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    Question Packaging SQL Server 2005 Tools for SCCM/SMS deployment

    We currently use WCBS PASS for our management software and in order to get full functionality SQL 2005 server tools with SP2 needs to be installed on all computers.

    Has anyone managed to create a proper MSI package that can be deployed through SCCM/SMS??

    We can get the software to work running the MSI we have created but it will not work through SCCM

    This is the command line we used to run the setup

    setup.exe /qn ADDLOCAL=Client_Components,Connectivity,SQLXML,SQL _Tools90

    Any help would be much appreciated!

    If we can't get this to work then we will need to go install it individually on few hundred computers

    Thanks

    Darren

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    Is this the right thread for this question ??

    Darren

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