We have created a script that should:

1. Set a Trusted site
2. Check if Windows Installer 3.1 is installed, if not launch a program to install it
3. Check if .Net 2.0 is installed, if not launch a program to install it
4. Check if .NET 3.5 is installed if not launch a program to install .Net 2.0 .Net 3.0 and .Net 3.5
5. Check if C++2005 Redistributable SP1 is installed, if not launch a program to install it
6. Check if C++2008 Redistributable is installed, if not launch a program to install it
7. Run a batch file to add .NET 1 and 2 to Local Intranet and Trusted zones.

We have to run it several times to get everything installed. For some reason it would only install parts of the script at each time. For exampe it installs .Net 2.0 and 3.0 and C++ 2005 at one run and .Net 3.5 and C++2008 at the next run.

What can we do to make all of the steps finish at one script run?

Also even though we assign .Net to run silently it still brings up several windows: "Another instance of setup is running..."

Thanks for the heads up.....
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Could you post your code?

It sounds like you might be missing some commands that would allow these tasks to run consecutively instead of concurrently.
Answered 02/15/2011 by: dyehardfan
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I think I posted in the wrong forum. This is aKACE script. Can I give you XML code for it?
Answered 02/15/2011 by: MarshallU
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You might want to post this in the K1000 forum in that case. I've mainly been working with the k2 and haven't brushed up on my K1 scripting yet.


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I think I posted in the wrong forum. This is aKACE script. Can I give you XML code for it?
Answered 02/15/2011 by: dyehardfan
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Ok Thank you I am removing this post from this forum.
Answered 02/15/2011 by: MarshallU
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