Hello,

I’m trying to deploy MS OneNote 2003 via Novell NAL and a MST I created using ORK; Custom Installation Wizard. It fails at the begging stating “Quiet-mode installation is supported only in Enterprise versions of Microsoft Office OneNote 2003. Quiet-mode installation is supported only in Enterprise versions.”

Please shed some light if you can.


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Trooper23
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it is referring to the msiexec command line which is being executed.

/q* being quite modes. some of which have differing UI level settings which determine wether actions are being run from the InstallUISequence table.

As such playing with the different options of /q may allow this to run is a more verbose method.

I'm guessing you will have better luck with /qr

In Zenworks this is under the following tabs.

Identification --> Icon --> User Interface Level
Answered 03/12/2007 by: jmcfadyen
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Hey jmcfadyen,

Thanks for the tips. It still spits out the "Quiet-mode installation is supported only in Enterprise versions of Microsoft Office OneNote 2003" message. I tried default, silent, progress, reduced UI levels, they all give the same message. Even if I choose Full I get the same message at the end.

Do you have any other ideas?
Answered 03/14/2007 by: Trooper23
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Have you verified that it isn't a custom action in conjunction with LaunchCondition (table) that prevents this?
Answered 03/14/2007 by: AngelD
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OK I’m super embarrassed. I was giving the wrong License Key from my Software Manager. It took my manager to convince the other manager the key was wrong. Anyway thanks for all your help.
Answered 03/15/2007 by: Trooper23
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So who convinced the other manager's manger ;)

Some times one is troubleshooting something that doesn't exist and often a very simple solution will be the answer.

Great that you found yours!
Answered 03/15/2007 by: AngelD
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