I'm trying to install Iron Port Secure Email on a machine using a script and I'm new to Kace and having issues completing the task. I have two files that are setup as dependencies. cisco.exe and setup.iss

the command i need is cisco.exe /s /v /qn /f1"setup.iss"

My question I guess is when i put the dependencies in the script how do I reference them in the launch program file under task 1. What would the directory need to be?

Thanks in advance.
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You can reference them directly, as they will be put into the same directory as the script, so it would be the same:
cisco.exe /s /v /qn /f1"setup.iss"
(though you might want a space after the f1 and setup.iss, no?)
Answered 12/07/2011 by: scottlutz
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Yeah the command is right. I can make the install work from a command prompt just not through kace. If I don't reference the file in a location and just put the file name down. It says

Error creating process: \Cisco.exe /s /v /qn /f1"setup.iss": (2) The system cannot find the file specified.


Thats why I'm figuring I need to put a location of the dependencies.
Answered 12/07/2011 by: quickwhips
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quickwhips,

Zip up the Cisco.exe and setup.iss.

Upload the zip and try your command that way.

Just make sure you zip up the files and not a folder containing the files.

A screen shot of your config might also help.
Answered 12/07/2011 by: dchristian
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