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Event ID: 10149 Source: WinRM

The WinRM service is not listening for WS-Management requests.

User Action
If you did not intentionally stop the service use the following command to see the WinRM configuration:

winrm enumerate winrm/config/listener

For more information see Help and Support Center at
According to TD363600, to fix this problem, create a listener for the WinRM service (type winrm quickconfig to create a listener for the WinRM service).
From a discussion group:
The problem was caused by a Supermicro server management software that was running and using the port 80 of the server. WinRM apparently needs to have port 80 exclusive by itself in order to SCVMM to run properly. So I had to hunt down the services that is conflicting and killed it.

After server reboot, SCVMM client installed just fine.

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