I have a big problem. I have an application which i have made a response file to. The installation works fine, but after the installation i am going to run a commando which registrate my application.
When i run this commando i get a general system error(but the registration succeeds)
If i try to run the same commando again everything works fine(i get a message thats says the application is already registred)
How can i figure out whats causing this error

I have tried installing the application with a different company/customer just to see if i got the same error message here.
Here it worked fine

For the customer where i got the error message i have tried installing all microsoft updates. But same error

Any idea how to solve this. Is it possible to hide system error messages
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How can i figure out whats causing this error

I know I beat this drum a lot but use ProcMon: it will show you all the file and registry access taking place as processes run. You can filter out those processes you want to ignore, to make the output a little easier to read. IMHO - often repeated - you cannot do this job without this tool or something similar.

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Is it possible to hide system error messages

Forgive me, but frankly that is one of the most ridiculous questions I've seen posted.Just think about for a nanosecond...
Answered 01/29/2008 by: VBScab
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I did som digging into the registration process and it seemed like when the registration process was runned in "hidden" mode i got this error message.
I used AutoIT to make an script and now everything works fine.

Case solved
Answered 01/29/2008 by: Bankeralle
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