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    isscript installation problem

    when trying to install nero 5 express, it keeps saying that Installshield Scripting Run Time is not installed on this machine.

    I installed it manually and it still doesnt work, tried it on several machines, same nero software installs no probs on my comp. InstallShield support is useless and Nero's is non existant!

    Any ideas?

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    Re: isscript installation problem

    You got the right version?
    Is the nero 5 installer a single msi that extracts contents or does it have iiscript.msi in the dir?
    Try that installer

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    Re: isscript installation problem

    Also, be aware that there are different minor versions of ISScript. By which I mean that there are different releases of partitcular versions. I had this problem with a particular app which needed (I think) ISScript9. I downloaded what I thought was the latest version from InstallShield web site but the app still would not install. I had to install the version of ISScript9 that came on the disk with the app. When I examined the MSI files, the version was slightly different. The other annoying thing about the different ISScript versions is that they share the same MSI product code.

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    Re: isscript installation problem

    You can use an MSI editing program (Orca from MS is free) and change the product code, then you can install every version of ISScript on your pc - push it out through GPO, so that you don't have to push it out again with other apps

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    Re: isscript installation problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Richie_OLSJ
    You can use an MSI editing program (Orca from MS is free) and change the product code, then you can install every version of ISScript on your pc - push it out through GPO, so that you don't have to push it out again with other apps
    Yes, I've tried that in the past, but I don't think it would allow you to install say ISScript 8 and ISScript 8.1 (for example) as these would deliver files with the same names to the same locations.

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    Re: isscript installation problem

    I'm just having a version of each eg 7,8,9,10,11 and if any software causes a problem (not found one yet) then I'll try and edit the MSI

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