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SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard failed to register SharePont services - LocString

  Asked By: PR    Date: Mar 23    Category: Sharepoint 2010    Views: 4734

Hi, I have a two tier SharePoint 2010 (one server is application and the other is the SQL Server). I was able to install SharePoint with SP1 but when I am in the Products Configuration Wizard it fails on step 6 (or is it step 5?) of the process, failed to register SharePoint services. Please help, I have been working a long time on this and have found no help anywhere and everything I have checked has not led me to a solution. I have tried restarting the servers, IIS, uninstalling SharePoint and reinstalling everything but still the same problem. Any advice would be much appreciated, thanks.


An exception of type System.InvalidOperationException was thrown.

Additional exception information: The specified value for the LocStringId parameter is outside the bounds of this enum.



Microsoft.Office.Server.ApplicationRegistry.SharedService.ApplicationRegistryServiceInstance, Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal, Version=14.0.0.0, Culture=neutral,

PublicKeyToken=71E9BCE111E9429C
03/23/2012 15:40:55 1 INF Not running in high contrast, so we will paint the background with our trademarked image
03/23/2012 15:40:55 10 INF Leaving function ServicesTask.InvokeServiceConstructor
03/23/2012 15:40:55 1 INF Not running in high contrast, so we will paint the background with our trademarked image
03/23/2012 15:40:55 1 INF Not running in high contrast, so we will paint the background with our trademarked image
03/23/2012 15:40:55 1 INF Not running in high contrast, so we will paint the background with our trademarked image
03/23/2012 15:40:56 10 ERR Task services has failed with an unknown exception
03/23/2012 15:40:56 10 ERR Exception: System.InvalidOperationException: The specified value for the LocStringId parameter is outside

the bounds of this enum.

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Answer #1    Answered By: PR Developer     Answered On: Mar 26

I was able to complete my installation by using a different installation file for SharePoint. The one that I had issues with already included Service Pack 1, I tried that one without the service pack included and was able to complete the Configuration Wizard, the Windows Updates had already upgraded the installation to SP1.
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