Im able to install application with this line " Setup.exe /s /SMS /f1C:\HD\UTILS\Applications\2020\setup.iss /f2C:\HD\UTILS\Applications\2020\2020.log " as long as I run it manually or adveritise it, however when I executed during the OSD process fails because its not creating the log file . can someone please help me? Is there something wrong with my command.
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You may want to put the paths in quotes..
Setup.exe /s /SMS /f1"C:\HD\UTILS\Applications\2020\setup.iss" /f2"C:\HD\UTILS\Applications\2020\2020.log"
Answered 04/03/2012 by: dj_xest
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  • Yep. I always put the quotes in, even when there arent gaps in the path. I'd be curious to know if there is specific criteria for when it does or does not work without the quotes.
  • you can also remove the /f2"C:\HD\UTILS\Applications\2020\2020.log" parameter and see if by default the log file will be created on the same location with your .iss file
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I will give that a try and report back... thanks guys lets hope it works
Answered 04/03/2012 by: lucent6408d
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  • with the quotes there I get a script error instead
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I get a script error with the quotes in place
Answered 04/03/2012 by: lucent6408d
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  • Does the script error refer to anything useful?
  • Try this from http://blogs.technet.com/b/appv/archive/2007/10/11/scripting-within-an-osd-file.aspx

    Setup.exe /s /SMS /f1"C:\\HD\\UTILS\\Applications\\2020\\setup.iss" /f2"C:\\HD\\UTILS\\Applications\\2020\\2020.log"
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