For some reason on all of my RSA boxes, I've synced them and it says it synced successfully - but Google Earth and iTunes Bonjour don't seem to install properly for some reason. I'm not sure why - I've tested this in multiple locations off of several RSA's, but it never works. It works fine from the main K2000 box - so I'm not sure what could be the problem. 

 

Any suggestions? I believe Google Earth and Bonjour are both zipped, with the KBOX asking to run a batch file from within (standard msiexec.exe /i install.msi /quiet, etc)

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compare:

\\k2\peinst\applications\id#\contents

to

\\rsa\peinst\applications\id#\contents

are they exactly the same?

If not, reupload the installer, then about 3 minutes later click on save for the application.  Then sync your rsa and compare the directories again.

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Answered 07/11/2012 by: cserrins
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  • Nope - the RSA is missing a bunch of files. I've created a new postinstallation task and reuploaded the zip file. To dugullett's comment, I've confirmed that they're both zip files containing a bunch of files, and a batch file that executes the installation of the MSI.

    Will try reimaging again.
  • Just compare the files after syncing. We've seen this issue from time to time, the resolution is to:
    reupload the installer, then about 3 minutes later click on save for the application. Then sync your rsa and compare the directories again.

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When you say "I believe" I would probably start there. If anything just rebuild them from scratch. 

Also, take the msi you have zipped and see if it will install manually.

Answered 07/11/2012 by: dugullett
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