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unable to install openmanage essentials 1.2 on sbs 2011 std

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Im having trouble installing dell openmange essentials on an sbs 2011 box Dell Poweredge T310

it fails at "publishing Essentials application in IIS..."

the installutil stopps working and give the check for solution or close program, either of which uninstalls and removes the partially installed software (as it should)

the installUtil error log is as follows:

http://pastebin.com/wBVCKbre

Machine is currently up to date,

ive read through this article
http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/systems-management/f/4494/t/19530929.aspx

the hotfix referenced no longer exists on microsofts website, i did reinstall the .net 4 on the server which did not fix the issue.

Thank you in advance for your help.
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guess nobody wanted to answer this question.

some other sites are stating that you cant install openmanage essentials on a DC. Hopefully this will help some people in the future.
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