[font="courier new"] Hi ,
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[font="courier new"] Currently I am working on "Bindview RMS Console 8.5" application.
[font="courier new"]Setup.exe calls around 10 MSI's and none of these Vendor MSI's are installing alone...
[font="courier new"]Has any1 worked on this application n do someone know the silent switch for this application?
[font="courier new"]Kindly help me...
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[font="courier new"]Thanks in advance...
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Hello Gege,

I have not worked on `Bindview RMS Console 8.5' however check if there is a single MSI which calls the others sometimes called as a bootstrapper.msi. Also create a verbose log by enabling the windows logging by setting the follwoing key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Installer
Reg_SZ: Logging
Value: voicewarmupx
This should help you analyse things better.
Answered 02/15/2009 by: India_Repackaging
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Your post really ought to have been made to the 'package Devlopment' forum. A moderator may move it there at some point.

It's unlikely that there'll be a single MSI: nested MSIs are frowned upon these days. Well, there were until the advent of v4.5 of the WI egnine but that's a whole different can of worms.

Anyway, the advice of using a log file to determine what's going on is sound. Personally, I would just extract the MSIs and deploy them separately. If, as you say, they won't install alone, I'm guessing that you get a message to the effect that the MSI must be run by the setup program? If so, try setting a property called ISSETUPDRIVEN with a value of '1' on the command line, e.g.:

...........MSIExec /i [name_of_MSI] ISSETUPDRIVEN=1 [any other switches you might want to use]
Answered 02/16/2009 by: VBScab
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