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ADOBE 8

i am installing adobe 8 after making a wrapper from there msi, i also user there turner. it install fine but went i go to launch it i recieve an error EPIC_APP have anyone got this error? and what is the fix.

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Posted by: anonymous_9363 13 years ago
Red Belt
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Do you mean you created a transform? Wrapping is something else, where you wrap a vendor's installer inside an MSI.

Coming to your error, my advice as ever is to run ProcMon before launching the app. This free utility will show you all the file & registry access which the app is using. Remember to enable its 'Advanced output'. My guess is that you have a file/registry permissioning issue, where the app is trying to write a file or registry key which your environment is disallowing.
Posted by: linstead 13 years ago
Blue Belt
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i already run regmon and filemon, also wrapper mean i need a setup.exe file so i created a wrapper. because adobe only give you a msi file i we use setup.exe to deploy software.
Posted by: anonymous_9363 13 years ago
Red Belt
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And you gleaned nothing from those two tools? *Something* must be causing the app to crash...

BTW, you'll find ProcMon much more useful than FM/RM, not least because you can add so much more filtering. As you know, you can only add so much to FM/RM before they choke. It's from the same SysInternals author.
Posted by: Chipster 13 years ago
Blue Belt
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Is this a volume licensed product you're deploying? Why not use the MSI? there's not all that much you would need to change or create an MST for. I've seen the EPIC issues before when trying to use a vollume key on retail media or vice versa.
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