I'm trying to install the Sentillion Vergence Desktop Components 3.3x package, built with Installshield Pro 5.x, using Novell ZENWorks 3.2 to some Windows 2K and XP computers remotely. I created a Setup.iss for a Silent install, and, am using Setup.exe -s to install it

ZENWorks uses the SYSTEM account to install programs, and, for some reason, when I install this program (it installs fine), it won't run and I get an access denied error message.

I believe that this is a similar problem to fixing newer, MSI versions of InstallShield by using the ALLUSERS=1 switch, but, with this old of a product, I don't know what to do to install things differently.

Are there RegHacks or file locations to change User Rights on, or, any know way to make this work?

Thanks!
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Ooops. Here's the Setup.iss file:

[InstallShield Silent]
Version=v5.00.000
File=Response File
[File Transfer]
OverwriteReadOnly=NoToAll
[DlgOrder]
Dlg0=SdWelcome-0
Count=7
Dlg1=SdLicense-0
Dlg2=SdAskDestPath-0
Dlg3=SdComponentDialog2-0
Dlg4=SdShowDlgEdit1-0
Dlg5=AskOptions-0
Dlg6=SdFinish-0
[SdWelcome-0]
Result=1
[SdLicense-0]
Result=1
[SdAskDestPath-0]
szDir=C:\Program Files\Sentillion\DesktopComponents
Result=1
[SdComponentDialog2-0]
Installation Type-type=string
Installation Type-count=1
Installation Type-0=Installation Type\Test Install
Component-type=string
Component-count=5
Component-0=System
Component-1=Installation Type
Component-2=COMAdapters
Component-3=DesktopComponents
Component-4=NonCitrix
Result=1
[SdShowDlgEdit1-0]
szEdit1=ccv.denver.med.va.gov
Result=1
[Application]
Name=DesktopComponents
Version=3.3
Company=Sentillion
Lang=0009
[AskOptions-0]
Result=1
Sel-0=0
[SdFinish-0]
Result=1
bOpt1=0
bOpt2=0
Answered 03/28/2005 by: gmouse
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Can the system account write to the location of the source files? Running setup.exe -s will try to write a log file to the directory that the source files are in unless otherwise specified.
Answered 03/29/2005 by: Bladerun
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