I am packaging checkpoint remote client..

After instsalling the applicatoin when I restart the machine it gives me error message saying that "Secure client failed to start due to internal error" ...........

also its stops all the network connections............

I tried checking all the registry entried but not able to find out the cause of the error........
If some one has resolved such an issue please respond.................
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Does it create a service or a virtual device?
Answered 08/26/2005 by: sini
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Yes it creates some services....
Answered 08/26/2005 by: Lillude
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Make sure you only create the services via the proper msi tables and delete all service registry entries!
Answered 08/26/2005 by: sini
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This sounds like a tall order since I believe Secure Remote installs drivers at hardware level - better to look at a silent vendor install if it's supported...

Also, in past versions the drivers have been unsigned, not sure about the latest versions.. but guess this could also present problems if your desktop policy doesn't allow (or prompts for user input during) installation of unnsigned drivers.

Let us know how you get on!
Answered 08/26/2005 by: MSIPackager
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I used SecureClient NGX R60 from Checkpoint. Its deliverd in MSI
The users needs permision to run regedit under the installation!!!!


It works nice!

My costumer is running Novell Zenworks
Answered 08/26/2005 by: Bigge
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Hi,

I am currently deploying the secure remote family of products myself. Luckily we have not had to repackage any of them. Two are vendor supplied msi's that we transformed and the third VPN1-SecureClient-R56 was packaged into a customised setup.exe using VPN-1 SecureClient Packaging Tool that came with the software.

Lillude if you cannot get a vendor supplied msi for you product I would take a look at http://www.checkpoint.com/products/vpn-1_clients/vpn-1_features.html to see if there is a similar tool you can use to customise the setup.exe for you environment.

Repackaging this application involves going beyond what msi's were designed to do.

Cheers Nik
Answered 08/28/2005 by: Nikolas
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