Hello all,

we have a problem when install our msi only in windows 7 (32 or 64 bits)...
i did a lots of search, but i do not found anything that could help...

i already tried:
1) install ISScript10.msi
2) install ISScript11.msi
3) Set the DCOM identity to launching user

here we have 6 msis that have the same GUID ({0FA15315-FCA8-443A-939C-97C79BB84257}), but this msis are not registered, they just copy the files to a specific folder....
during the install, we have this scenario:
first msi - OK
second msi - ERROR
third msi - OK
fourth msi - ERROR
fifth msi - OK
sixth msi - ERROR

the log show this result:

1: Event 'E5749281' is created
1: GetInstallDriver, Can not find InstallDriver in ROT table, Return Code = 0x800401e3
1: {0FA15315-FCA8-443A-939C-97C79BB84257}
1: Extract supporting files
1: Failed to extract _IsUser.dll, Ignore it.
1: Failed to extract IGdi.dll, Ignore it.
1: ISMsiServerStartup Failure, Failed to RegisterMsiServer, Error = 0x80004005
1: MsiServerStartup failed. Abort installation.
Ação concluída 08:57:51: ISMsiServerStartup. Valor de retorno 1603.

very weird because these msis have the same GUID, and one installs ok and the other return error....

i hope that i has explained the problem...

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Seriously? There is a ton of information about this error here on AppDeploy and even more on the web.

Search here for 'Launching User' or 'Interactive User'.
Answered 02/20/2011 by: VBScab
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this community: 5 stars (Super member)
education received: 0 stars (Super uneducated)

anyway thanks for "help"
Answered 02/21/2011 by: bruno_ptbr
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VBScab is extremely helpful - to those that help themselves.

No one one on this board is here to educate you - you need to do the ground work and show that you've done it when posting a question.

If you don't explain what you have already attempted and what you've searched for,

i did a lots of search, but i do not found anything that could help...

it makes you appear lazy and inept and you will receive little assistance apart from pointing back to Google.

Try the search terms suggested and if you still can't find a solution post back with details of what you've done to try and resolve your issue and any other relevant information - someone will be more than happy to assist you further.


Answered 02/22/2011 by: dunnpy
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Problem solved!

Thanks VBScab and Dunnpy...
Answered 02/22/2011 by: bruno_ptbr
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Bruno, how did you solve the problem? I've found the articles suggested by VBScab (such as http://itninja.com/question/msi-corporate-standardiser6&mpage=1&key=䦊), but for me the problem still persists ...
Answered 02/22/2011 by: Andrea_Maticad
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