Trying to package nero burn rights and set it to allow anyone to burn. But cant get the package to stay at the everyone setting. Any ideas. We are using WISE 4.5 to package.
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I will keep an eye on this, It looks like I will be needing this package in the near future too. I am off sick, so when I am back at work I will check it out.
Answered 06/01/2004 by: cdupuis
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yes and No, I´ve Repacked Nero Burning rom 5.5.10.28, in the package I add the file C:\Program Files\ahead\nero\NeroBurnRightsInstaller.exe and as a custom action I run the this file with the "/silent /burnrights:all" work to burn for me as a "user"...

//Göran Fetter
Answered 06/02/2004 by: fetgor
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I have not built this yet, but one course of action would be wo use the WIWW (Windows Installer Wrapper Wizard) available from http://www.sywan.nl/. It will allow you to specify the .exe file to install as well as any commands, then you could deploy it via group policy in Active Directory. The wizard is very easy to use.
Answered 06/02/2004 by: cdupuis
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Nero burnrights failed to package for me with WinINSTALL after numerous attempts. Fetgors answer is the best approach here and was also my solution.
Answered 06/11/2004 by: ab2cv
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Has anyone ben successful in packagin Burnrights without using custom actions?
We tend to shy away from using custom actions as we have encountered problems with them with SMS n the past.

Is the only other alternative to fiddle with the policies?

Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options
Devices: Allowed to Format and eject removable media.
Change to "Administrators and Interactive Users"

Restrict CDROM access to locally logged-on user only.
Set this option to "Enabled"

The 1st is logical but the second one is just asking for more problems.
Answered 06/01/2005 by: emuringer
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We did use NeroBurnRights trough a CA.:

If (NOT Installed) AND (%OS ="Windows_NT") then
Execute Installed Program NeroBurnRightsInstaller.exe Command Line /silent /burnrights:all
End

Unfortunatly a reboot is mandatory.

Beside that we set Full Control on the next registry keys trough a CA:
hklm\SOFTWARE\Ahead\Nero - Burning Rom
hklm\SOFTWARE\Shared\AudioPlugIn
hklm\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\CDrom
hkcr\AudioCD\Shell

Maybe not the most nice way, but worked for us.
Answered 06/01/2005 by: dwight66
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Hint:

sometimes the Installer need a reboot.
You can prevent this with this flag: /noreboot

... -> NeroBurnRightsInstaller.exe Command Line /silent /burnrights:all /noreboot

adix
Answered 07/11/2005 by: adix_77
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I have repackaged version 6.088 and got burnrights to work by using an AutoIT script to run it from the commandline as a Custom Action.

I also set the Security settings mentioned above through GPO and its all working fine.
Answered 07/11/2005 by: MSIMaker
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Hi, i would like deploy nero burning right on my Windows Domain...but i have a probleme...i have make a MSI package but after install nero burning right dont work correctly :(

Have you got a solution for deploy this on many computer ???

Help me [:(][:(]
Answered 02/15/2010 by: jerem23
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Hi, I did'nt need to make an MSI out of the Nero Burning Rights Installer. Just used the following commandline: NeroBurnRightsInstaller.exe /silent /burnrights:all
Works perfectly.
Answered 02/16/2010 by: majoh86
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Did you reboot before testing? BurnRights makes alterations in the WinLogon section of the registry (and elsewhere) which won't get read until, er, someone logs on.
Answered 02/16/2010 by: VBScab
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yes i know but i must deploy this application on many computer !!!!! and deploy msi with GPO its good solution...
Answered 02/16/2010 by: jerem23
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The fact that you have multiple targets doesn't change the fact that it won't work without a reboot.
Answered 02/16/2010 by: VBScab
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Burnrights is installed outside of the main program's MSI

%PROGRAM_FILES%\Nero\Nero8\Nero Toolkit\NeroBurnRights.exe /all

And VBSCab is correct, you need to reboot first for it to take effect.
Answered 02/16/2010 by: icbrkr
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