG[Detected sitecode ‘001’ from AD.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:4500″>
<![LOG[CCMHTTPPORT: 80]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:8617″>
<![LOG[CCMHTTPSPORT: 443]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:8632″>
<![LOG[CCMHTTPSSTATE: 255]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:8650″>
<![LOG[CCMHTTPSCERTNAME: ]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:8668″>
<![LOG[FSP: ]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:8720″>
<![LOG[CCMCERTISSUERS: CN=My Domain Root CA; OU=IT; O=My Domain; C=US]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:8746″>
<![LOG[CCMFIRSTCERT: 1]LOG]!><time=”16:00:02.940+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:8778″>
<![LOG[Config file: ]LOG]!><time=”16:00:03.018+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:4539″>
<![LOG[Retry time: 10 minute(s)]LOG]!><time=”16:00:03.018+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:4540″>
<![LOG[MSI log file: C:\Windows\ccmsetup\Logs\client.msi.log]LOG]!><time=”16:00:03.018+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:4541″>
<![LOG[MSI properties: SMSSITECODE=”001″ CCMHTTPPORT=”80″ CCMHTTPSPORT=”443″ CCMHTTPSSTATE=”255″ CCMCERTISSUERS=”CN=My Domain Root CA; OU=IT; O=My Domain; C=US” CCMFIRSTCERT=”1″]LOG]!><time=”16:00:03.018+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:4542″>
<![LOG[Source List:]LOG]!><time=”16:00:03.018+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:4550″>
<![LOG[MPs:]LOG]!><time=”16:00:03.018+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:4569″>
<![LOG[ https://SCCM01.mydomain.local]LOG]!><time=”16:00:03.018+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:4584″>
<![LOG[No version of the client is currently detected.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:03.018+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:2748″>
<![LOG[Folder ‘Microsoft\Configuration Manager’ not found. Task does not exist.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:03.018+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”wintask.cpp:622″>
<![LOG[Updated security on object C:\Windows\ccmsetup\.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:03.033+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9281″>
<![LOG[A Fallback Status Point has not been specified. Message with STATEID=’100′ will not be sent.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:03.033+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9763″>
<![LOG[Downloading file \\SCCM01\Manual Client Install\ccmsetup.exe]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.048+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:5685″>
<![LOG[Downloading \\SCCM01\Manual Client Install\ccmsetup.exe to C:\Windows\ccmsetup\ccmsetup.exe]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.048+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:5769″>
<![LOG[File download 3% complete (61440 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.079+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 7% complete (122880 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.079+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 11% complete (184320 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.079+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 15% complete (245760 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.126+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 19% complete (307200 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.126+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 22% complete (368640 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.126+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 26% complete (430080 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.126+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 30% complete (491520 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.172+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 34% complete (552960 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.172+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 38% complete (614400 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.172+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 41% complete (675840 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.172+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 45% complete (737280 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.219+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 49% complete (798720 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.219+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 53% complete (860160 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.219+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 57% complete (921600 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.219+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 60% complete (983040 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.250+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 64% complete (1044480 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.250+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 68% complete (1105920 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.266+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 72% complete (1167360 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.266+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 76% complete (1228800 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.313+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 79% complete (1290240 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.313+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 83% complete (1351680 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.313+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 87% complete (1413120 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.313+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 91% complete (1474560 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.344+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 95% complete (1536000 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.344+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 98% complete (1597440 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.344+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[File download 100% complete (1614520 of 1614520 bytes).]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.391+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9185″>
<![LOG[Download complete.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:04.391+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:5867″>
<![LOG[Running as user “ej.admin”]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.311+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:1995″>
<![LOG[Detected 223212 MB free disk space on system drive.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”util.cpp:628″>
<![LOG[Checking Write Filter Status.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:2024″>
<![LOG[This is not a supported write filter device. We are not in a write filter maintenance mode.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:2051″>
<![LOG[SiteCode: 001]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:2076″>
<![LOG[SiteVersion: 5.00.7958.1000]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:2077″>
<![LOG[Only one MP https://SCCM01.mydomain.local is specified. Use it.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:10080″>
<![LOG[Searching for DP locations from MP(s)…]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:11018″>
<![LOG[Current AD forest name is mydomain.local, domain name is mydomain.local]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:842″>
<![LOG[Domain joined client is in Intranet]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:1047″>
<![LOG[Current AD site of machine is SomewhereOverTheRainbow]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:770″>
<![LOG[DHCP entry points already initialized.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:75″>
<![LOG[Begin checking Alternate Network Configuration]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:1095″>
<![LOG[Finished checking Alternate Network Configuration]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:1172″>
<![LOG[Adapter {39CB0535-CE77-4ED9-9807-2DB558378C86} is DHCP enabled. Checking quarantine status.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.327+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:436″>
<![LOG[Sending message body ‘<ContentLocationRequest SchemaVersion=”1.00″>
<AssignedSite SiteCode=”001″/>
<ClientPackage/>
<ClientLocationInfo LocationType=”SMSPACKAGE” DistributeOnDemand=”0″ UseProtected=”0″ AllowCaching=”0″ BranchDPFlags=”0″ AllowHTTP=”1″ AllowSMB=”0″ AllowMulticast=”0″ UseInternetDP=”0″>
<ADSite Name=”SomewhereOverTheRainbow”/>
<Forest Name=”mydomain.local”/>
<Domain Name=”mydomain.local”/>
<IPAddresses>
<IPAddress SubnetAddress=”192.168.1.0″ Address=”192.168.1.73″/>
</IPAddresses>
</ClientLocationInfo>
</ContentLocationRequest>
‘]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.342+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”siteinfo.cpp:96″>
<![LOG[Sending message header ‘<Msg SchemaVersion=”1.1″><ID>{F41949F6-9FCA-4C08-AB45-AD13397E03E4}</ID><SourceHost>MACHINENAME</SourceHost><TargetAddress>mp:[http]MP_LocationManager</TargetAddress><ReplyTo>direct:MACHINENAME:LS_ReplyLocations</ReplyTo><Priority>3</Priority><Timeout>600</Timeout><ReqVersion>5931</ReqVersion><TargetHost>https://SCCM01.mydomain.local</TargetHost><TargetEndpoint>MP_LocationManager</TargetEndpoint><ReplyMode>Sync</ReplyMode><Protocol>http</Protocol><SentTime>2014-09-19T21:00:05Z</SentTime><Body Type=”ByteRange” Offset=”0″ Length=”1146″/><Hooks><Hook3 Name=”zlib-compress”/></Hooks><Payload Type=”inline”/></Msg>’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.342+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”siteinfo.cpp:177″>
<![LOG[CCM_POST ‘https://SCCM01.mydomain.local/ccm_system/request’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.342+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”httphelper.cpp:807″>
<![LOG[Begin searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.389+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4393″>
<![LOG[Certificate Issuer 1 [CN=My Domain Root CA; OU=IT; O=My Domain; C=US]]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.389+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4409″>
<![LOG[Finding certificate by issuer chain returned error 80092004]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”2″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4516″>
<![LOG[Completed searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4550″>
<![LOG[Unable to find any Certificate based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”2″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4702″>
<![LOG[Locate client certificate bypassing Certificate Issuers restriction]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:6121″>
<![LOG[Begin searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4393″>
<![LOG[Completed searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4550″>
<![LOG[Begin to select client certificate]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4706″>
<![LOG[The ‘Certificate Selection Criteria’ was not specified, counting number of certificates present in ‘MY’ store of ‘Local Computer’.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4742″>
<![LOG[There are no certificates in the ‘MY’ store.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4764″>
<![LOG[GetSSLCertificateContext failed with error 0x87d00280]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”3″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:6141″>
<![LOG[A Fallback Status Point has not been specified. Message with STATEID=’315′ will not be sent.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9763″>
<![LOG[GetHttpRequestObjects failed for verb: ‘CCM_POST’, url: ‘https://SCCM01.mydomain.local/ccm_system/request’]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”3″ thread=”2624″ file=”httphelper.cpp:947″>
<![LOG[GetDPLocations failed with error 0x87d00280]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”3″ thread=”2624″ file=”siteinfo.cpp:532″>
<![LOG[Failed to get DP locations as the expected version from MP ‘https://SCCM01.mydomain.local’. Error 0x87d00280]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”2″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:11261″>
<![LOG[A Fallback Status Point has not been specified. Message with STATEID=’101′ will not be sent.]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:9763″>
<![LOG[Next retry in 10 minute(s)…]LOG]!><time=”16:00:05.436+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:8835″>
<![LOG[Current AD forest name is mydomain.local, domain name is mydomain.local]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.190+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:842″>
<![LOG[Domain joined client is in Intranet]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.190+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:1047″>
<![LOG[Current AD site of machine is SomewhereOverTheRainbow]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.299+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”lsad.cpp:770″>
<![LOG[DHCP entry points already initialized.]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.299+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:75″>
<![LOG[Begin checking Alternate Network Configuration]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.299+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:1095″>
<![LOG[Finished checking Alternate Network Configuration]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.299+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:1172″>
<![LOG[Adapter {39CB0535-CE77-4ED9-9807-2DB558378C86} is DHCP enabled. Checking quarantine status.]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.299+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”LocationServices” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmiputil.cpp:436″>
<![LOG[Sending message body ‘<ContentLocationRequest SchemaVersion=”1.00″>
<AssignedSite SiteCode=”001″/>
<ClientPackage/>
<ClientLocationInfo LocationType=”SMSPACKAGE” DistributeOnDemand=”0″ UseProtected=”0″ AllowCaching=”0″ BranchDPFlags=”0″ AllowHTTP=”1″ AllowSMB=”0″ AllowMulticast=”0″ UseInternetDP=”0″>
<ADSite Name=”SomewhereOverTheRainbow”/>
<Forest Name=”mydomain.local”/>
<Domain Name=”mydomain.local”/>
<IPAddresses>
<IPAddress SubnetAddress=”192.168.1.0″ Address=”192.168.170.73″/>
</IPAddresses>
</ClientLocationInfo>
</ContentLocationRequest>
‘]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”siteinfo.cpp:96″>
<![LOG[Sending message header ‘<Msg SchemaVersion=”1.1″><ID>{6DCC55BE-D180-41DC-ACF9-2B909F186F1A}</ID><SourceHost>MACHINENAME</SourceHost><TargetAddress>mp:[http]MP_LocationManager</TargetAddress><ReplyTo>direct:MACHINENAME:LS_ReplyLocations</ReplyTo><Priority>3</Priority><Timeout>600</Timeout><ReqVersion>5931</ReqVersion><TargetHost>https://SCCM01.mydomain.local</TargetHost><TargetEndpoint>MP_LocationManager</TargetEndpoint><ReplyMode>Sync</ReplyMode><Protocol>http</Protocol><SentTime>2014-09-19T21:10:09Z</SentTime><Body Type=”ByteRange” Offset=”0″ Length=”1146″/><Hooks><Hook3 Name=”zlib-compress”/></Hooks><Payload Type=”inline”/></Msg>’]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”siteinfo.cpp:177″>
<![LOG[CCM_POST ‘https://SCCM01.mydomain.local/ccm_system/request’]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”httphelper.cpp:807″>
<![LOG[Begin searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4393″>
<![LOG[Certificate Issuer 1 [CN=My Domain Root CA; OU=IT; O=My Domain; C=US]]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4409″>
<![LOG[Finding certificate by issuer chain returned error 80092004]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”2″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4516″>
<![LOG[Completed searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4550″>
<![LOG[Unable to find any Certificate based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”2″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4702″>
<![LOG[Locate client certificate bypassing Certificate Issuers restriction]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:6121″>
<![LOG[Begin searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4393″>
<![LOG[Completed searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4550″>
<![LOG[Begin to select client certificate]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4706″>
<![LOG[The ‘Certificate Selection Criteria’ was not specified, counting number of certificates present in ‘MY’ store of ‘Local Computer’.]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4742″>
<![LOG[There are no certificates in the ‘MY’ store.]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4764″>
<![LOG[GetSSLCertificateContext failed with error 0x87d00280]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”3″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:6141″>
<![LOG[GetHttpRequestObjects failed for verb: ‘CCM_POST’, url: ‘https://SCCM01.mydomain.local/ccm_system/request’]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”3″ thread=”2624″ file=”httphelper.cpp:947″>
<![LOG[GetDPLocations failed with error 0x87d00280]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”3″ thread=”2624″ file=”siteinfo.cpp:532″>
<![LOG[Failed to get DP locations as the expected version from MP ‘https://SCCM01.mydomain.local’. Error 0x87d00280]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”2″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:11261″>
<![LOG[Failed to find DP locations from MP ‘https://SCCM01.mydomain.local’ with error 0x87d00280, status code 200. Check next MP.]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”2″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:11117″>
<![LOG[Only one MP https://SCCM01.mydomain.local is specified. Use it.]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:10080″>
<![LOG[Have already tried all MPs. Couldn’t find DP locations.]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”3″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:11146″>
<![LOG[GET ‘https://SCCM01.mydomain.local/CCM_Client/ccmsetup.cab’]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”httphelper.cpp:807″>
<![LOG[Begin searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4393″>
<![LOG[Certificate Issuer 1 [CN=My Domain Root CA; OU=IT; O=My Domain; C=US]]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4409″>
<![LOG[Finding certificate by issuer chain returned error 80092004]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”2″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4516″>
<![LOG[Completed searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4550″>
<![LOG[Unable to find any Certificate based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”2″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4702″>
<![LOG[Locate client certificate bypassing Certificate Issuers restriction]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:6121″>
<![LOG[Begin searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4393″>
<![LOG[Completed searching client certificates based on Certificate Issuers]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4550″>
<![LOG[Begin to select client certificate]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4706″>
<![LOG[The ‘Certificate Selection Criteria’ was not specified, counting number of certificates present in ‘MY’ store of ‘Local Computer’.]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”0″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4742″>
<![LOG[There are no certificates in the ‘MY’ store.]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmcert.cpp:4764″>
<![LOG[GetSSLCertificateContext failed with error 0x87d00280]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”3″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:6141″>
<![LOG[GetHttpRequestObjects failed for verb: ‘GET’, url: ‘https://SCCM01.mydomain.local/CCM_Client/ccmsetup.cab’]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”3″ thread=”2624″ file=”httphelper.cpp:947″>
<![LOG[DownloadFileByWinHTTP failed with error 0x87d00280]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.315+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”3″ thread=”2624″ file=”httphelper.cpp:1081″>
<![LOG[CcmSetup failed with error code 0x87d00280]LOG]!><time=”16:10:09.331+300″ date=”09-19-2014″ component=”ccmsetup” context=”” type=”1″ thread=”2624″ file=”ccmsetup.cpp:10879″>

Resolution: This behavior is 100% caused by an invalid configuration using HTTPS.  In this particular case, machines were not autoenrolling in machine based certificates, thus, System Center could not authenticate the client and would not allow setup to complete.

Here are some things to try to point you in the general direction of where something may have gone wrong in your deployment:

  1. If you are not using HTTPS (do not have a PKI environment), make sure you have turned off HTTPS configurations for your site.
  2. Ensure your clients are properly configured for autoenrollment
  3. Ensure your clients are actually receiving a machine certificate from autoenrollment
  4. Ensure your certificate authority’s certificate and CRL lists are not expired

System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager – Configuration Manager console cannot connect to the Configuration Manager site database (SQL Server)

Symptom: When opening up the System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, you receive the following error message.

Configuration Manager cannot connect ot the site (CODE – FQDN)

The Configuration Manager console cannot connect to the Configuration Manager site database. Verify the following:

• This computer has network connectivity to the SMS Provider computer.
• Your user account has Remote Activation permission on the Configuration Manager site server and the SMS Provider computer.
• The Configuration Manager console version is supported by the site server.
• You are assigned to at least one role-based administration security role.
• You have the following WMI permissions to the Root\SMS and Root\SMS\site_<site code> namespaces: Execute Methods, Provider Write, Enable Account, and Remote Enable.

System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager cannot connect to the site

Additionally, when you browse to INSTALLEDDRIVE:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\AdminConsole\AdminUILog\SmsAdminUI.log, you see the following error:

[15, PID:11000][06/24/2014 08:20:34] :System.Management.ManagementException\r\nGeneric failure \r\n at System.Management.ManagementException.ThrowWithExtendedInfo(ManagementStatus errorCode)
at System.Management.ManagementObjectCollection.ManagementObjectEnumerator.MoveNext()
at Microsoft.ConfigurationManagement.ManagementProvider.WqlQueryEngine.WqlQueryResultsObject.<GetEnumerator>d__0.MoveNext()\r\nManagementException details:
instance of SMS_ExtendedStatus
{
CauseInfo = “”;
Description = “Unable to get SQL connection.”;
ErrorCode = 3242263810;
File = “e:\\nts_sccm_release\\sms\\siteserver\\sdk_provider\\smsprov\\sspobjectquery.cpp”;
Line = 2181;
Operation = “ExecQuery”;
ParameterInfo = “SELECT * FROM SMS_CombinedDeviceResources WHERE ((ClientType is null AND EASDeviceID is null) OR ClientType != 3)”;
ProviderName = “WinMgmt”;
SQLMessage = “[08001][-2146893022][Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 11.0]Client unable to establish connection”;
SQLSeverity = 0;
SQLStatus = 2148074274;
StatusCode = 2147749889;
};
\r\n
[15, PID:11000][06/24/2014 08:20:34] :Microsoft.ConfigurationManagement.ManagementProvider.WqlQueryEngine.WqlQueryException\r\nThe SMS Provider reported an error connecting to the ConfigMgr site database server. Verify that the SQL Server is online and that ConfigMgr site server computer account is an administrator on the ConfigMgr site database server.\r\n at Microsoft.ConfigurationManagement.ManagementProvider.WqlQueryEngine.WqlQueryResultsObject.<GetEnumerator>d__0.MoveNext()
at Microsoft.ConfigurationManagement.AdminConsole.QueryAdapter.DoAction(DataQueryBase query, IList`1 dataSources, IDictionary`2 parameters, IList`1 inputs, String outputCollectionName)\r\nConfigMgr Error Object:
instance of SMS_ExtendedStatus
{
CauseInfo = “”;
Description = “Unable to get SQL connection.”;
ErrorCode = 3242263810;
File = “e:\\nts_sccm_release\\sms\\siteserver\\sdk_provider\\smsprov\\sspobjectquery.cpp”;
Line = 2181;
Operation = “ExecQuery”;
ParameterInfo = “SELECT * FROM SMS_CombinedDeviceResources WHERE ((ClientType is null AND EASDeviceID is null) OR ClientType != 3)”;
ProviderName = “WinMgmt”;
SQLMessage = “[08001][-2146893022][Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 11.0]Client unable to establish connection”;
SQLSeverity = 0;
SQLStatus = 2148074274;
StatusCode = 2147749889;
};

Unable to get SQL connection.

SmsAdminUI_log - Unable to get SQL connection

Solution: During your installation you may have tried to change the default SSL certificate on the database.  Based on what documentation I could find, by design, System Center requires you use the default SSL certificate that gets autogenerated during the installation process.  In this case, you need to ensure you have a seperate SQL Server instance dedicated solely to the System Center installation and can use the dedicated system center SSL certificate.

Notes: If you receive errors like  like [SQL Server Native Client 10.0] SSL provider: The target principle is incorrect or  [SQL Server Native Client 10.0] Client unable to establish connection. you might need to install the Server 2008 Native SQL Client (which can be obtained from here).

[Tutorial] Setting up and installing persistent chat for Lync Server 2013

Here is how to configure persistent chat for your Lync 2013 deployment.

  1. Login to your Lync Front End Server and start the Lync Server Topology Builder
  2. When the Topology Builder window opens, select Download Topology from existing deployment and select OK
    Download Topology from existing deployment
  3. Save the file to your desktop
    Save current topology
  4. Expand Lync Server -> Your Site -> Lync Server 2013 -> Persistent Chat pools
  5. Right click Persistent Chat pools and select New Persistent Chat Pool…
    Create new persistent chat pool
  6. On the Define the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) page, enter the FQDN your standard front end server and check Single computer pool.  If you want to deploy a highly available environment for persistent chat, you will need to deploy 2 new machines to put into a persistent chat pool and check Multiple computer pool.  It is not supported by Microsoft at this time to collocate the persistent chat service on the same machines in an enterprise front end pool.  Once done, click Next.
    Define New Persistent Chat Pool

    1. In this tutorial, I am going to go over deploying persistent chat in a highly available environment.
  7. If you clicked on Multiple computer pool, enter in the machine names where the persistent chat service will be installed, and click Next.
    Define computers in persistent chat pool
  8. On the Define properties of the Persistent Chat pool page, enter in the Display name of the Persistent Chat pool (you can name this whatever you would like to) and click Next
    Define properties of the persistent chat pool
  9. Select the SQL Server store you wish to use and select Next
    Define SQL Server Store for the persistent chat pool
  10. Select or create a new file store and click Next
    Define the file store for the persistent chat pool
  11. Select the Front End pool/server as the next hop pool and click Finish
    Define the next hop server for the persistent chat pool
  12. Once done with the Persistent Chat wizard, right click on Lync Server in the Topology Builder and select Publish Topology…
    Publish the Topology
  13. Click Next on the Publish the topology window
    Publish the Topology Wizard
  14. Click Next on the Create databases screen
    Publish the Topology Wizard - Create databases
  15. Click Finish once the topology has been published
    Publish the Topology - complete
  16. Complete the following steps on each of the Persistent Chat servers you created
    1. Login to the server that will be running the persistent chat service
    2. Copy/mount the Lync Server 2013 installation media
    3. Run the setup.exe program from the Lync Server 2013 installation media
      Lync Server 2013 Installation Media - Setup
    4. Click Yes on the “In order to run the software on this CD, the Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 x64 Minimum Runtime – 11.0.50727 Package must be installed.” Dialog box.
      Lync Server 2013 Visual C++ Library
    5. Click Install on the Microsoft Lync Server 2013 dialog box
      Lync Server 2013 Installation Path
    6. Check I accept the terms in the license agreement and click OK
      Lync Server 2013 Installation EULA
    7. Once installed, click on Install or Update Lync Server System
      Lync Server 2013 - Install or Update Lync Server System
    8. Click Run next to Step 1: Install Local Configuration Store
      Lync Server 2013 - Step 1
    9. Check Retrieve directly from the Central Management store and click Next
      Lync Server 2013 - Retrieve Central Management Store
    10. Click Finish once the installation has completed.
      (oops, no picture for this one :()
    11. Click Run next to Step 2: Setup or Remove Lync Server Components
      Run Step 2 Setup or Remove Lync Server Components
    12. Click Next
      Set up Lync Server Components
    13. Click Finish
      Set up Lync Server Components - Finish
    14. Click Run next to Step 3: Request, Install or Assign Certificates
      Step 3 - Request, Install or Assign Certificates
    15. Click Request on the Certificate Wizard screen
      Certificate Wizard - Request
    16. Check Send the request immediately to an online certification authority and hit Next
      Certificate Request - Send the request immediately to an online certification authority
    17. Click Next on the Certification Authority (CA) page
      Certificate Request - Choose a certification authority
    18. Click Next on the Certification Authority Account page
      Certificate Request - Certification Authority Account
    19. Click Next on the Specify Alternate Certificate Template page
      Certificate Request - Specify Alternate Certificate Template
    20. Type in a Friendly name for the certificate (I would just use whatever you used for the Persistent Chat Pool Display Name) and click Next
      Certificate Request - Name and Security Settings

      1. NOTE: If you are deploying multiple servers in the Lync Persistent Chat Pool, make sure to check the Mark the certificate’s private key as exportable box.
    21. Enter in your Organization and Organizational Unit and hit Next
      Certificate Request - Organization Information
    22. Enter in your Country/Region, State/Province, City/Locality, and hit Next
      Certificate Request - Geographical Information
    23. Hit Next on the Subject Name / Subject Alternative Names screen
      Certificate Request - Subject Name - Subject Alternative Names
    24. Hit Next on the Configure Additional Subject Alternative Names screen
      Certificate Request - Configure Additional Subject Alternative Names
    25. Hit Next on the Certificate Request Summary page
      Certificate Request - Summary
    26. Hit Next once the certificate request process has finished executing commands
      Certificate Request - Executing Commands
    27. Hit Finish on the Online Certificate Request Status screen
      Certificate Request - Online Certificate Request Status
    28. Hit Next on the Certificate Assignment screen
      Certificate Assignment
    29. Hit Next on the Certificate Assignment Summary screen
      Certificate Assignment - Summary
    30. Hit Finish on the Executing Commands screen
      Certificate Assignment - Executing Commands
    31. Close the Certificate Wizard screen
      Certificate Wizard
    32. Click Run next to Step 4: Start Services
      Step 4 - Start Services
    33. Click Next on the Start Services screen
      Start Services Wizard
    34. Click Finish on the Executing Commands screen
      Start Services Wizard - Finish
    35. Click Run next to Service Status (Optional)
      Step 4 - Start Services
    36. Scroll through the list of services and find Lync Server Persistent Chat and verify it is Running.
      Services - Lync Server Persistent Chat
  17. At this point of the deployment, the infrastructure should be in place to actually push Persistent Chat out to your clients.  Next we will create a test group.
  18. Login to the Lync Admin Panel (Cscp)
  19. Select the Persistent Chat tab
    cscp - Persistent Chat
  20. Click New and select your persistent chat pool and click OK
    cscp - Persistent Chat - Select a Service
  21. Type in a Name for your persistent chat category and select who can have access to the category.  This category will be the container that holds a set of chatrooms.  Click Commit when finished.
    cscp - Persistent Chat - New Category
  22. Next, select the Persistent Chat Policy tab and double click on the Global policy.
    cscp - Persistent Chat - Persistent Chat Policy
  23. Check Enable Persistent Chat and click Commit
    cscp - Persistent Chat - Edit Global Policy
  24. Next, we need to create the actual chatroom.  This step needs to be done via PowerShell, so open up the Lync Server Management Console.
    Lync Server Management Console
  25. Execute the following command
    New-CsPersistentChatRoom -Name “My test chatroom” -Category “Test Category
    Lync Server Management Console - New-CsPersistentChatRoom
  26. Next, we will assign a user to the chatroom, so execute the following command:
    Set-CsPersistentChatRoom -Identity “My test chatroom” -members @{Add=”sip:test@test.com“}
    Lync Server Management Console - Set-CsPersistentChatRoom
  27. Now, we are ready to join our test chatroom.  First, close your Lync client if it is already running.
    Lync 2013 Client - File - Exit
  28. Relaunch Lync, and you should see the persistent chatroom icon.
    Persistent Chat - Chatrooms
  29. Double click on the chatroom and try sending a message.
    Persistent Chat - Hello World
  30. Congrats!  If you have made it to this point, you should now be able to offer a new collaborative feature to your users at your organization! 🙂

Lync Server 2013 – Installation error: Prerequisite not satisfied: Windows Identity Foundation is required.

Symptom:
You receive the following error when running Step 1: Install Local Configuration Store in the Lync Server 2013 – Deployment Wizard.

Prerequisite not satisfied: Windows Identity Foundation is required.

Prerequisite not satisfied - Windows Identity Foundation is required.

Solution:
Complete the steps below to install the Windows Identity Foundation.

  1. Start Server Manager
    Server Manager
  2. Click Manage -> Add Roles and Features
    Server 2012 - Manage - Add Roles and Features
  3. Click on Features on the left side, and then scroll down and check Windows Identity Foundation 3.5.  Click Next >
    Server 2012 - Add Roles and Featuers Wizard - Windows Identity Foundation 3.5
  4. Click Install
    Server 2012 - Add Roles and Featuers Wizard - Windows Identity Foundation 3.5.png - Install
  5. Click Close once the installation has completed.
    Server 2012 - Add Roles and Featuers Wizard - Windows Identity Foundation 3.5.png - Install Finish
  6. Rerun Step 1: Install Local Configuration Store in the Lync 2013 – Deployment Wizard and you should notice the prerequisite is now satisfied.
    Install Local Configuration Store - WindowsIdentityFoundation prerequisite satisfied

Lync Server 2013 – Cannot find any suitable disks for database files. You must manually specify database paths. error

Symptom: You receive the following error while running Step 2: Setup or Remove Lync Server Components under the Lync Server 2013 – Deployment Wizard.

Install-CsDatabase: Command execution failed: “Cannot find any suitable disks for database files. You must manually specify database paths.”

Solution: Verify you have at least 16GB of free disk space on the partition you are installing Lync Server 2013.

Lync 2010 – Deploying Monitoring Server Reports

I recently had the lovely experience of setting up the monitoring role for Lync 2010.  In doing so, I documented the steps I took to successfully deploy the Monitoring Server Reports Services.

Before beginning, here are a few notes:

  • Ensure you are using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 x64 Standard or greater (if you need to upgrade, see the following tutorial: SQL Server 2008 R2 – Updating a msSQL instance/server)
  • You have deployed Lync 2010 Standard or Enterprise
    • Both versions allow you to add this service

Alright, so lets begin!

  1. Our first step is to install the “Reporting Services” feature for SQL Server 2008
  2. Open up the Reporting Services Configuration Manager
  3. Enter the SQL Server Reporrting Services instance you want to connect to
  4. Click Web Service URL
  5. Enter the virtual directory name, port, and configure your SSL certificate
  6. Click Apply
    1. Note: If you had IIS on this box, you will need to choose different port numbers
  7. Open up Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio
  8. Login to your SQL server and create a new service account for your SQL server
    1. Make a sysadmin for the time being
  9. Head back over to the Reporting Services Configuration Manager
  10. Setup the Database Name and select the language.
  11. Leave Native Mode selected and click Next.
  12. Enter the same credentials on the Credentials step and click Next
  13. Click Next on the Summary pane
  14. Click Finish
  15. Go back to your SQL Server and deprivilege your account
    1. Uncheck sysadmin and Set the default database to ReportServer
  16. Click on the Report manager URL in the reporting Services Configuration Manager
  17. Click Reports if you are happy with the /Reports directory
  18. Once you have clicked Apply, verify you can view the website by clicking on the link it shows (it should bring you to a site that kind of reminds you of an old version of sharepoint :P)
  19. Go to your Lync Front End server and run the Lync Server Topology Builder program (Start->All Programs->Microsoft Lync Server 2010->Lync Server Topology Builder)
  20. Upon login, check “Download Topology from existing deployment” and click OK
  21. Save the topology to your desktop when prompted (or anywhere else, doesn’t really matter)
  22. Expand your Site, and click on the Monitoring Servers folder
  23. Right click on Monitoring Servers and select New Monitoring Server…
  24. Enter in the server to install the role on
  25. Enter the SQL server name/instance to use
  26. Finish the installation
  27. Head over to the server where you are going to install the Monitoring/Archieving role
  28. Open up the Lync Server 2010 – Deployment Wizard (run as administrator)
  29. Click on Install or Update Lync Server System
  30. Click on Setup or Remove Lync Server Componenets
  31. Let it install/configure all of its stuff
  32. Click on Run next to Server Status (Optional)
  33. Verify Lync Server Call Detail Recording and Lync Server QoE Monitoring Service services have been started (start them if they aren’t running)
  34. Go back to the Lync Server 2010 deployment wizard homepage and click on Deploy Monitoring Server Reports
  35. The server information should already be prefilled in. Click Next
  36. Enter in the SQL credentials needed to connect in
    1. For this step, I would recommend creating the account yourself (A good tutorial I came across on doing this can be found here, but I have summarized the steps below):
      1. Head over to Active Directory and create a new user
      2. Head over to the SQL Server
      3. Right click on Security->Logins and click New Login…
      4. Enter in your AD account you just created
      5. Click on User Mapping
        1. Check both the LcsCDR and QoEMetrics databases
      6. Click OK
        1. Do the following for both the LcsCDR and QoEMetrics databases
          1. Expand the database, expand Security, export Users
          2. Right click on the user you mapped to the database and click Properties
          3. Check ReportsReadOnlyRole and click OK
  37. Enter in the User Group you want access to run reports.
    1. This group is a list of users who have access to actually run the reports/will point and click on reports.
  38. Click Next, you should notice the following info when it starts configuring, that is normal:
    1. The following URL will be used for deployment: https://myserver.mydomain:443/ReportServer SQL Server logon credentials for “mydomain\myuser” already exist. Use the existing logon credentials. “[QoEMetrics]” role “[ReportsReadOnlyRole]” has already assigned to “mydomain\myuser”. “[LcsCDR]” role “[ReportsReadOnlyRole]” has already assigned to “mydomain\myuser”.
  39. Click Finish (Assuming all went OK) 🙂
  40. Head over to your Lync admin panel (web GUI)
  41. Click on Monitoring and Archiving
  42. Select Global and click on Action and select Enable CDR
  43. You can change any other settings in here to your preference at this point.
  44. Head over to your reports page. https://yourdomain/ReportServer
  45. Click on LyncServerReports
  46. Click on Reports Home Page

If you see the Monitoring Server Reports page with the Lync 2010 logo in the top left corner, get up, celebrate, and pat yourself on the back! 🙂

Other thoughts: The first time I deployed this, I ran into a ton of errors.  I have documented many of these issues and other issues that you might run into during your deployment.  Hopefully you don’t run into any, but if you do, hopefully they help you get up-and-going again.

Lync 2010 – Publishing the topology error: Missing Machine

SQL Server 2008 R2 – Reporting Services Configuration Manager – Create certificate binding failed – HRESULT: 0×80040238

SQL Server 2008 R2 – Reporting Services Configuration Manager – The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel.

Lync 2010 – The feature: “Customizing security roles” is not supported in this edition of Reporting Services.

Lync 2010 – Cannot impersonate user for data source ‘CDRDB’. (rsErrorImpersonatingUser) error

VMware vCenter Server 5.1 Install Error – “Create standalone instance VMwareVCMSDS” failed

When installing VMware vCenter Server 5.1, I came accross this issue after I had uninstalled an instance of vCenter running on the machine.

Symptom: When installing vCenter Server 5.1, you are presented with a dialog box saying Creation of instance VMwareVCMSDS failed: The name ‘VMwareVCMSDS’ is already in use as an AD LDS instance name; and are presented with options to force install or cancel.  I didn’t just keep blowing through the installer as I felt it would probably bite me in the butt later.  Instead I decided to figure out what the problem was and how to make the vCenter installer happy.

As the dialog box says, you can find information inside of the jointool.log and status.txt files stored inside of your user’s TEMP directory during installation (which can probably be found here: C:\Users\myusersdirectory\AppData\Local\Temp).

Here is what my log files showed:

jointool.log

[2013-01-08 10:46:53,833 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Failed to find instance config at: “C:\ProgramData\VMware\VMware VirtualCenter\instance.cfg”, assuming defaults
[2013-01-08 10:46:53,833 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Storage directory not found in instance.cfg.
[2013-01-08 10:46:54,223 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Skipping DB init as we are attempting to initialize without force/recovery/upgrade.
[2013-01-08 10:46:54,223 com.vmware.vim.jointool] JoinTool started
[2013-01-08 10:46:54,223 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Storage directory for LDAP instance: C:\ProgramData\VMware\VMware VirtualCenter\\VMwareVCMSDS
[2013-01-08 10:46:54,223 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Operation Mode: initialize
[2013-01-08 10:46:54,254 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Creating directory services instance VMwareVCMSDS
[2013-01-08 10:46:54,254 com.vmware.vim.jointool] LDAP port = 389
[2013-01-08 10:46:54,254 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Base DN = dc=virtualcenter,dc=vmware,dc=int
[2013-01-08 10:46:54,254 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Storage dir = C:\ProgramData\VMware\VMware VirtualCenter\VMwareVCMSDS
[2013-01-08 10:46:56,080 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Operation “Create standalone instance VMwareVCMSDS” failed: : Action: Create Standalone Instance
Action: Creation of standalone instance
Action: Create Instance
Problem: Creation of instance VMwareVCMSDS failed: The name ‘VMwareVCMSDS’ is already in use as an AD LDS instance name. Type a different instance name.

 

[2013-01-08 10:46:56,080 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Recovering from failed Operation “Create standalone instance VMwareVCMSDS”

[2013-01-08 10:46:56,080 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Recovery successful

[2013-01-08 10:46:56,080 com.vmware.vim.jointool] Execution error.

status.txt

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Operation “Create standalone instance VMwareVCMSDS” failed:
Action: Create Standalone Instance
Action: Creation of standalone instance
Action: Create Instance
Problem: Creation of instance VMwareVCMSDS failed: The name ‘VMwareVCMSDS’ is already in use as an AD LDS instance name. Type a different instance name.

 

—————–
Recovering from failed Operation “Create standalone instance VMwareVCMSDS”

—————–
Recovery successful

—————–
Execution error.

Resolution:
To fix this issue, I ended up navigating to C:\ProgramData\VMware and removing the VMware VirtualCenter folder (you could move it to a different directory to save as a backup just in case).

Now, rerun the installer and a clean copy of vCenter should install fine.

Notes: If you are prestaging your SSL certificates prior to installation, go ahead and recreate the folder structure of C:\ProgramData\VMware\VMware VirtualCenter\ssl and place your rui.crt, rui.key, and rui.pfx files in there.

How do I install vCenter 5.1

Check out Derek Seaman’s multi-step blog post. It is the most up-to-date guide with tons of information to get you going. It also refer’s to many of the installation issues that were found in previous versions of vCenter. As I write this, the blog has already begun making notes for 5.1a instead of 5.1 GA. At this time, 5.1B is out (which I would recommend you install), but you should be able to get through the installation just fine.

http://derek858.blogspot.com/2012/09/vmware-vcenter-51-installation-part-1.html

And as a reference, I would recommend looking over the release notes for 5.1  There is a plethora of info you may want to know as a heads up, prior to the installation.

https://www.vmware.com/support/vsphere5/doc/vsphere-vcenter-server-510b-release-notes.html

https://www.vmware.com/support/vsphere5/doc/vsphere-vcenter-server-510a-release-notes.html

 

Good luck!