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  1. On my site distribution points, I am having an issue with after installing them that the SMS_MULTICAST_SERVICE_POINT comes up as critical under component status. This is because the mutli cast is not being installed for some reason. In teh status Message Details, i recieve this message, "Site Component Manager failed to install this component, because the Microsoft Installer File for this component (mcs.msi) could not install." in the mcsMSI.log.LastError I see these messages: Property(S): System64Folder.F65FD590_5BEA_48BE_8408_26F7244E8B61 = C:\Windows\system32\ Property(S): SMSCACHEDIR = Default Property(S): SMSCACHEFLAGS = Default Property(S): DISABLESITEOPT = Default Property(S): DISABLECACHEOPT = Default Property(S): SMSCACHESIZE = 5120 Property(S): SmsShellNotify_ActionText = Notifies the shell for the file-association icon changes. Property(S): CcmInstallMCS = D:\SMS_CCM\ 0 Property(S): WDS_ActionData = WDS Property(S): WDS_UnregisterActionData = WDS_UNINST Property(S): SmsMCSDetectDowngrade_ErrorMessage = A newer version of the SCCM Multicast Service Point is already installed Property(S): ARPSYSTEMCOMPONENT = 1 Property(S): ARPNOREMOVE = 1 Property(S): ARPNOMODIFY = 1 Property(S): MCSENABLELOGGING_Default = TRUE Property(S): MCSLOGLEVEL_Default = 0 Property(S): MCSLOGMAXSIZE_Default = 2000000 Property(S): MCSLOGMAXHISTORY_Default = 1 In the MCSSetup.log I see this: <05/12/14 15:14:16> ======== Completed Installation of Pre Reqs for Role SMSMCS ======== <05/12/14 15:14:16> Installing the SMSMCS <05/12/14 15:14:16> Machine is running Windows Operating System or later. (NTVersion=0X601, ServicePack=1) <05/12/14 15:14:16> IIS Service is installed. <05/12/14 15:14:16> Created the DP mutex key for WDS. <05/12/14 15:14:16> Created the DP mutex value for WDS. <05/12/14 15:14:16> Machine is running Windows Server. (NTVersion=0X601, ServicePack=1) <05/12/14 15:14:16> WDS is INSTALLED <05/12/14 15:14:16> WDS Service is installed. <05/12/14 15:14:16> No versions of SMSMCS are installed. Installing new SMSMCS. <05/12/14 15:14:16> Enabling MSI logging. mcs.msi will log to D:\SMS\logs\mcsMSI.log <05/12/14 15:14:16> Installing D:\SMS\bin\x64\mcs.msi CCMINSTALLDIR="D:\SMS_CCM" CCMSERVERDATAROOT="D:\SMS" USESMSPORTS=TRUE SMSPORTS=80 USESMSSSLPORTS=TRUE SMSSSLPORTS=443 USESMSSSL=TRUE SMSSSLSTATE=0 MCSENABLELOGGING=TRUE MCSLOGLEVEL=1 MCSLOGMAXSIZE=1000000 MCSLOGMAXHISTORY=1 <05/12/14 15:14:27> mcs.msi exited with return code: 1603 <05/12/14 15:14:27> Backing up D:\SMS\logs\mcsMSI.log to D:\SMS\logs\mcsMSI.log.LastError <05/12/14 15:14:27> Fatal MSI Error - mcs.msi could not be installed. <05/12/14 15:14:27> ~MCSRoleSetup(). <05/12/14 15:14:27> Stopping wdsserver service <05/12/14 15:14:32> Starting wdsserver service <05/12/14 15:14:32> RegOpenKeyEx failed (2) for: Software\Microsoft\CCM\Logging <05/12/14 15:14:32> RegOpenKeyEx failed (2) for: Software\Microsoft\CCM\Logging\@GLOBAL <05/12/14 15:14:32> RegOpenKeyEx failed (2) for: Software\Microsoft\CCM\Logging\McsIsapi <05/12/14 15:14:32> RegOpenKeyEx failed for Software\Microsoft\CCM\Logging\@GLOBAL <05/12/14 15:14:32> RegWriteDWord failed. 80070002. <05/12/14 15:14:32> ReleaseDpMutexForWDS: Deleting the DP mutex key for WDS. <05/12/14 15:14:32> ~MCSRoleSetup() - 00000000 <05/12/14 15:14:32> ~RoleSetup(). Any hep with this is greatly appreciated
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