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I am trying to install Oracle 12c in a Windows 7 x64 computer and after a while I get this error:

SEVERE: [FATAL] [INS-30131] Initial setup required for the execution of installer validations failed.
   CAUSE: Failed to access the temporary location.
   ACTION: Ensure that the current user has required permissions to access the temporary location.
- Framework setup check failed on all the nodes
- Cause: Cause Of Problem Not Available
- Action: User Action Not Available
Summary of the failed nodes
- Version of exectask could not be retrieved from node "XXXXXX"
- Cause: Cause Of Problem Not Available
- Action: User Action Not Available

Does anybody have an idea how to solve this problem?

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Sounds like you're trying to install it without admin privileges. – Phil Nov 1 '13 at 10:42
Nope :) I am dumb but not THAT dumb. – Y. Ecarri Nov 1 '13 at 11:17
In my case there was no C$ share. I shared with admin only permissions and did the trick. – pmesina Mar 12 '14 at 22:02

3 Answers 3

I found the problem. For reasons I don't understand Oracle needs access to the file system through the administrative network share (i.e. \computer\c$) and I had disabled it.

Things to check to solve this issue:

  1. Remove your computer from workgroups.
  2. Set HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System DWORD value LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy to 1
  3. Set HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\LanmanServer\Parameters DWORD value AutoShareWks to 1
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Adding a share helped, thanks a lot! – mruether Sep 24 '14 at 13:29
Please click the 'checkmark' to mark your answer as "the" answer. – Paul White Mar 31 at 9:04

Extending the answer from Y.Ecarri above,

  • Ensure the Server service is started. Go to run box and type services.msc. This should bring up the Services console.

  • Type \\<your-computer-name> in the run box and check if you're able to see the shared folders.

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I finally got the answer for this error, this was because of the machine name being big. While setting up a new machine we should ensure that the machine name is not bigger then the bios name. which is 15 chars. This will definitely work.

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