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Unity upgrade from 2.4.6(135) to 2.4.6(161)

During the upgrade process, I am getting the infamous "Setup could not configure your system for you. You will need to do it manually." It asks you to click yes or no, but either one does keeps the system from coming back up. After clicking yes, I get an ActiveX error saying a script could not run. What can I do to get this back up asap?<br><br>Matt Slaga <img src="/images/icons/wink.gif"><br>Dimension Data US<br><font color=red>MCNE</font color=red>, <font color=blue>MCSE2k</font color=blue>, <font color=purple>CCNP/DP Unity Systems Engineer</font color=purple>

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Re: Unity upgrade from 2.4.6(135) to 2.4.6(161)

Hi Matt,
Hoping if this is still an issue you've gotten in touch with TAC. Generally for the install we'll need the tempu.log to find out where the failure is. Is there any glaring error there?

-Bill Baldwin
Cisco Systems

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Re: Unity upgrade from 2.4.6(135) to 2.4.6(161)

The "SysCheckPreInstall" said everything was setup correctly as far as permissions, but I manually added the user to the local administrators group, and added the user to the "User can log on locally" local policy. After that, the installation ran without any additional hitches.

Matt Slaga
Dimension Data US
MCNE, MCSE2k, CCNP/DP Unity Systems Engineer