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Got all the way towards the end of the install and got the following errors when the installer went to create the IIS virtual directories:
Any idea of what is causing this? I did turn off notcount on the SQL Server and enabled the "8DOT3" naming on the servers (followed by restarts) as various KBs indicated. But not finding any answers for these error messages. Using Windows Domain administrator account for all account specifications.
Infor OS Server:
Windows 2019 Server
34GB RAM (bumped it up in VMWare to get 32GB free)
4 Cores x 2.5 GHz
300GB free disk space
Windows Server 2019
SQL Server 2016 SP2
2 Cores x 2.5 GHz
250GB free disk space
Bumping... Anyone have a clue about these error messages? Anyone, anyone, Bueller?!
Hi, Tim. Is this a clean, fresh install or an update to an existing deployment? I plan to try updating our 12.0.40 to 2020-06 soon, then will coordinate updates with customer deployments.
Did you by chance check Event Viewer to see if any additional clues might be provided there?
Not sure that it'll be related, but I have encountered the 'gotcha' where the NT Service account isn't in place (NT SERVICE\ALL SERVICES must be added to Local Policy > Log on as a service.). That can throw some errors for you. Another basic check is to ensure you have communication to all servers involved in the deployment.
Hope this at least provides a sanity check for you...
Thanks for the response! Clean install. Didn't see anything in Event Viewer related to those error messages. Had to use specific accounts (used domain administrator to ensure no issues with permissions or log in as a service) because the installer bombed when it tried creating the service accounts. Quadruple checked that all servers could communicate with each other and turned off Windows Firewall to make sure there are no port issues.
This has been a pretty consistent issue for me since I started trying to create a test environment to explore Infor OS since the 11.x.x versions. Have never gotten past the IIS virtual directory creation part of the installer. It always dies there for me.
Some things I have learned and added to my build attempts:
Does anyone have any other tips/procedures they have done that helped them get Infor OS to install?