Hello

Im created a mst with ork tools. distribut the msi/mst with novell ZEN4.
The installation was ok with admin or without admin rights, but when user1 the package install
and user2 (non Admin) will open the programm, a message will come "the application is not install for this user"

How i can 1x install project 2002 without admin rights (user1), that all other users have access with non Admin rights?

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Sounds like you're installing per user and not per machine. Either change the value of ALLUSERS in the property table of the MST to 1 (which may not work since Office MSI/MSTs are very sensitive to being modified by 3rd party tools) or add ALLUSERS=1 to the MSIEXEC command line. If you find the value of ALLUSERS is 2, then this is a very good sign that this is your problem.
Answered 01/19/2005 by: VikingLoki
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Thanks for you answer, Im tried with ALLUSER 1, the installation is then not possible without admin rights.
With the option 2, can I install the application without admin rights, but projects run then only with the user there has installed the application.
Answered 01/23/2005 by: df1
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I think it has to do with the way you're assigning the app in Novell/ZEN. No way should you have any problems running this as a regular user. Try installing manually on a fresh machine (with MST) then see if you get the same problem.

I used ORK to create an MST for Project 2002 and never saw the error you describe. It's possible to get a prompt for a non-admin user if the MSI is not accessible to them (on first use the app will set the user settings and self heal, if necessary). However, I've never seen anything saying it's not been installed for a user.
Answered 01/24/2005 by: aogilmor
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second comment - my more ZEN and Novell literate friends tell me to make sure the app is assigned to a MACHINE not a user.
Answered 01/24/2005 by: aogilmor
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Hi guys how are you doing, i need your help, im new in zenworks and one of my friend reffered me to this site for help, i have created an ms project 2002 app object with msi, my app is there and i can lauch fine whenever i need but my problem is i dont know how to specify the Product Key details, bcz everytime i lauch it it askes me for a prduct key, can anyone plz help on how to automate this process,

somebody sais i must try this

Create a Admin-Setup:

setup.exe /a

Fill out all informations (Company, CD-Key)
After this installation you can use the created folder
for a silent installation:

msiexec.exe /i "drive:\path\projectfile.msi" /qn

but to be honest this doesnt make sense to me i dont kow where to start or what to do plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz help me!
Answered 11/05/2008 by: zakhele
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yes do a machine assign you may need to test running as "secure custom user" as well. I am pretty sure thats the Zen term its been a while since I used zenworks. I can tell you that Zen 4 does not correctly handle elevation and applications which have incorrectly configured CA's.

i.e. immediate CA's that should be deferred it will not install unless you modify the CA types to deferred. which is a problem in its own right with vendor installs.
Answered 11/09/2008 by: jmcfadyen
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