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This is the world of mystery errors you find in Share Point Server, any version, and until this very moment several of the solutions are not always from Microsoft.They are solutions that someone figured out just by looking at the architecture a little while longer with a lot of head-scratching, lip-biting, coffee-drinking, and gum-chewing frustrations.Deep blue screen, white lettered alphabets, few instructions, shortcut keys to answer either YES, NO, CANCEL, or PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE, and the corrupted files all plagued us till Win2k3. So the VM hosting the application services for Share Point 2010 was kind of slow. And enter the old database server name in Server Alias. If this returns a series of results (best if you use Notepad ) then that is the problem.
Now we breathe some air of relief with Share Point 2010 configurations made easy in one simple Wizard screen. I figured rather than looking for the problem, yank it off and reinstall after a proper backup. So, I fired up the Share Point 2010 Products Configuration Wizard of Oz, and got this along the way, just the very first steps really: Familiar it seems. SOLUTION: Create an alias on the server for the SQL client. SQL Alias is something which you may have to create when you’re moving your database servers around. And that is after you have battled the infamous install check which returned like 80 language packs problem, 120 missing locally problem and the rest of the evil minions from Share Pain hell. When done, re-run the Configuration Wizard again, and you should be fine. We can only hope 20 years up to the line from now that Share Point will stop giving us hair-tearing problems for no apparent known reason. This entry is for those environments with the June 2012 CU for Share Point 2012.
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We've worked around this issue by triggering the MSI build a second time when it fails a first time.
Not nice, but it works most of the time (error rate is down from ~ 10% to ~ 1%). I had been scouring the internet to find why exactly it was happening, and ran across numerous Microsoft replies that were vague and unhelpful, to say the least.