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Install application as admin during TS possible?

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Hi Everyone,

I am trying to get a simple application to install but it doesn't seem to work either running the TS from the desktop or during the image process. Its a normal MSI application but for some reason it just wont install by the looks of it using the system account. I tried running the application silently through CMD outside of SCCM under my logged in user account (which is an admin) but it just would not fire off.  I moved all the source files locally to the location c:\apps\Q-Pulse

c:\apps\Q-Pulse> msiexec /i "Q-Pulse.msi" /qn

When i load CMD as admin and run the same command above it works fine.

Just looking for some advice as to how i could get round this and push this out via a TS. Is it at all possible to install the application as admin during an re-image TS?

Regards

Rufus

 

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Hi GarthMJ

I did indeed and the one error the caught my eye was the below

MSI (s) (F0:20) [14:45:07:337]: Product: Q-Pulse -- Error 1925.You do not have sufficient privileges to complete this installation for all users of the machine.  Log on as an administrator and then retry this installation.

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Have you talked to Q-Pulse about this? I have a hard time believing that the local system account which has more rights than the administrator account doesn't have the right rights. IMO the error is more likely a red herring and there is another true error. 

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I have yes and they informed me that it should work, all the previous versions of this MSI that I have deployed have run perfectly. I have attached the full log, I don't suppose you would be able to take a look and see if I am missing something?

Appreciate your help

Thanks

Liam

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I see nothing in there but if the error is a red herring, I would expect to either. 

I would make sure that the MSI isn't blocked.

I will manually install it as the local system account https://verbalprocessor.com/2007/12/05/running-a-cmd-prompt-as-local-system/ if it fails, send this to q-pulse and get them to tell you why it is failing. if this works then it is an interactive setup or x64 issues. 

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thanks very much for your help with this, i shall have a play around and see if i can get it to work with the system account. Like you say seems crazy that the system account would not have rights to install it for all users.

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