Windows Thread, Avervision msi in Technical; I tried deploying the Avervision aver+.msi to an XP machine with my normal method of installing msi from a shared ...
19th January 2012, 06:25 PM #1
I tried deploying the Avervision aver+.msi to an XP machine with my normal method of installing msi from a shared network folder (%PACKAGES%) e.g
msiexec /i "%PACKAGES%\aver\aver+.msi" /qb!
but after a while the install wanted access to a data1.cab file so I copied the whole of the cd to %PACKAGES%\aver and re-ran it and it worked.
But then it finished and then went onto ask me if I wanted to install some msxml thingy - I said yes and everthign worked.
But in all my previous usuage of msi's - they have all run without interaction using the /qb! and they've never needed any supporting files.
Have I been lucky up till now or unlucky with this one (and is there a simple workaround)?
19th January 2012, 06:35 PM #2
simple workround add msiexec /i msxml . . . first
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SimpleSi (19th January 2012)
20th January 2012, 10:26 AM #3
I have tried and tried to get this to work and have never managed it. I have tried deploy from group policy, Deploy by script by using msiexec. I even tried scripts with setup.exe and switches with no success. I have always had to install it through the setup manually. I have asked them for an msi that would deploy but did not get a reply.
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SimpleSi (20th January 2012)
20th January 2012, 01:37 PM #4
odd ive just deployed the msi unaltered via group policy and it installed no problems possibly depends exactly which version
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