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Haider Shah

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Haider Shah last won the day on May 24 2018

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  1. @srw_oia You are a legend! Thank you for all of your help, this has worked.
  2. Hi @TClayton, As mentioned above the first part of the script works and the installer copies across. The second step is the one that does not appear to be working. Would you know of any way I could make this work?
  3. Hi guys, I am trying to install 7zip on a PC via a script through LT. The first part of the script is copying the installer to the local machine from a local server share and the second part is meant to use msiexec to install this. The first half of the script works and the file is copied to the machine but the second part fails. I checked the workstations logs and LT gives me the following error: "The Script(414) failed in the Then section at step 1. The reason: File Copy Command Failed Script: S414 - Starting at Server Time: Thursday, May 24, 2018 4:31:30 PM Script step logging has been disabled. Please set @ScriptEngineEnableLogger@ = True in your script to enable function logging." I duplicated the script to run everything as an admin but this has also given me the same result. Please see below for both of the scripts I have created for this: Script 1: Step 1: Function: File Copy Source path: \\SERVER\Data\IT Software\7z1805.exe Destination path: %windir%\Temp\7z1805.exe Step 2: Function: Shell Command: "%windir%\system32\msiexec.exe" /i "%windir%\Temp\7z1805.exe" /q Script 2: Step 1: Function: File Copy as Admin Source path: \\SERVER\Data\IT Software\7z1805.exe Destination path: %windir%\Temp\7z1805.exe Step 2: Function: Shell as Admin Command: "%windir%\system32\msiexec.exe" /i "%windir%\Temp\7z1805.exe" /q Could someone please provide me with some assistance. I have never used the LT server side of things, so if someone could explain that then I would very grateful.
  4. Hi everyone, Apologies for the delayed response. I have created the following script for this: msiexec /x "\\SERVER\Software\InternalApps\SOFTWARE.msi" /quiet @LabTechRob - can you please show or teach me how to use the LT server? I am pretty new to this and would love to know how I could make things easier.
  5. Hi guys, I need to copy a .msi from a server share to a local PC using a script. I then need to create another script to remove a program using the copied .msi. Does anyone know how to create a script for this? I tried and cannot get it to work.
  6. Just finished checking and the software does not have an uninstall string in the registry. Is there any way to make a script that would use appwiz.cpl to uninstall the software?
  7. I just ran the script and it does not appear to have uninstalled the software. Checked event log and it showed that it initiated a transaction for windows installer, configured the LIBRA software successfully and reconfigured the product and ended the windows installer transaction. The software is still here and works. Any help on this would be much appreciated.
  8. Hi guys, @DarrenWhite99 - the installation path does change depending on the version of the software. The 32-bit version has the following path: C:\Program Files (x86)\LIBRA and the 64-bit version has the following path: C:\Program Files\LIBRA. Would you know of a script to remove the 32-bit version? @ollonk - thank you for creating and sending over a script. The problem we have is that both versions of the software have the same name: 'LIBRA' under programs and features. As stated above, the installation path does change depending on the versions of the software. Are you able to create a script that uninstalls the software depending on the path that is there?
  9. Hi @BlueToast Thank you for all of your help, this worked like a charm.
  10. Hi Guys, I need to uninstall a piece of software form roughly 100 machines. This is part of an upgrade process where the x64 bit version will be installed and the x32 bit version needs to be removed. As this software does not change its name depending on bit version it is a little confusing as to how I can go about doing so. Does anyone know how this could be done via scripts? Any help will be much appreciated.
  11. Hello everyone, I have been trying to install the .NET framework 4.7 via the app deployment manager. The installer is a .exe but the install shield method does not appear to be working. I spoke to connectwise support who advised that this needs to be rolled out via a custom script but they do not support this. I have never worked with scripts so I am at a dead end here. Any help and advise on this would be much appreciated, I need to roll this out to roughly 100 machines.
  12. Hello everyone, I have been trying to install the .NET framework 4.7 via the app deployment manager. The installer is a .exe but the install shield method does not appear to be working. I spoke to connectwise support who advised that this needs to be rolled out via a custom script but they do not support this. I have never worked with scripts so I am at a dead end here. Any help and advise on this would be much appreciated, I need to roll this out to roughly 100 machines.
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