An unknown error occurred while validating the server
It looks like running the installer under your normal account, even though it may have admin rights, is not enough to scan the "\Program Files" folder and find the JDK.I'm having an issue trying to create a secondary forward lookup zone in Active Directory on one of my DCs.Built inbound UDP connection 1637567 for outside:192.168.251.1/59715 (192.168.251.1/59715) to inside: Parkserv/53 (Parkserv/53)Built inbound UDP connection 1637566 for outside:192.168.251.1/59715 (192.168.251.1/59715) to inside: Sharepoint/53 (Sharepoint/53)^High UDP port number originating from source to DNS port (53) destined for the two DCs in the domain. [yeah yeah, Sharepoint as a DC - didn't do it and only two servers on network]So now it's narrowed down to a single DC (PARKSERV).Here's the next question and don't stone me for this one.I'll also turn on DNS debug logging to collect as much information as possible. re: e DNS, I meant did you try disabling it on the Windows 2008R2 box?Even though it won't/shouldn't help I'm going to reboot both servers just for the hell of it. FWIW, I've got no issues on my setup with Win2003 R2 (32bit) and Win 2008R2 mixed, but I disabled the e DNS as soon as the Win2008R2 boxes were setup.
That change was replicated to the other copper.local domain controller. I'd be looking at the VPN configuration between sites now and verifying personally that the crypto maps and firewall rules actually do allow all traffic. And of course, the obvious launching of the DNS management console as Run As Administrator. I would also be using something like wireshark to see wtf is being passed to and fro. Posts in this and the Server Room forum have saved my bacon many a time. I'd be looking at the VPN configuration between sites now and verifying personally that the crypto maps and firewall rules actually do allow all traffic.I instaleld SAS Studio today running under Virtual Box on my MAC. When I enter a simple SAS program I can run it successfully (according to messages from the data and PROC steps).thanks specified the location for sdks while installation also changed path to C:\Program Files\Java\ now the error is "An unknown error occured while validating the path" added sdks to C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_73 still error Since I've run into this problem and this Q/A came up in my search, here is the solution that I found worked for me on the Windows platform.Watch the syslog while attempting a zone transfer and see if anything gets logged (assuming your ASA reports level 4, I think that's what level the block is). -Disabled EDNS on both servers (2008 with dnscmd and 2003 with a registry entry - although a change on one side would suffice -Verified relevelant traffic was passing through the ASA.The entries below are from the ASA on the copper.local domain.