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After using the other fixes mentioned in here, my install continued to fail because I didn't have MSSQL Server 2016 SP1 installed and configured properly. I figured that out by looking in the Event Viewer and noticing SQL exceptions.


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This processor will automatically call after approx. 20 mins, if you need to run this processor, you must to force end session: HttpContext.Session.Abadon();


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I found out the issue for my specific install. I tried this, but it might have been on a run where I didn't clear the previous failed attempt so it didn't make it this far. The problem is that the installer is looking for a hard coded value of 'license'. My license file was not called 'license'. I tried renaming it before, and maybe mistyped or otherwise ...


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