1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 10, 2014 4:50 AM by brunodom

    AMT CLIENT/DRIVER fails - error (0x13EC) vcredist.exe


      Hi All,



      Have come across a very frustrating problem with out AMT 8.x systems where the install fails due to the installed version of C++  2010 Redistributable either being a later or equal version to the one that the AMT install package is trying to install. It appears that the installer does not check that C++ is installed or even the version and just dumbly starts the install every time resulting in the error (0x13EC) as the logs show below. The only workaround I have found is to uninstall the current version using a batch file then let the AMT package install it again however that has it own set of issues due to SCCM having a dependence on the same version of C++.



      This issue is holding up the entire roll-out and I am struggling to believe others have not experienced similar issues however aside from a few minor mentions there is nothing out there.








      Executing 'C:\WINDOWS\ccmcache\s\DAL\vcredist_x86.exe /q'

      Flags: Wait=yes Hidden=no

      !   Process returned 0x13EC

      IIF will NOT initiate reboot

      Exit code = 0x13EC

      ResultCode = 5100