i have blackberry package fine the problem is went you check on configure pim i get a error stating that there is a "internal error"
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Ahh, not much information there. Please post more.
Answered 06/13/2005 by: brenthunter2005
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the problem is i can't get outlook to come up as one of the translator the ilxolk.fil is there and everything
Answered 06/13/2005 by: linstead
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Hi Linstead,

The error should give you a number, something like "Internal Error:4198" or something like that, the number will help determine what is going wrong. If you can let us know what that error code is that would be very handy.

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Paul
Answered 06/13/2005 by: plangton
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but the "Internal Error" linstead is talking about isn't MSI related. Its the actual Blackberrg application producing this error message, right?

If so, its because the neccessary COM servers haven't been registered properly. Remember that with the Blackberry software you probably need to perform "/regserver" on the .EXE files.

Let me have a look and get back. [sm=rolleyes.gif]
Answered 06/14/2005 by: brenthunter2005
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one of my other problem is that went i try to deploy the application via active directory i get error iskernal basiclly the isscript need permission does any one have the package works that can give me some help blackberry version 4.0.1 i really hate there msi
Answered 06/14/2005 by: linstead
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Hehe - when WE were working on the BlackBerry desktop (versions 3.6 and 4.0, I believe) the MOMENT we say that there were COM components too it, we KNEW we could not repackage it...

Also, the MSI (which means you should not repackage it in ANY case) has been coded to require the setup.exe - and there is an InstallShield article about how to get around that, but...

All in all, your best bet is to wrap this app in a Wise exe and use the native install...
Answered 06/14/2005 by: sean_c_roberts
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well i am using the native msi and them create a transform
Answered 06/14/2005 by: linstead
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Brent,

Yep thats right, its not an MSI error but if you've run into lots of blackberry issues theres lot of different internal codes it may or may not spit out. I suspected it was the error you detailed as I've run into it but there are others you can run into depending on configuration etc.

Sadly I can't help much with the deployment via active directory, I've done it for Zenworks, Altiris and SMS2 and had no deployment related issues.

Rgds

Paul
Answered 06/14/2005 by: plangton
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