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Server 2012 Remote Desktop Services Failed Installation

Posted on 2013-11-03
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I'm having issues with Remote Desktop Services with Server 2012.  Every time I try to install it fails, with the following in the Event Viewer.

Update SBMgr-UI of package SessionDirectoryServerRole failed to be turned on. Status: 0x80070bc9.

Update SBMgr-UI of package SessionDirectoryServerRole failed to be turned on. Status: 0x80070bc9.

Update Windows-Internal-Database of package Windows-Internal-Database-Package failed to be turned on. Status: 0x80070bc9.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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by:Kash
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by:aweishaupt
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Here's the catch though, this isn't while installing updates, this is while trying to add the Remote Desktop Services Role, and this same error is occurring on 3 separate fresh installs of Server 2012.

I will give that a shot when I can take the downtime.
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by:Ratnesh Mishra
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Do you have any Anti-Virus in installed ? if yes, kindly disable it and then try ? there are situation when anti-virus stops making entry to the registry and what if you try to add any other role on the issue facing server ,are you facing the same error ?
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aweishaupt earned 0 total points
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Turned out to be an incorrect configuration of the licensing server.
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by:aweishaupt
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None of the other solutions were the correct one.
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by:chj12316
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What license sever did you configure????  I don't have any license server installed?
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