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Hi All,
I am trying to package microsoft zune 4.08 for Win 7 & when I try to install the msi I get a error: FirewallCA:Operation'Preserve WirelessFWRuleConfig' has finished with result 0x80070002.
Any comments will be highly appreciated.
Thanks
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Converted to decimal in the usual way, that error is DOS error '2' - File not found.

In any event, you are "trying to package" it. Are you sure Zune isn't already in MSI format? A couple of posts here on AppDeploy would suggest that it is.
Answered 09/18/2011 by: VBScab
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Hi instead of using the .msi you have for x64 as I had the same i now use the ZuneSetupPkg.exe and use the commandline /qb /accepteula which installs it without user intervention however it does appear with a basic ui giving you the install status. Can't seem to install it completely silently
Answered 01/24/2012 by: tekCTRL
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Can't seem to install it completely silentlyThat's because you passed the 'Basic UI' argument to MSIExec (the '/qb' in the command line). Use '/qn' instead.

Oh, and I meant to say last time: what place does Zune have in corporate deployments?!? LOL
Answered 01/24/2012 by: VBScab
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Oh, c'mon VBScab - haven't you ever had an exec tell you "I don't care what the standard is; I want this"? Or do executives in London follow policies and procedures more than in the US?
Answered 01/24/2012 by: Arminius
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They *tend* to understand the advice that we give, something along the lines of "If you're happy to tell the MD/Chairman/CEO why he/she can't have the data they need from you because you authorised the installation of junkware on your PC, we're happy to comply."

Easy.
Answered 01/24/2012 by: VBScab
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