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"Fatal error during installation" error message appears when installing ScanMail for Exchange (SMEX)

    • Updated:
    • 3 May 2016
    • Product/Version:
    • ScanMail for Exchange 11.0
    • ScanMail for Exchange 12.0
    • Platform:
    • Windows 2003 Enterprise
    • Windows 2003 Standard
    • Windows 2008 Enterprise
    • Windows 2008 Standard
Summary

When installing SMEX, the error message "Fatal error during installation" appears when the administrator changes the shared directory drive letter that is specified in the Configure Shared/Target Directory step of the installation wizard.

Configure_Shared_Directory.jpg

Directory Share is used to copy SMEX install files/folders during setup. These files are removed automatically when the setup is done. The default temporary shared directory is "C$" in all Windows platforms.

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The error appears when there are insufficient user access rights on the specified drive, as shown by this sample snippet of the SMEX_RIFRemoteInstallAgent.log:

2011/08/16 17:36:13 GMT-8:00 [04672:04808] [          RIFRemoteInstallAgent.cpp( 1094)]  DEBUG     Load Resource DLL: RIFResCommonDlg.dll
2011/08/16 17:36:13 GMT-8:00 [04672:04808] [                rInstConnection.cpp(  270)]  DEBUG ==> rInstConnectionRegistryImpl::SerializeDataFromMaster
2011/08/16 17:36:13 GMT-8:00 [04672:04808] [                rInstConnection.cpp(  276)]  DEBUG     Filename is: \\?\UNC\target-exserver\E$\smextemp\RIFCONNECTIONFILE
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2011/08/16 17:36:13 GMT-8:00 [04672:03408] [                     rUtilLogon.cpp(   24)]  DEBUG     Logon as ACCRETIVESOLUTI\sysadmin, LogonType= LOGON32_LOGON_BATCH, LogonProvider= LOGON32_PROVIDER_DEFAULT
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2011/08/16 17:39:28 GMT-8:00 [05652:06640] [                 rUtilMsiHelper.cpp(  269)]  DEBUG     Progress: Error 1923.Service ScanMail for Microsoft Exchange Master Service (ScanMail_Master) could not be installed.  Verify that you have sufficient privileges to install system services.

When the drive letter is changed to another shared drive, make sure that it has the Read/Write/Execute security permissions for both local Admin and ExOrgAdmin users to avoid installation problems. Otherwise, just leave the default shared drive "C$", which is already configured with the required access rights for local/domain administrator accounts.

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Deploy; Install; Upgrade
Solution Id:
1061172
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