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at work we have the program "Pro.File" and I would like to edit the MSI so that installation about the group directives is possible. Does know one of you by chance which variable ones or which evaluates I must edit to specify the dbserver etc.
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Look in the Properties table, there may be a property pointing to a database server name.You could also check your reg entries or ODBC
Answered 02/12/2009 by: rbrucelee1978
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hello rbrucelee,

thanks for reply but thats my problem. There is no property to point to a database server or to the installationdata of Pro.File.
we have solved the problem with a batch but we would like to install the program about the group policy.
In the Batch there are the variables to write in the correct database etc.
but i couldn´t find the variables in the property-settings in ORCA.

the batch:
set PROFILE_VERSION=0563

set DBPFAD=%PROGRAMFILES%\procad\profile
set SRCDIR=\\fs01\software$\client\Pro.FILE_WinClient\%PROFILE_VERSION%
set PRODB=profile!pf01
set FILESERVER=pf01
set DBANWPATH=\\pf01\procad\profile

msiexec /I "%SRCDIR%\PRO.FILE V8.1 Windows Client.msi" /qn /L*v %TEMP%\profile_%COMPUTERNAME%.log TRANSFORMS=%SRCDIR%\1031.mst INSTALLDIR="%DBPFAD%" SILENTADD="WindowsClientlokal;SETDBANWPATH" SILENTREMOVE="Einstellungsdateien" PRODB="%PRODB%" FILESERVER="%FILESERVER%" FIREWALL="enable" ALLUSERS="1" SETDBANW="TRUE" DBANWPATH=%DBANWPATH% INSTALLLEVEL="300"

where can i find the propertys of the batch in the property-table?
Answered 02/13/2009 by: Der_Lomi
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where can i find the [propertys] properties of the batch in the property-table?Presuming you are dealing with a vendor-supplied MSI, you can put all of those environment variables into your own properties via a transform. If the MSI is the result of a capture, just add them to that MSI.
Answered 02/13/2009 by: VBScab
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Many thanks.
Yours tap has really helped me.
Now it runs wonderfully.

The best forum i ever met ^^

Yours sincerely
Der_Lomi

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Answered 02/13/2009 by: Der_Lomi
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