Hi everyone,

I am currently in the process of repackaging this applicaiton for an unattended install. The install involves running a setup.exe followed by an update.exe.

This is a setup.exe install that calls an msi. However, I was unable to create a transform as there is a silent part of the exe that i could not figure out and is not in the msi. It therefore had to be installed as an exe. This setup.exe has it's own unattended install options. When I put the setup.exe into the command wondow and followed it with a /? I was presented with a list of options for installing. /CreateUnattend filename.ini was the option i used to create the file i was going to use to install the application silently or Unattended at least. To use this filename.ini file I had to place the ini file into the same folder as the setup.exe and use the option /Unattendfile filename.ini. I used the same procedure for the unisntall and created an uninstall.ini.

This is all fine but when i then tried to install this application via a deployment in Tivoli it didn't work. It seems as though I must be logged onto a Domain in order for this install to work. When I tried installing the app when logged on as local administrator locally it wouldn't work.

Does anyone know why this would be or know of a way around it?

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