hi i have to repackage toad for oracle 11.5  

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Do you have the MSI or EXE installer? I would recommend to get the MSI installer.

Either download it from here: https://support.quest.com/Download/InstallDetail.aspx?fID=4192539&product=Toad%20for%20Oracle

(You need a sign-in to download the MSI installer)

Or extract the MSI(s) from the EXE with the /extract switch.

Have a look in this pdf for more information: http://us-downloads.quest.com/Repository/support.quest.com/Toad%20for%20Oracle/10.6/Documentation/ToadforOracleEditions_Silent_Installation_Guide.pdf

Answered 08/31/2012 by: andemats
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  • And also, keep it to one thread.
    You already have this topic in a previous thread. http://www.itninja.com/question/hi-i-am-getting-a-error
    • Agreed....
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At a guess, I'd say that you're deploying it per-user instead of per-machine, with the option to only install when a user is logged in. Consequently, SCCM is attempting to install the package with user-level rights, not administrator-level rights.

Answered 08/31/2012 by: VBScab
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  • thanks for replying. so how i can chage it to administrative level rights?
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Hi Thanks everyone. i am able to make a toad msi. it means i have repackaged the application and now my next challange is to use the wrapper and make available to SCCM. so can any one please help me.?



Answered 08/31/2012 by: shilesh1982
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  • Why can't you directly call the msi instead of running msi through wrapper?
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