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BES 4.1.4 uninstall & reinstall

Posted on 2013-06-15
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Hello

The Exchange server that I had my BES and Exchange 2003 on lost it's RAID partition where the installation and data was stored. I was able to create a new partion (unsable to recover the old) and did a restore of Exchange pri & pub and that works fine as far as I can tell.

I have tried to get BES working but unable since the install folder is gone. I tried reinstalling over top of itself but keep getting the only option listed for the database location as being remote and cant create a new location locally. I have tried uninstalling it through Add/Remove to see if that would resolve but the remote location problem but keep getting Error 1316 a network error occurred while attempting to read from the file c:\windows\installer\blackberry enterprise server.msi.

I have tried deleting folders associated with RIM installation and even tried the keys also - no change.

Thoughts??
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I actually got it uninstalled using this set of instructions.

http://www.blackberryforums.com.au/forums/general-bes-discussion/352-perform-clean-uninstall-bes.html

I will post back outcome.
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After using the KB and got out, was able to reload and then do a restore to reload the old database.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Why dont you simply try to keep the msi file in that location.. so your saying you Uninstalled and try Install ? As if not i would try this rather Re-install

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by:bcp_cnsllc
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The msi was corrupted as in original post "Error 1316 a network error occurred while attempting to read from the file c:\windows\installer\blackberry enterprise server.msi." and the actual app was lost when lost the partition. Uninstall and reinstall was only option.
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when tried to reinstall over top of itself it would fail also since couldn't find original files.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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If i force uninstall and Install why would it look for older files data ? .... this is what i am trying to say. Also check after you Uninstall if there is any Registry for BlackBerry on the server

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I could not reinstall in the first place. Only way to get working was to get clean and install back clean.
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