Hello,

I am new in a packaging. I really confused about this issue. When I try to install .EXE file it is showing 1619 error. I've read that it could be due to permission issues. If anyone already work on ( Lotus Note Client 5.0.10) this application, please give me the solution. How I solved this issue.


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man that is an old version of notes.

for a laugh, try running an ELEVATED  command prompt, put the full path to the exe in the CMD and see if that works.

Answered 08/12/2014 by: Badger
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We need to know a lot more about how you are installing the EXE (manually, via Kace, some other way?), and whether the EXE is local or network based.  Usually these days, an EXE is just a wrapper for an MSI installation file, so on your test system, clear the TEMP folder of any existing files, run the EXE and check the temp folder for extracted files. Any installation needs to be done with administrator privileges or using the "Run as Administrator" right click option when starting the EXE.  I assume your target O/S is windows 7 but please again supply this necessary information.
If there is an internal MSI in the EXE, then the 1619 error means: "This installation package could not be opened. Verify that the package exists and is accessible, or contact the application vendor to verify that this is a valid Windows Installer package."   You may get this error if the EXE is highlighted in an explorer window different to the one you are starting the EXE from.
Finally, this site has an entire database of application installation guidance.  Go to the "Software Tips" section and enter "Lotus Notes" in the search field, then look through the several hits to find the version nearest to yours. Lotus is reasonably consistent in its inability to create a decent installer, so the issues tend to be the same whatever version you are working with.
Answered 07/25/2014 by: EdT
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