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Answered 12/20/2010 by: VBScab Please log in to comment Please log in to comment 1 I agree, but it appeared to work. Answered 03/16/2011 by: mstarks67 Please log in to comment Please log in to comment 1 It's not SCCM that needs that access but the local System account on the workstations. Otherwise install will fail because SDW checks and finds out that Local System account is not a member of Administrators group. RunDll32 C:\PROGRA~1\COMMON~1\INSTAL~1\PROFES~1\RunTime\11\00\Intel32\Ctor.dll,LaunchSetup "C:\Program Files\InstallShield Installation Information\%GUID%\setup.exe" -l0x9 -s -f1 %INST%\uninstall\5480.iss "uninstall" -f2 C:\windows\temp\SASegr.log (wait) wait along with %INST% and %GUID% are used in wisescript 1. %GUID% is used because the e-guide http://movancm.com/windows-runtime/windows-runtime-component-windows-phone-8.php

The MIDL compiler actually provides far more than just the WINMD file and we can actually use it, among other things, to generate the canonical version of the IHen interface in Save that .exe to a local folder. I can now build my component quite simply and the resulting Build subfolder contains a number of files, only one of which matters. Answered 01/26/2011 by: Foleymon Please log in to comment Please log in to comment 1 Wise will allow snapshotted/wise-script packages up to 2GB.

i am running with tough time with the package. Support Submit a Problem Update a Problem Check Problem Status SAS Administrators Security Bulletins License Assistance Manage My Software Account Downloads & Hot Fixes Samples & SAS Notes Browse by If you want to follow along, create a Sample folder and inside of that create a few source files beginning with Sample.cpp: XML Copy C:\Sample>notepad Sample.cpp The first thing I’ll do Microsoft Runtime Components 7.1 is a required component for EG 4.3 as listed in the system requirements document.

TSManager 3/16/2011 8:55:49 AM 5040 (0x13B0) Failed to run the action: Run Command Line. I had to run it like this, "\setup.exe" -quiet -responsefile "\response.properties" -skipadmincheck This will take the system account and void the check for admin privileges and create a directory on the For one app (was it Business Objects?), I resorted to installing then creating a .REG from the app's entries. When the Prerequisites wizard runs it may force a reboot to resolve pending installation actions, this reboot is handled by the (TS) 2.

PREREQS JRESetup.exe Command Line= -is:silent -silent %SASMS%\setup.exe Command Line= -s -f2c:\Temp\msrtc.log %SASMS7%\setup.exe Command Line= -s -f2c:\Temp\msrtc7.log Main Install Command Line Pathname=%SASEXE%\setup.exe Command Line=-s quietfile=%SOURCE%"\disk1\sas\quiet.ini" -f2"C:\temp\quiet.log" -silentstatus This has worked for over Most odd. I ran the TS and got the same error outlined above. Anyway, that’s how you get msvcr71.dll “installed” on Windows 7.

Well, now seems like a good time to learn. Running the exact same command line from a command window will work without any problems. But then SAS wouldn't run because of the reboot pending. If it's under 50, why not continue go with the local copying and set it up to deploy out-of-hours?

When the command below is executed the deployment wizard launches then shortly after the machine reboots, with prompt. And yeah, it's a quick hack.) Here's the batch file's essential part: [hr][font="courier new"]start "" /wait setup.exe [font="courier new"] sleep.exe 10 cscript /nologo waitprocess.vbs _ISDEL.EXE [hr] This IActivationFactory interface provides the single ActivateInstance method, which is analogous to the classic COM IClassFactory interface and its CreateInstance method. As I mentioned, C# compilers don’t know how to parse C++ header files, so I need to provide some metadata with which the C# compiler will be happy.

I seem to remember something about the pre-reqs as well, I had to either have the machine reboot after installing the pre-reqs or populating keys that would show the pre-reqs had Get More Info From a command line, run VS7.1sp1-KB9322981102-X86-Enu.exe /Xp:VS71 This will extract the auto-extractable .exe into a subfolder called VS71. When you run it, you’ll be unhappy to learn that it won’t actually install the runtime since it will expect you to have the runtime already installed, because after all this Also, I would like to change the sasv9.cfg (mainly pointing the Work location) and the autoexec.sas files.

In general, that support is designed to be transparent to the .NET Framework programmer. Sign up! S_OK : E_OUTOFMEMORY; } Otherwise, I’ll return an HRESULT indicating that the requested class isn’t available: C++ Copy return CLASS_E_CLASSNOTAVAILABLE; That’s all the C++ I need to get this simple component http://movancm.com/windows-runtime/windows-runtime-component-vs-dll.php Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes:

I have to push the applicaiton nearly 15000 machines so doing this suggested task will work or not( i am in a confusion: If you anybody came across the same problem, Microsoft WSE 3.0 Runtime 3.0.5305.0 7. But this is not enough.


The SAS Depot or a -responsefile can be created for all the applications of SAS depending how you want to install them I created Depots for, stat, af, base/access/odbc/eguide, and graph. The wisescript handles the install/uninstall and repair of the Base application. Paste it into a text document and rename it eguide.xml. Answered 03/16/2011 by: VBScab Please log in to comment Please log in to comment 2 Our SAS deployment source is 56GB in size.

They have suggested to proceed as mentioned below.. ********* Before installation you have to terminate/stop all the anti-virus and spy-wares applications running at Back end along with the ease of firewall Graph contained lots of ini files which I thought would be an issue but it only have one issue during capture 1. Because the ABI only trades in COM interfaces and the Hen class is not itself an interface, the default interface is its representative at the ABI level. this page TSManager 3/16/2011 8:55:49 AM 5040 (0x13B0) Send a task execution status message SMS_TSExecution_ActionAbortExecutionError TSManager 3/16/2011 8:55:49 AM 5040 (0x13B0) Formatted header: TSManager 3/16/2011 8:55:49 AM 5040 (0x13B0) GUID:6886324A-CCEA-4F6E-900E-710E292AC617mp:[http]MP_StatusManagerdirect:OSD336002011-03-16T13:55:49Zhttp

The system requirements wizard performs all of the checks based off of the sysinfo.ini file located in \products\sysreqwizard__9220__win__xx__sp0__1\systinfo.ini. You'll need to copy the source locally and execute from there. Thank-you all for your help and indulgence. Disabling the SRW with the –nomsupdate, along with turning off the system updates also turns off the intial pending reboot check. Please let us know if this resolves the

This will be a loose outline of the steps I took to get it successfully install/uninstalled silently. Thank you very much for your help and patience VB :) Answered 03/16/2011 by: mstarks67 Please log in to comment Please log in to comment 1 Hi guys, I made the In addition the SRW does an initial reboot check before calling any Microsoft system updates as a precaution for previous incomplete system updates.