I am fairly new to all of this, i dont have an extensive background in scripting. But i have to be doing something wrong. I created an MSI using the APP Deploy Repackager. I can run the MSI on my machine and it works. So i thought i would go ahead and upload this file into a script in KBOX. Here is what i did:

Attached the MSI as a dependency

Under Verify:
File: Myfile.msi

Under Remediation: (Launch a Program)
File: msiexec.exe /i
Parameters: $(KACE_DEPENDENCY_DIR)\myfile.msi

When i run this script i can see where the msi file has been put on my computer, but it hasnt been ran. Is there something that i am missing?
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Maybe this would be easier.

Instead of running a ksrcipt, change your script type to an online shell script.

Then upload your script as a dependency.

For the script text:
msiexec.exe /i myfile.msi /qn

Just remember to change the script file name from script.sh to script.bat.
Answered 02/25/2011 by: dchristian
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