Hi,
I have a problem with a package, I've installed it with admin profile, then I did several tests with a restricted user, so far everything work perfectly. But, this package is about a homebanking connection over IE7 (we already talk about this http://itninja.com/question/silent-uninstall-oracle-8-cilent8436) and when I change the net (disconnect from LAN and connect to Internet over ADSL connection), if you launch MyComputer, the package try to selfheal but it can't because it hasn't access to file repository..
That happens because the restricted user hasn't rights over local disk, his profile point to remote location over LAN, but if LAN is disconnected the remote location is unavailable... So, is there any way to change something in the package to skip this self-healing process?
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If you launch "My Computer", the package self-heals?!? How come?
Answered 07/02/2011 by: VBScab
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you can change it so the repair happens from a local source as opposed to network. this has been covered here many many many times before .
Answered 07/03/2011 by: jmcfadyen
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ORIGINAL: VBScab

If you launch "My Computer", the package self-heals?!? How come?


This package is about a protection module provided by a Bank, after you login into the bank's website there is something in this website that verify if the protection module is present on the PC; then if you launch Windows Explorer or something else using explorer.exe, the package self-heals... I don't know why! I mean, the protection module has a service launched by explorer.exe, but I don't know why the package self-heals each time after you login into the bank's website.

ORIGINAL: jmcfadyen

you can change it so the repair happens from a local source as opposed to network. this has been covered here many many many times before .


I can't change anything in the deployment tool, I'd like do something into the package to "duplicate" the source...
Answered 07/08/2011 by: cmi2000
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the package self-heals... I don't know why!Then find out!

The Event log will show the component ID which triggers the s/h and you can work back from there.
Answered 07/08/2011 by: VBScab
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