SCCM Install Error Requested Registry access is not allowed

SCCM Install Error Requested Registry access is not allowed During installation of SCCM, you encounter an error Requested Registry access is not allowed. Very recently this error was reported by one of the user in my community forums. This error is seen during the SCCM setup (it could be while setting up configuration manager for the first time or while performing a configuration manager upgrade), it doesn’t allow you to proceed and when you press Next, error dialog appears “Requested registry access is not allowed“. In most of the cases you see this error on the Database Information page of Configuration Manager setup wizard, where you see SQL server FQDN and database name. The error is commonly seen when you use remote SQL Server instance to host the site database. The error screenshot is shown below. I will list out the troubleshooting steps that you can carry out to fix this issue.

SCCM Install Error Requested Registry access is not allowed

SCCM Install Error Requested Registry access is not allowed

To fix this issue, you could verify or perform these steps :-

1) The Configuration Manager server computer account should be the member of the local admin group on the SQL Server. This holds true even if it’s a remote SQL server.

2) If the user account running Configuration Manager Setup does not have administrative rights on the remote SQL Server, you must assign the sysadmin SQL Server role to the user account in the SQL Server Management Studio console on the remote SQL Server computer.

3) If you have added only the user account to local admin group on remote SQL, you might encounter the same error. You need to add the server account as local admin on remote SQL as well.

4) Make sure you open SQL SERVER PORTS in the firewall. SQL Server listens for incoming connections on port 1433 & Port 4022 which is a SQL Service Broker.

If the above troubleshooting steps did not help you and if some thing else worked for you, please mention it in the comments. If you need help, feel free to ask in the Community Forums.

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  1. Avatar photo Ali Abooali says:

    I have received this error when I run SCCM Console. I traced error and I found the error in SCCMProviderGraph.
    The SCCMProviderGraph.exe crashed when I start it. most of SCCM Services like “Remote Tools “work good but I cannot access the console.

  2. Avatar photo Bittu Singh says:

    i am facing the some issue for installation time, sccm install 1st server and sql install 2nd server
    but gating error
    setup is unable to connect to SQL server with the connection information provided. verify the flowing
    the sql server instance name are enter correcty. the specified sql server instance is not configure to use dynamic port
    the account used to run setup has premission to connect to the specified sql server instance

  3. Your comment is awaiting moderation.i got this error during installation SCCM 2012 can you fix tell me step by step please

    omGetServerRoleAvailabilityState could not read from the registry on; error = 5: $$

    1. Please use different port numbers for SQL service broker if you are using different instances in same SQL server. This resolved my issue with the same error.

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