Hi all, I am very new to packaging and deploying software and this is my first post here. I built a computer with a clean software image (XP SP2 w/all updates) ran WinInstall LE 2003 Discover, and then installed, configured, updated, and registered Quickbooks Pro 2003.

I then ran Discover again, completed the image with zero errors and attempted to push the app down via Group Policy in a 2003 domain. Deployment looked ok, no errors in the event viewer, but when I try to launch the app, I will get the same three errors repeated dozens of times before the app will launch. The app does launch, but not until I get through all these errors. Can anyone out there give me some advice on how to correct this? Thanks.

Errors received:

Product: Quickbooks Pro 2003 - 10.27.2005 -- Error 1306. Another application has exclusive access to the file 'C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\DataStore\Logs\tmp.edb'. Please shut down all other applications, then click Retry.

Detection of product '{85499F42-1890-45E3-B78D-5E1E8146CDC7}', feature 'WIFEAT00000001', component '{BA90F5BF-88CF-4B4C-B78F-2E1BB59E8751}' failed. The resource 'C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBooks Pro\Components\TI\TRACKING.ETCF' does not exist.

Detection of product '{85499F42-1890-45E3-B78D-5E1E8146CDC7}', feature 'WIFEAT00000001' failed during request for component '{1AA6F887-D73C-458F-8C3B-C94882DF5F17}'


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Welcome to the frustrating art/science of packaging.

You need to clean up your MSI after you capture it. It will have a bunch of noise in it that will cause it to crap out on install.

Take any log or temporary files out of your package in most cases.
Is most likely noise that's locked by another program on install. Take it out.

'C:\Program Files\Intuit\QuickBooks Pro\Components\TI\TRACKING.ETCF' Open the MSI and make sure this component has the file listed in it.

Answered 10/28/2005 by: turbokitty
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