Remotely Opening the Service Control Manager on the target computer failed.
This can be caused when:
The account that is being used to connect to the remote computer does not have the right permissions and is being denied access.
There is a problem with the Service Controller Manager.
There is a firewall or IPSec policy between the Management Server and the target computer where you are attempting to install an agent.
If there is a firewall or IPSec the ports required to communicate to the Service Controller Manager may be blocked. These ports are 135 and 137 through 139.
Check the account used to install the agent has the right permissions on the remote computer. This account may be the default action account or it may be the account supplied in the discovery wizard.
Ensure there is no firewall or the appropriate firewall and/or IPSec policy exceptions are in place on the target computer. Additionally, check the System Event Log on the target computer to ensure there are no errors from the Service Controller Manager.
For more information on troubleshooting agent installation, see Troubleshooting Issues When You Use the Discovery Wizard to Install an Agent(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=181932).