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Hi Guys

I've created a MSI-package. The package will install on the clients if I deploy it User based.
But when I want it to deploy it Computer based nothing happens.
I did a lot of gupdates but still the msi won't install.

Is it a problem with the package? Or is it the MSI.

- Rob
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Have you turned on MSI logging?

Have you checked the Application Management and MSI Installer entries in Event Viewer?

That's 2 starting points for you.
Answered 12/16/2008 by: Jamie B
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I did turn on MSI-logging and checked the eventvwr. There are no entries and no log-files.
Answered 12/16/2008 by: robbierob2005
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What does gpresult tell you? Sounds like a policy problem to me.

Also note that if you have enabled MSI logging the logs will be held in c:\windows\temp not the users %TEMP% folder.

If no MSI log and no event viewer entries are being generated for your app then the policy isnt being applied.
Answered 12/16/2008 by: Jamie B
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Is the computer in the OU the policy is linked to? Does GPRESULT show GPO was applied?
Answered 12/16/2008 by: jparekh
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Guys. I found the problem.
It was a wrong setting in the GP-settings in the AD from the company I was making the package for.
There was nothing wrong with the MSI.

Thanks!
Answered 12/17/2008 by: robbierob2005
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