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Hello,

Currently, we use Landesk and Packagebuilder to create packages. It has also worked as a charm.

Since windows 7 will be released soon, i am already testing and trying to create packages for this new OS.

I use now Adminstudio to create packages on windows 7 but i cannot make any .MSI working.

For example, i wanted to create a package of GIMP, package created. I test it with the same virtual machine (just resetted to previous state) and the MSI says he cannot access %userprofile%/pictures.
There so lot of examples.

Has someone suceeded to create new packages for Windows 7, which tool is used, how does he proceed ?

Any help is highly appreciated.
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The folder is "%userprofile%\My Pictures", For what it's worth.
I have done a few packages with the latest Adminstudio (I think it's 9), and they work well on Windows 7.....
Answered 10/21/2009 by: DeployTech
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Which Build ? X64 or X86 ? How do you exactly proceed ?

Which application has you packages ?
Answered 10/21/2009 by: gontie
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A product called FrontRange ITSM on 32 and 64 bit Windows 7 - Using snapshot method
The latest JRE...Tranformed MSI
Adobe Reader 9.1.2 - With Adobe CW Tool

A couple of other ones too, but no real issues getting them to go...
Answered 10/21/2009 by: DeployTech
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MSI says he cannot access %userprofile%/pictures. Are you, perhaps, trying to install user profile components via a deployment system, e.g. SMS/SCCM, Tivoli, Altiris? Perhaps try moving those to an Active Setup configuration?
Answered 10/22/2009 by: VBScab
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