Hi All,

We've just recently moved to Kace and I've been playing around with different functions and managed installs. Have gone through most of the Jump Start training, and even our trainer has been stumped with this problem.

I used the Enterprise Manager to create a network installation of CS5, which is a msi file and zipped that up, and uploaded the zip file to the Kbox, and used the following command: msiexec.exe /i "Adobe CS5.msi" /quiet but that doesn't seem to work. Even in the use default/configure manually

With zip & msi files does it matter where the actual msi file is located, for example the Adobe CS5.msi is located in the Build Folder of that zip file, so with the above command line, will it pick up the .msi no matter where it is without an indication of where it is?

Any help will be greatly appreciated! Hope this makes some sense [:)]
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Hi. Firstly, the is a dedicated forum for the KBox on AppDeploy. Secondly, do you know of any other application that magically knows where its data files are? You will need to specify an explicit path to the MSI.
Answered 03/14/2012 by: VBScab
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Now now, no need to get smart or snappy.

I've never had the need to execute a file from within a zip file. Would the command line to find the file be "%Source_Path%/Build/Adobe CS5.msi"?
Answered 03/14/2012 by: tpana
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