Hi,

I am trying to install dotnet 3.5 executable(available on microsoft.com) through Radia.This executable intalls only Framework Client profile if no previous dontet version is already on machine.If dotnet previous version is available,it extracts 3.0 and 3.5SP1 on Add/remove programs.

When installed through Radia with elevated rights for user,it gives the error
"An error occurred during the creation of formulaire.For more information, see Exception.InnerException.L error is: The recovery of the COM class factory for component with CLSID (C79671D7-8103-4EAB - B443-5043AACED4A0) failed due to the following error: 80040154"

Note: for manual installation the functionality is fine.

Pleaseee help
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What OS is the target workstation running, XP or Vista?
Answered 01/13/2009 by: VBScab
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It is Windows XP X86
Answered 01/13/2009 by: DishaDisha
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OK. From what I've read so far, you need to have the latest updates for Windows Installer 3.1 and for BITS (Background Intelligent Transfer Service).

You should also check that the account you're installing with has sufficient rights to alter the registry keys/values being accessed. Use ProcMon to determine what those keys/values are, if it's not clear from the MSI.
Answered 01/13/2009 by: VBScab
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Hi,

Thanks for your quick reply.Windows isntaller 3.1 is already part of the machine.Also,since it is installing with elevated rights from Radia,i verified the installation.When looked through task manager,i see that Dotnet35 is installing in SYSTEM context.
When should i use procmon?While installing the application?
Answered 01/13/2009 by: DishaDisha
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When should i use procmon?While installing the application?Yes. Filter out the junk you're not interested in e.g. svchost.exe, explorer.exe, your a/v process, etc, etc - which will take a while! You'll probably want to turn off the thread monitor and possibly the file one, too.
Answered 01/13/2009 by: VBScab
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