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Hi
I have created a MSP file and by using msiexec /p it is not working.
I donot want it to paste in Update folder as it is specific to some conditions.
Also, /adminfile option is not working..

--Calling every thin from network location
--MSP file created has just two file copied and three files deleted.

The Error in log file is
DEBUG: Error 2746: Transform "Numbr here" invalid for package C:\WINDOWS\Installer\42df7.msi. Expected product {91120000-00A3-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}, found product {90120000-0012-0000-0000-0000000FF1CE}.
MSI (s) (0C:64) [14:04:13:325]: Skipping validation for patch transform"Numbr here"
Will not apply because previous transform was invalid..

Can any 1 quickly respond as i am in need of the solutionasap..
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Unfortunately, you can't apply the Office patches that way, as they aren't patches in the form you and I know them. You must use Setup.EXE. There's plenty of documentation on MSDN about Office deployment.
Answered 07/02/2009 by: VBScab
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Hi
I have already mentioned that i have used setup.exe /adminfile option as well to run th epatch but nothing is working..

Can you still think there can be an alternative solution after that??

Thanks
Answered 07/02/2009 by: guy.forum
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well this is a rare shot..have u tried msiexec /update <path to MSP> /qb
Answered 07/03/2009 by: PackageExpert
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'/UPDATE' and '/P' are the same so, again, won't work for the new patch regime.
Answered 07/03/2009 by: VBScab
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