i have software which uses USB dongle(a usb device need to connected with usb only for installation period) i creat its msi package. this package install sucessfully but when i run application is gives unauthorize access error. i connect this dongle at msi installation time but error same. plz help me
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Did you capture the application and made it to MSI ?
Answered 02/20/2010 by: mekaywe
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Hi

is it works on Admin account...? if yes then it is permission issue, few of dongle applications try to write some data at time of Launch of application. Try to find out where its trying to write by using Procmon or other troubleshooting tools and give permission.
Answered 02/20/2010 by: Harsha Gurugunti
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do a search for dpinst
my gut feeling is that you have captured the device driver installation

open your msi package using wise/ installshield and look in your folders for the .inf file
import dpinst.exe into the folder and use the silent command switches to install the driver
this would have to be done via a custom action

there are lots of stuff on dpinst on this forum
Answered 02/20/2010 by: cygan
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For a newcomer, I'd suggest using the DiFxApp framework, since the CAs etc are already present in the merge module.
Answered 02/21/2010 by: VBScab
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ya i capture it for creating msi and i loged my comp with administrator account. plz help me
Answered 02/23/2010 by: vikas036
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i creat msi package with admin account and also logged with administrator account
Answered 02/23/2010 by: vikas036
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Perhaps we weren't clear: for installing drivers, use DPINST or the DifXApp Framework.
Use Google for details or search AppDeploy.
Answered 02/23/2010 by: VBScab
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What's up with the font?????
Having some personal issues there VBScab?

Keep in mind that YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO REPLY TO ANYTHING on this forum and all the other forums you post on.
Which leads me to ask you: Do you have a life, are you unemployed or are you on these forums while working for someone?

I am pretty it's the first one. You don't have a LIFE and these forums are the only contacts you have. You also have some serious self control problems........
Very sad.

I hope you'll find yourself one of these days.
Oh, and yes.........I created an account especially so I could reply to this post, even though I am not required.

I package/automate/deploy software, whatever you want to call it. I don't have time nor would I use my employers hours to brows these forums and after that..........guess what I do have a life, just like all the other millions on this world.

You might want to become part of that. (not required).
Answered 02/25/2010 by: Yazzy
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Easy there Yazzy... Ian has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to packaging. If you ask dumb questions you get dumb answers. Like Ian I tire of the same questions that pop up on this forum continuously like "how do I package Adobe Acrobat reader or Quicktime player" Those two apps have to be the most documented yet the boobs er I mean noobs join and post the same questions without taking the time to do a simple search of the forum. Oh, yeah, you also have to read the search results. Then when a knowledgeable person responds with an answer they ask the same question again....
Answered 02/25/2010 by: joedown
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agreed joedown...Ian (vbscab) has a long history of helpful contributions. Vikas, getting stroppy with him isn't any way to get your question answered here....
Myself, I don't post a question unless I've first done a google search, researched vendor docs etc. 95% of the time or more, that will answer my question.
Answered 02/25/2010 by: aogilmor
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My thoughts:

Use AdminStudio - Installshield , there you can find the "Device Driver Wizard" a handy wizard for importing "pnp / signed" drivers in your project.
Works fine.. a few clicks and you're done..
Answered 02/26/2010 by: jaybee96
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- I have a life, thank you.
- When one learns how to schedule one's time properly, one finds that there are many times during the day when one can contribute meaningfully to various fora. What else is there to, for example, when MSIs are compiling?
- I left "employment" behind many years ago. I now work when I want, where I want. Clients are aware up-front that I am active on these fora and accept that I will spend time contributing to them.
Answered 03/02/2010 by: VBScab
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