Arrggg.. why can't they just make a simple install... anyway, I need to package this app up. I've extracted the MSI's and I am trying to use an MST.

I've looked thru the KB here and nothing there seems to be working. I can't use any exe's in our distribution so this has to be accomplished with the MSI.

The command-line is as follows:
msiexec /i "%~d0%~p0QuickTime.msi" TRANSFORMS="%~d0%~p0QuickTime.Mst" REGSRCH_INSTALL_ASU=0 ProductLanguage=1033 /q /L* c:\temp\qtinst.log

The error is:
QuickTime -- Error 1606. Could not access network location 0

It's not the "%~d0%~p0" code because even if I use the full UNC path, it gives the same error. Plus, it's resolving fine according to the logfile and I use this code all the time.

In my transform, I have not changed a thing. Any idea's?

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I created a setting in the "Directory" table called "NoDirectory" and set the value to TARGETDIR
I wonder if that was it, but it's working now, except it's self-healing everytime it starts now.

Answered 10/17/2006 by: edocshare
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Hi Lane

I know I will get banned if I post this here. I simply repackaged it. Yes I know that we shouldn't do that. However in certain cases this seems the best solution to me. In this case you can even get rid of the ISScript and everything works fine. Eventually you can give it a try...

Answered 10/18/2006 by: rpfenninger
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It seems that Apple has changed over to straight MSI's with the latest quicktime. I'm using the following:


I then copy my updated QuickTime.qtp file in.
Answered 10/18/2006 by: Ken.Lank
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Ya, got'er all figured out. Only took 3 days, but it's done. I'd post exactly what I did, but I don't remember/know.

Answered 10/18/2006 by: edocshare
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Hi Roland,
as Ken wrote, Apple has changed the setup with version 7.1.3 to full MSI-install. ISScript isn't needed anymore.
The hole setup is done trough Windows Installer.
There is absoluteley no need for repacking this app.
Regards, Nick
Answered 10/18/2006 by: nheim
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Nope, I never recaptured it. It's done properly. All is good now.
Answered 10/19/2006 by: edocshare
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