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@JohnChapman Thanks so much for your help. It's greatly appreciated. This indeed did solve the problem. Wish I could +1000000. Anyway, +1 Great Solution. Thanks again.
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@WaqasSarwarMCSE Uninstalling Infopath was indeed the trick. I ran into a few other problems along the way, but I got them solved. The configuration wizard now runs completely and successfully. Thanks a bunch. Post your comment to remove Infopath as an answer and I'll accept it.
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@WaqasSarwarMCSE Ok. I'll give this a while and update you when I'm finished. Thank you so much for your assistance. It's greatly appreciated.
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@WaqasSarwarMCSE I've updated the question with a snippet of the upgrade log that looked relevant. Office 2013 is installed on the server as well.
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@WaqasSarwarMCSE 1 server. Ran the command. Same error message occurred. "Microsoft.SharePoint.Upgrade.SPUpgradeException" on step 2 Initiating the upgrade sequence...
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@WaqasSarwarMCSE No such luck. Still errored out.
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@WaqasSarwarMCSE Ok. Will do. Will update shortly.
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@WaqasSarwarMCSE I installed Service Pack 2 for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 (KB2687453) 64-Bit Edition. Is this correct?
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@WaqasSarwarMCSE Ok. I uninstalled the language pack and downloaded service pack SP2. I installed the Service Pack and ran the configuration wizard again. Again, it failed. The version number in Central Admin remains the same. Any ideas?
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@WaqasSarwarMCSE Ok. I'll try running that now and I'll come back and update you in a few.
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@WaqasSarwarMCSE Thank you for your feedback. My apologies for not responding sooner. I was pulled away on a separate project. Where exactly do I find my Build Level? I found the Configuration Database Version in Central Admin. It's version: 14.0.6126.5000. Is that my Build Level? I also found this article as a reference from the number I provided above. Don't know if this helps or not.
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@JohnChapman Thank you again for the fast reply. I apologize I wasn't able to jump back on this sooner. I was pulled away on a separate project. I've updated my question with some more events from the Event log. I verified that the language packs were for SP2 (point 1). I also disabled UAC, restarted the server and tried the wizard again (point 2) still with no luck. Any ideas with the new information posted?
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Thank you for the fast response. I'll try the above steps and sift through that error log. I'll let you know what I find and post any additional information that I discover.