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Fixing "The given key was not present in the dictionary" error in SharePoint 2010 Installation
Wednesday, October 13th, 2010
We are currently working on standing SharePoint 2010 to start working on our migration paths internally, and I encountered an odd error. I followed the instructions provided by Microsoft verbatim and SharePoint 2010 Enterprise installed properly, but once I was ready to configure the farm after selecting my services, I received the error "The given key was not present in the dictionary."
Some messing with options finally let me to the service account itself. Go to your AD account in Active Directory Users and Computers you are configuring for the application (in my case it was spsapp), open the object, and click the security tab.
If "Authenticated Users" is not listed, add it to the list of security. After you have "Authenticated Users" listed, give read permissions and that should resolve your issue.
Installin' Tom Out.
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