I am very new to using orca and I am trying to install VViewer onto a metaframe server using the metaframe console (CMC). I changed the ACCEPTEULA=1 and ASSOCIATE=1 in the property table but when i launch the msi I get the error The EULA has not been accepted!!! Must I change it in another table coz i scanned thru the msi and there are a few more ACCEPTEULA entries.
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The property table should be all you have to worry about. Many have reported having to add these properties to the property table manually (it is common for a public property to be referenced during installation without being identified in the property table). However, in this case I am quite sure simply adding ACCEPTEULA=1 on the command line worked for me in my own command line package for this installation.

If you are not already, you can validate it works as you desire by trying it at the command line first.

If you are working with a transform, know that public properties can be overwritten and do not always hold the value provided at the command line- though it is normally safe. When identifying your transform, make sure you use all CAPS and include the trailing "s" -- TRANSFORMS=mymst.mst
Answered 05/16/2006 by: bkelly
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