SEPM 11.0 u5 Not Accesible
I know that this topic (or similar like this one) have been discussed to death - really! I think I read every one. But now I have the problem that other had, and I can not get around it. So I am turning to you all to help me out...please.
I have been trying to install SEP at a firm, it superseded the Symantec Anti-virus. So I got it all, I installed it, it tuns out fine. I can add clients, I can see them, I can update them - the app works as it should. Then, I move on to install Backup Exec on the same server - I have not see any document, that would forbid that. After installing BE, the SEPM dies - I am unable to start it OR fix it. I have literately tried every possible solution that I could find - on these forums and via web search. I have tried service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/ent-security.nsf/2326c6a13572aeb788257363002b62aa/86368136366e1ad78025734e004734d9 solution provided by searching trough KB, I have tried to change db access password - now does not contain any special char, I have checked if IIS is running in 64 bit mod after install - it is, the database server is responding OK, I have tried to made connection to the database server manually - it works, I granted user the full control over the SEMP directory, I have cleared SSL state in the default IIS site settings, I have changed the binding IP to the site to all available, I disabled all firewalls and antivirus software,..... and I think that I cover all solutions prodived by just about anyone. I still can not get SEMP service to run. I hope, that someone can guide me to the correct answer/solution - I am getting pretty desperate and "window-jump-out-mood" here :S
The operating system running SEM is Windows 2008 x64 ENT, IIS7, ASP.NET 3.5.1, all required extensions (CGI) are installed, system is fully updated, including SP2. The SEP is version 11.0 u5, as suggested to support Windows 2008 and Windows 7. The sep5 database is on another server, dedicated, running SQL Server 2008.
I am also attaching my server logs - tomcat's for clue/error hunt....
ANY help or hint is greatly appreciated... help... meow?
Thanks in advance, DarkMaster