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Can i install SCCM 1902 Secondary site Server from ISO? RRS feed

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  • Hi :

    When create SCCM 1902 secondary site from primary site, it keep show "Setup has detected that terminal services are running on this computer and the current user session is in execute mode. You must set the current user session to install mode in order to run Configure Manager Setup"

    I run "change user /install", but it still not  fix the problem. This server(2012 R2) had Remote Desktop service installed.

    Is there any way to install secondary site server from ISO? I think the remote session had problem.

     

    Thanks in advance.

    Target machine log 1. ConfigMgrSetup.log

    ~~===================== << Starting Configuration Manager 2012 Setup >> =====================  $$<Configuration Manager Setup><05-23-2019 09:59:04.045+420><thread=17780 (0x4574)>
    INFO: ConfigMgr2012 Setup was started by NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM.  $$<Configuration Manager Setup><05-23-2019 09:59:04.048+420><thread=17780 (0x4574)>
    ~Setup has detected that terminal services are running on this computer and the current user session is in execute mode.  You must set the current user session to install mode in order to run Configuration Manager Setup.  $$<Configuration Manager Setup><05-23-2019 09:59:04.065+420><thread=17780 (0x4574)>

    Log 2: 

    Starting SMS_BOOTSTRAP.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.786+42><thread=5458>
    Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager v5.00 (Build 8790)  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.789+42><thread=5458>
    Copyright (C) 2011 Microsoft Corp.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.789+42><thread=5458>
    Set current directory to C:\.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.790+42><thread=5458>
    INFO:Action:<Install>.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.791+42><thread=5458>
    Successfully read C:\SMS_BOOTSTRAP.ini.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.791+42><thread=5458>
    Started for the first time.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.791+42><thread=5458>
    Current time: Thu May 23 09:59:03 2019  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.792+42><thread=5458>
    Looking for the .PKG file...  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.795+42><thread=5458>
    C:\SMS_BOOTSTRAP.pkg does not exist.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.795+42><thread=5458>
    Elapsed time since startup: 0 days, 00 hours, 00 minutes, 00 seconds.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.798+42><thread=5458>
    Looking for the SMS CD...  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.798+42><thread=5458>
    Checking CD Source Path [e:\SCCM Data\Source ISO\SCCM 1902 Source]  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.799+42><thread=5458>
    Successfully parsed e:\SCCM Data\Source ISO\SCCM 1902 Source\SMSSETUP\install.map.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.845+42><thread=5458>
    e:\SCCM Data\Source ISO\SCCM 1902 Source\SMSSETUP\install.map build number "8790" is correct.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.845+42><thread=5458>
    Elapsed time since startup: 0 days, 00 hours, 00 minutes, 00 seconds.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.846+42><thread=5458>
    Running SMS Setup...  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.847+42><thread=5458>
    Successfully parsed e:\SCCM Data\Source ISO\SCCM 1902 Source\SMSSETUP\install.map.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.892+42><thread=5458>
    e:\SCCM Data\Source ISO\SCCM 1902 Source\SMSSETUP\install.map build number "8790" is correct.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.892+42><thread=5458>
    Started "e:\SCCM Data\Source ISO\SCCM 1902 Source\SMSSETUP\bin\x64\SetupWPF.exe /script C:\SMS_BOOTSTRAP.ini /nouserinput" as PID 22344.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.895+42><thread=5458>
    Waiting for PID 22344 to terminate...  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:03.896+42><thread=5458>
    PID 22344 exited with code 1.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:08.897+42><thread=5458>
    FATAL ERROR: SMS_SITE_COMPONENT_MANAGER is not running, setup must have failed, bootstrap procedure aborted!  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:08.900+42><thread=5458>
    Deinstalling myself...  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:08.903+42><thread=5458>
    Deleted C:\SMS_BOOTSTRAP.ini.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:08.907+42><thread=5458>
    Deleted C:\SMS_BOOTSTRAP.EXE.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:08.916+42><thread=5458>
    SMS_BOOTSTRAP stopped.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:08.917+42><thread=5EF4>
    ********************************************************************************  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 09:59:08.918+42><thread=5EF4>
    WARNING: Could not deinstall the SMS_BOOTSTRAP service, continuing anyway: The operation completed successfully.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 10:04:11.554+42><thread=5458>
    Deinstallation complete.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 10:04:11.554+42><thread=5458>
    Bootstrap procedure unsuccessful.  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 10:04:11.554+42><thread=5458>
    Stopping SMS_BOOTSTRAP...  $$<SMS_BOOTSTRAP><05-23-2019 10:04:11.554+42><thread=5458>

    Thursday, May 23, 2019 8:25 PM

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  • > Is there any way to install secondary site server from ISO?

    Not in a supported way, no.


    Jason | https://home.configmgrftw.com | @jasonsandys

    Thursday, May 23, 2019 9:21 PM
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  • Hi,

    Did you open CMD as administrator and run the following command: change user /install?

    Regards,
    Allen

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    Friday, May 24, 2019 6:06 AM
  • yes, i did, but it does not work.

    Change user /install

    change user/execute

    change user /query.

    in the log, i can see the primary site use NT AUTHORITY/SYSTEM to push install on secondary site server. And then the error show up and setup stopped. 

    Right now, I uninstall Remote Desktop Host service/Terminal Services, and setup start, but not finish. will update post.


    Friday, May 24, 2019 3:25 PM
  • After uninstall Remote Desktop Host role, secondary site push successfully.
    • Marked as answer by Wally Hua Thursday, July 11, 2019 6:05 PM
    Friday, May 24, 2019 3:59 PM