Hi,

I have created a transform file for the EMC powerpath package and while running it getting error 1606. Could not access network location Program files\EMC.

No idea how to solve this issue. Need your help.
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As ever [yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawn], a verbose log will show you what the various properties involved with building directory trees are being resolved to. I suspect you have a rogue value for ROOTDRIVE.
Answered 07/13/2011 by: VBScab
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ROOTDRIVE value is C:\
Answered 07/13/2011 by: bini2082
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[rubs crystal ball furiously...]...and the rest of the directory properties? What are they geting resolved to?
Answered 07/13/2011 by: VBScab
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LOL, VBScab, you crack me up.

To the Bini, you need to provide more specific and accurate information if you hope to ever get a response. For those that use this forum daily, you basically said "I'm getting an error, please fix it for me." Even if you don't know what you are looking for, you could at least provide what your command line and what ever trouble shooting you have already done. Also, on this same forum just a couple posts before this, there is a similar post http://itninja.com/question/silent-uninstall-oracle-8-cilent9308 which will lead many here to believe that you haven't done ANY troubleshooting and subsequently, your not going to get much if any help.

What I posted on that thread.

Paths need to be pretty specific.

c:\windows\system32\msiexec.exe /i \\server\share\file.msi TRANSFORMS="\\server\share\file.mst" /qb

Also, that error message may be indicating that the MSI may not like something within the MST.

One other possibility is your MST is corrupted. I'm using AdminStudio/InstallShield 10 and periodically, I have to start over with my MST's because they don't build/save properly and become corrupted.
Answered 07/13/2011 by: jmaclaurin
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