Hi All,
I created a MST for my Java 6.24 rollout using many of the options suggested here and in the Package KB. I don't understand what modification I made to make the JQS service not install, I was merely setting it to disabled...I thought. I installed this on a PC that had a non-modified version 6.17 and JQS installed and running, the install will kill JQS, iexplorer, etc. Here is a summary of changes. Why was the JQS service not installed? Thanks!


Property Table:
AUTOUPDATECHECK = 0
EULA = 1
IEXPLORER = 1
JAVAUPDATE = 0
JU = 0
MOZILLA = 1
SYSTRAY = 0

RemoveFile Table:
Changed the InstallMode from 3 to 2 for everything in this table except the following entries.

JAVAEXE 1
JAVAWEXE 1
JAVAWSEXE 1
ext 2
CLASSLIST 2
JAVADIR 2
binkernel 3
binkerneldir 3
bundles 3
bundlesdir 3
INSTALLDIRPATCHERR 3
INSTALLDIRENTITLEMENT 3
INSTALLDIRDistributionREADME 3
INSTALLDIRPerpetual_Entitlements 3
SHAREDARCHIVE 3
tmp 3
tmpdir 3
tmplib 3
tmplibdir 3
tmplibext 3
tmplibextdir 3
tmplibi386 3
tmplibi386dir 3

InstallExecuteSequence:
UninstallJQS NOT Installed 3187
InstallFinalize 3188
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What did you do with the 'jqs.exe' in 'RemoveFiles' table? Did you remove the entry?
Answered 02/28/2011 by: WiseAppPackager
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was looking for an answer to similar query about JQS and got the answer as well. thanks.
Answered 02/28/2011 by: vish_zen
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@WiseAppPackager, I changed the value of jqs.exe from 3 to 2. I did not remove any enteries from the RemoveFiles table, I only changed the value from 3 to 2 for everything except what I listed above.
Answered 02/28/2011 by: LikeToCode
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change it to 4 that solve issue quicktime
Answered 02/28/2011 by: clueless
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@Clueless Thanks but my question is why was the service not installed when I expected it to just be set to Disabled.
Answered 02/28/2011 by: LikeToCode
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Hi OP,
the line:

UninstallJQS NOT Installed 3187

did the trick.
It uninstalls the service right away with its own weapons... :-)

Regards, Nick
Answered 02/28/2011 by: nheim
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@nheim, Thanks! I thought that was the entry as well but I was thinking it would just set the service to disabled since it was already installed with version 6.17. I'm not complaining though, no service is better than disabled service! LOL
Answered 02/28/2011 by: LikeToCode
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