Hi Team,

I have an MSI file that is deploying locally with the trigger "msiexec /i FOCUS.msi /quiet" (neglecting speech marks)

However when I place this in KACE as a managed installation it is bringing up a window with a set of triggers (meaning the triggers were incorrect)

I have several other MSIs setup as managed installations with this same trigger but it seems only this one is having an issue when being deployed.

Any ideas?

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Typo in command line.
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It's odd that your switches are different when run from the K1000. What is the exact program you are trying install?  Perhaps it has a non-standard set of switches.

Deploying from the K1000 is virtually the same as installing from the command line.  The difference is that a managed install will run under the LocalSystem account.

You can test if that is an issue by running the install like this:  http://www.kace.com/support/resources/kb/article/how-to-mimic-running-a-script-as-local-system-user-scripting

If you need admin rights or to install as a user, you would have to switch to an online kscript.

Answered 06/26/2013 by: jknox
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Found the issue, I had a typo but it seemed KACE had no quite realised the installation command had changed so I gave it a kick in the pants and now it is deploying correctly.

Cheers

Answered 06/26/2013 by: cdalley
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