I am trying to create a response file for oracle 10.2. So I go to a run command and type in where the setup.exe is located then do a -ignoreSysprereqs -ignorePrereq -record and the location of where I want to save the response file and give it a name. I click on run and it seems to start, but I check the task manager and it has been sitting at 50% for about an hour now and when you do the install manually it doesn't even take that long. There is nothing on the screen either. Any ideas?
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I couldn't get that to work either...maybe I am just not understanding. I have now created a vbs script to do the install of and when I run the vbs script manually it installs just fine. But again, when I push it through SCCM it downloads the install package to the machine then starts to run, but it only puts the setup.exe *32 in the task manager and sits there at 50%...is there reason why this is happening? Do I have to select a different option in SCCM?
Answered 06/16/2011 by: Packaging newbe
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