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Failing while trying to deploy Sharepoint Server 2010

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 03, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Hi, I am installing Sharepoint Server 2010 in [ Windows Server 2008 SP2 win SQL Server 2008 R2 installed]. Installation  fails  with message Configuration failed . The following error in the error log 23:09:10  9  INF                    Creating connection string for config db SharePoint_Config server sharepointalias 08/21/2010 23:09:10  9  INF                    Creating connection string for admin content db SharePoint_AdminContent_b6892e2d-f9c1-4c75-aac5-c7ebefb032ca server sharepointalias 08/21/2010 23:09:10  9  INF                    Using NTLM for sql connection string 08/21/2010 23:09:10  9  INF                    Creating a new farm with config db SharePoint_Config content db SharePoint_AdminContent_b6892e2d-f9c1-4c75-aac5-c7ebefb032ca server sharepointalias for farm mode 08/21/2010 23:09:10  1  INF                    Not running in high contr


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