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Web Farm Framework hangs at AddServer Operation

During the course of adding sites to the primary server the HandleConfiurationChange operation hung on the secondary server. I've had this happen before but in the past if I removed the server that was hung and readded it everything would sync. Nothing would sync so I recreated the farm. Now I cannot even get 1 server to come online. The operations it says it's running are AddServer and HandleConfigurationChange. Looking at the Trace Messages the last message is Running operation 'EnableLoadBalancing' and will never get past this point. I'm running IIS 7.5 on both web servers and the web farm server. I've been unable to find anything like this online. I need help!
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medacRyan
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ThorinOCommented:
Have you tried manually uninstalling the web farm framework and agent from it in add/remove programs?
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medacRyanAuthor Commented:
Uninstall it from the Web Farm server or one of the web servers?
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medacRyanAuthor Commented:
I uninstalled the web farm framework from the web farm server and the agent from both web servers. Thanks so much Thorin0. I never would've thought I needed to uninstalled it completely from all servers.
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ThorinOCommented:
Did that resolve the issue?
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medacRyanAuthor Commented:
It did. Thanks.
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ThorinOCommented:
Cool
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