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    CD Rom Player is a dependency in CC3 network

    CD Rom Player is a dependency programme and not installed even I allocated to workstation, please can you tell me? There is any way to push the programme to install in all workstation.
    I checked package control there is a message ĎCD ROM Player.ini=NOT_INSTALLED (DEPENDENCY).

    Is there any solution for it?

    Thanks

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    NOT_INSTALLED (DEPENDENCY) means that the program did not install because another program it depends on was not installed first. In this case, I believe you need to allocate the CDROM Player Repair package to the workstation as well.

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    Indeed I beleive in the ini file for the CD ROM Player package (In Package control/Tools) there is a line which reads

    Dependencies=CDROM Player Repair

    This is the same for all packages in the RM system, this line in the INI file dictates what packages the install depends on

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    package CD Rom Player Repair

    Quote Originally Posted by AngryTechnician View Post
    NOT_INSTALLED (DEPENDENCY) means that the program did not install because another program it depends on was not installed first. In this case, I believe you need to allocate the CDROM Player Repair package to the workstation as well.

    I donít have any package CD Rom Player Repair, I know CD Rom Player depends on other programme but I donít know what programme was that. I think Virtual CD and CD Rom Player Database are the dependencies, but even dependencies are on workstation but CD Rom Player is not there.

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    I'm not 100% sure but does it require .NET to be installed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    I'm not 100% sure but does it require .NET to be installed?
    i have .net.
    I can install manually to work but why it is not installed when I allocate to the workstation.

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    Look in the .ini file for the package at the Dependencies= line as Jamo suggested. Whatever is in that line must be allocated to the machine, or the package manager will simply ignore it without even trying to run the installer. A manual install bypasses the .ini file, so the install would proceed even if the dependency is missing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryTechnician View Post
    Look in the .ini file for the package at the Dependencies= line as Jamo suggested. Whatever is in that line must be allocated to the machine, or the package manager will simply ignore it without even trying to run the installer. A manual install bypasses the .ini file, so the install would proceed even if the dependency is missing.



    [Package]
    Description=A CD ROM player to play network and local CDs.
    WIPackage=CD ROM Player.MSI
    OS=5.WS
    WriteAccess=WriteAccess.ini
    Dependencies=CDROM Player Repair
    Name=CD ROM Player
    Version=v4.42.0.0
    I found that in .INI file but I could not find to allocate in my RMMC. Is it system package or normal package? If is not available how is there any way to get this?

    Thanks for all of your's help

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    It is a system package. If you don't have it, you have two options:

    1. Contact RM to get it sorted (preferred).
    2. Since you say a manual install works, you could simply edit out the Dependencies line in the .ini file (make a backup first). No guarantee that wouldn't cause problems later down the line, however, so proceed at your own risk.

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    Thanks You, before we had old server there was a same setup but i didnt see any CDROM Player Repair to allocate and was installed and worked. I will have a word with RM.

    Thank you
    shaf

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