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quite confused here though i dont think i should be....

im calling \\server\apps\rim\4.2\blackberrysetup.exe /S /v USEIMI=Setup.ini /qn

and the install never runs on the machine, it seems to start and then die.....
am i doing something incorrect for the latest RIM build that is different than the old setup.exe install for 4.1

thanks for all the help
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I'm assuming here that USEIMI was a typo in your base note (?) - it should be USEINI.

Also, have you tried copying down the installation folder from your server to the local machine and running setup from there instead of from the server ?


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Spartacus
Answered 12/15/2006 by: spartacus
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HA, USEINI was the fix....

thanks.
Answered 12/15/2006 by: jnalpak
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Anyone working on an MSI for this under "user rights"?
Answered 12/21/2006 by: Rastalin
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I'm working on an msi using Wise to create the mst. My problem is the tech requested the mst be created without adding BB to startup and now I want to rerun the installation with the BB in startup. When we did an earlier version we simply added the ADDLOCAL=Startup to the command line but it is not recognized in 4.2. Any suggestions shy of creating separate msts to add and remove the app from startup?
Answered 10/02/2007 by: malssllp
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