Unanswered: Unattended Installation of SQL 2000 fails
We're trying to use the unattended installation method for installing SQL 2000 on Windows 2000 servers. I've installed it (through terminal server) on two machines successfully, and two machines unsuccessfully. On the unsuccessful machines, it fails with no errors, and no SQL files are installed (bombs out almost immediately).
Anyone else had this problem? Could it possibly be a hardware issue?
The sqlstp.log file doesn't contain anything but normal entries until the very last line that says "Installation Failed". I rebooted the server remotely, but now it won't come back, so I can't check the event viewer yet...any other ideas while I'm waiting on the server?