If the username of the machine contains two or more $s in it and if this subdirectory of user-home is the temp directory of your machine(i.e System temp path containing two or more $s in it), then your installation would fail.
Example: A system’s username as Admin12$01$
Installation last screen message:
“Install failed with some errors, check the Install log for more details”
Following are the errors that are result of this issue:
Custom Action: …ia.action.PreInstallCheckAction
Additional Notes: ERROR – class ia.action.PreInstallCheckAction.install() Unexpected Fatal Error:
Additional Notes: ERROR – windows_basic_commands.xmlcom.macromedia.ant.windowsdll.
Execute ANT Script: Script: configure.xml
Install Merge Module: Z:installersCFSolrinstallersmergemodule\CFSolr_windows.iam.zip
Additional Notes: ERROR – java.lang.NullPointerException
ANT Script Error:
Additional Notes: ERROR – configure-dlls.xmlcom.macromedia.ant.windowsdll.ExecProcess.
Fix/Workaround for the Issue:
Two ways are there to work around this issue:
1) Set up the machine’s temp path to any path that doesn’t contain $ in it and then run the installer. It would work fine.
For Windows – Under “Environment Variables” you can see the variables TEMP and TMP. Currently, they would have been pointing to %USERPROFILE%AppDataLocalTemp
You should be changing these values to something like C:MyTemp (Make sure that the directory MyTemp exists in your machine)
After changing these varaiables clean-up/uninstall the old installation and re-run the installation.
For Unix – Set the environment variable IATEMPDIR to a location that has enough space and the path shouldn’t contain $ in it.
2) Other way is to change the username not to contain $ in it and then uninstall and re-run the installation again.
You can also refer these details at: ColdFusion Installation Failure Fix