I am trying to figure out how to use WISE Package Studio to package up the 2008 Daylight Savings update for all Windows XP workstations and each user.
This must be installed on a User basis, so I need to install this with elevated privilages as part of a logon script or GPO pushed out to users.

The App is located on \\DFSName\Tools\DayLightSavings2008\update\Update.EXE

I keep getting the following:-

"Internal Error 2235., RuntimeFlags, SELECT"
'Component','RuntimeFlags','KeyPath','Attributes' FROM
'Component' WHERE 'Component'=?

Has anybody already packaged this?

Thanks for any advice.

Obviously the clock is ticking on this one, Daylisht Savings begins this week.

Thanks again

Craig Keegan
[email=Craig.Keegan@AperioGroup.com.au]Craig.Keegan@AperioGroup.com.au[/email]
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Don't, don't, DON'T re-package hot-fixes. That's what Windows Update/WSUS (or whatever MS is calling it this week) is for.
Answered 09/30/2008 by: VBScab
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Thankyou for this but we do not have a WSUS server and not allowed to use WIndows Update within the business.
I really have no choice. That I am aware of. This update has to be installed with Elivated privilages (I am not prepared to give staff full access to their PC)
Answered 09/30/2008 by: CraigK003
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How on EARTH are you distributing Service Packs, etc?
Answered 09/30/2008 by: VBScab
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Right now we are not.
It is 14 sites around the world, 6 businesses recently combined.
70 Servers and dropping, 1300 PC's and increasing.
6 IT staff.
They had no SOE, you can imagine the rest. It is a greenfield site.
Group Policy has just been implemented, Logon Scripts are not there yet.

Interesting hey!!

I need to package this so I can send it out via Group Policy so I can get the elevated privilages, I really have not choice, that I know of, that can be done in 36 - 48 hours.

Thanks
Answered 09/30/2008 by: CraigK003
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Craig, If your client's management is insisting on a per-user package, they need 'educating'. Sometimes - like now - you have no choice.

I've never tried (because my clients tend to believe me when I tell them things like this) but have you tried setting the 'AlwaysInstallElevated' registry settings? IIRC, they go in 'HKCU\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Installer' (and similarly in HKLM)
Answered 09/30/2008 by: VBScab
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