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I'm attempting to install Lync 2013 on an existing Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.  I get an error "unable to find node" when installed the web components.

Also, I get this error.
applicationHost.config, system error: -2147020584

This is a server that is hosting other IIS applications.  Is there a specific requirement that Lync 2013 is installed on a server by itself?
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In a nutshell, yes.  Each role that is installed by Lync 2013 has very specific requirements. In this case, I assume you are setting up your initial frontend server. So, no, nothing else, other than the Mediation Server, can be collocated on a Lync FE box.
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