Hi all,

I am packaging application IPass 3.60.I am facing issue with it.I am calling the setup.exe (source) thorugh Custom action Type 2(Called from Binary Table) and have sequence it after CostFinalized.But when i run the application in silent mode or in UI mode application fail with error 1722.It shows me an error saying "configuration of Perodic UPgrade failed".There is service name ipassperiodicupdateAPP which stats automically while installation of exe.Unfortunetly i am not able to attach the screen shot of the error message.
Your help is appreciated in advance




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anks_09
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Hi anks_09,

Can you elucidate further? I am not sure what are you trying to do with your package. What setup.exe are trying to call? Is it the driver that you want to install silently? You may want to delay that service from running and see what you can get. Check this error here if it can help you http://itninja.com/question/help-with-msi-1360 or try google and try different settings on your CC.
Answered 07/21/2009 by: dj_xest
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Hi dj_xest,

Actually i am wrapping setup.exe of IPass3.60 inside an blank MSI project using custom action.This setup.exe installs few files and drivers through setup.exe and the shared resources get installed through a separete msi name iPassConnect.msi which is been trigger by setup itself.So when i called this setup.exe through custom action type 2, setup.exe begins its installation but at one point it fails which i have mention in my earlier post.While installation of driver begin services get activated which works fine if i just start the instalaltion by passing the parametre to the setup.exe thorugh commandprompt but if the same is done via wrapped msi it gives error.I hope this explanation can make you understand what is the problem....

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anks_09
Answered 07/22/2009 by: anks_09
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Hello,

Try moving your CA somewhere between InstallInitialize and InstallFinalize or better after InstallFinalize and see. Try also experimenting with the processing options: Synch, Asynch...

You may also want to read this article.. http://blogs.msdn.com/windows_installer_team/archive/2007/10/20/integration-hurdles-for-exe-custom-actions.aspx

Hope this help.
Answered 07/22/2009 by: dj_xest
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This setup.exe installs few files and drivers through setup.exe and the shared resources get installed through a separate msi name iPassConnect.msiI think this is likely to be your problem. You cannot execute an MSI while another MSI is running.
Answered 07/22/2009 by: VBScab
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