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sharepoint 2013 -  After SP1 installation - Sharepoint products Configuration Wizard stuck

Posted on 2014-03-03
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I have run SP1 on the server and it went without a hitch. I am doing the second part of the upgrade which includes running the Sharepoint Products Configuration Wizard.

This GUI stops at step 9 of 10, says upgrading sharepoint products yet never finishes. (command line does the same thing)

I left this going From Friday morning to this morning just to be safe.

How do I figure out what is wrong and finalize the upgrade to SP1?
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The process did finish. Just the GUI never registers this as the case. Rebooted the server and it came back as the DB are fine and upgraded.
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