Lync publishing wizard error

Good day everyone,

I'm installing Lync server 2013 and got to the point of publishing my topology.
Unfortunately, I got an error massage:

The logfile
I was searching for a solution on google.
This is what I found and tried:

I searched for my SQL database and looked if there were any databases for Lync created. There weren't any so I didn't have to delete them and reinstall.

I also looked at the share location. This is configured as: servername\FQDN\lyncshare. So that should also work correctly:

My topology
Please could someone help me?
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Kevin CrossChief Technology OfficerCommented:
If you already checked the databases (i.e., deleting existing), try to use a created SHARE versus the admin C$. In other words, try to create an NTFS share with appropriate permissions on CsData or desired path, then use \\lync.local\YOUR_SHARE\...

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pentheseAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your reply.

The part of the NTFS share gave me an idea and I overlooked the FQDN I gave ones more.
I saw a little typo and fixed it.
After republishing the topology it worked fine.
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