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SCCM 2012 SP: BGB http proxy Error 25001. 80070057

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Hi,

 

I'm experimenting on SCCM 2012 SP using a fresh install in a Server 2012 / SQL 2012 SP1.

 

Prereq were green.

Install passed with no Errors.

 

but after some configuration:

- SMS_NOTIFICATION_SERVER became red: Could not install bgbisapi.msi

 

Part of bgbisapiMSI.log is as follows:

 

MSI (s) (04:20) [17:15:29:109]: Executing op: CustomActionSchedule(Action=CcmRegisterPerfCounters,ActionType=3073,Source=BinaryData,Target=CcmRegisterPerfCounters,CustomActionData=C:\Program Files\SMS_CCM\

APP:SmsBgb,C:\Program Files\SMS_CCM\BgbPerf.dll,1033|c:\program files\sms_ccm\1033\ccmres.dll
OBJ:BgbIsapi,250,251,novice,0
CTR:LoginRequests,252,253,65792,novice,0
CTR:ContinueRequests,254,255,65792,novice,0
CTR:LogoutRequests,256,257,65792,novice,0
CTR:ActiveRequests,270,271,65792,novice,0
CTR:ActiveClients,272,273,65792,novice,0
CTR:FailedRequests,258,259,65792,novice,0
CTR:LoginRequestsPerSecond,260,261,272696320,novice,0
CTR:ContinueRequestsPerSecond,262,263,272696320,novice,0
CTR:LogoutRequestsPerSecond,264,265,272696320,novice,0
CTR:FailedRequestsPerSecond,266,267,272696320,novice,0


)
MSI (s) (04:30) [17:15:29:113]: Invoking remote custom action. DLL: C:\Windows\Installer\MSI11E1.tmp, Entrypoint: CcmRegisterPerfCounters
[17:15:29] @@ERR:25001
MSI (s) (04!A0) [17:15:29:129]: Product: BGB http proxy -- Internal Error 25001. 80070057

Internal Error 25001. 80070057
CustomAction CcmRegisterPerfCounters returned actual error code 1603 (note this may not be 100% accurate if translation happened inside sandbox)
MSI (s) (04:20) [17:15:29:138]: Note: 1: 2265 2: 3: -2147287035
MSI (s) (04:20) [17:15:29:138]: User policy value 'DisableRollback' is 0
MSI (s) (04:20) [17:15:29:138]: Machine policy value 'DisableRollback' is 0
Action ended 17:15:29: InstallFinalize. Return value 3.

 

- the http://localhost/CMApplicationCatalogSvc/ApplicationOfferService.svc is working

- the http://localhost/CMApplicationCatalog Fails with 401.1

 

Has anybody ended up with this - or better found a solution?

 

Thanks

BPSoft

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apart from the fact that SQL Server 2012 SP1 is not supported, disable any antivirus software you have and try and the installation again.

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apart from the fact that SQL Server 2012 SP1 is not supported, disable any antivirus software you have and try and the installation again.

 

 

Sql 2012 SP1 is not a supported version (well it was not a week a go anyway!)

 

Sorry, but this page says is is supported: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-US/library/jj628198.aspx

And, no antivirus installed so far.

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SQL Server 2012 SP1 is NOT SUPPORTED at this time

 

see

 

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682077.aspx#BKMK_SupConfigSQLSrvReq

 

and screenshot.

 

sp1 not supported.png

 

as regards the bgb error try running this command

 

lodctr /r

followed by a reboot and then retry.

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SQL Server 2012 SP1 is NOT SUPPORTED at this time

 

see

 

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682077.aspx#BKMK_SupConfigSQLSrvReq

 

and screenshot.

 

attachicon.gifsp1 not supported.png

 

as regards the bgb error try running this command

 

lodctr /r

followed by a reboot and then retry.

OK, will try this command first - and then - convinced - rollback using SQL 2012 w/o SP1

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I've got exactly the same issue after installing SCCM 2012 SP1 onto Windows 2012 server with a separate DB on SQL 2012 (no SP) with CU5.

 

Would be great if someone has a fix for this - I'll post my findings if I solve it myself.

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OK, will try this command first - and then - convinced - rollback using SQL 2012 w/o SP1

Finally I got the time - started from scratch (SQL2012CU2) - and succeeded in the end!

 

Hint: We have a seperate WSUS Server running. the the install of the admin console only can be done using PowerShell on Server2012:

(as ADMIN): Install-WindowsFeature -name UpdateServices-UI

This causes no Postinstall Activity and SCCM is satisfied.

 

Another hint: the prereq checker is not checking the complete requirements:

For the CMApplicationCatalog(Svc) ASP.NET and WCF are required.

 

Thanks for help out of that block

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Fixed my issue after a call to Microsoft. Management point was failing to install and additionally had the "Could not install bgbisapi.msi" issue but fixing the Management Point install sorted the bgbisapi issue.

 

If you have a similar issue on Server 2012 this may help you - seems a bizarre fix as it was a newly built server but did the job :-)

 

1. Uninstall the MP role from the console. Wait for the uninstallation to finish in MPSETUP.log

2. Delete CCM name instance from WMI.
a. Open Wbemtest and connect to root
b. Click enum classes and choose "recursive" then click okay
c. Under Query Result go to _NAMESPACE and double click it.
d. Hit the "Instances" button on the right hand side.
e. Then highlight the _NAMESPACE.name="ccm" value and click delete to remove it.
3. Try to install MP once again.
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thanks for updating this with the resolution.

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Hi all,

Just a word of caution - wat4lunch's suggestion may help, but it'll mean that other items fail. For instance any Powershell scripts you may have need that namespace to work.

 

Cheers.

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If you do want to re-add the namespace use this VBS script:

 

strComputer = "."

Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:\\" & strComputer & "\root")
Set objItem = objWMIService.Get("__Namespace")
Set objNamespace = objItem.SpawnInstance_
objNamespace.Name = "ccm"
objNamespace.Put_

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This worked perfectly for my troublesome MP installation.

 

However that little VBS script fails on Line 9 Char 1 with Error: Access Denied Code: 80041003 Source: SWbemObjectEx

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"I don't see any ccm instance in the wmi. I seea sms instance. Did you mean to delete the sms instance ? Please advise."

 

I have the exact same issue too.

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