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SCCM - Secondary Site Installation Fails

Hello All -

I've been trying to create a secondary site for SCCM for the past couple of hours, but it fails each time.  

Here's what I've tried:

1. The method that I use is to push an installation from my primary SCCM server.  
2.  I have the primary sccm server's hostname as a local admin on the secondary server.
3. Start the push from the prmary
4. Set it to install to c:\sccm (tried creating and not creating folder first)
5. Watch bootstrap file copy over to secondary root, then extract to temp folder.
6. The installation fails after I review log files which are below.

Please help!
ConfigMgrPrereq.log
 ConfigMgrSetup.log
 SMS-BOOTSTRAP.log
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BzowK
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KezziCommented:
can yo post a copy of the bootstrap.ini?
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BzowKAuthor Commented:
Here you go... SMS-BOOTSTRAP.INI
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KezziCommented:
That Bootstrap.ini is for the deinstall of the site.  I take it that was the last action performed on that server?
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BzowKAuthor Commented:
Yea, I guess so.  It was the only thing on the root.
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KezziCommented:
Have you tried a manual install?
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BzowKAuthor Commented:
Yes - Many times
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KezziCommented:
Do you have the Setup log file from the manual install?  Are you able to repeat this process and produce as much logging for the manual install to help us help you?
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