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I have a program call resource scheduler that is a outlook plugin. I have the script created and running perfectly... If i right click run as admin it works on every machine i run it on. 

Now for the problem...

When I put the script in a application or package in SCCM 2012 1511 and push it out, everything works except for the install line for the application, it just skips over it. If I run it as an application I get a message (attached in post) saying something about the exe. My money is on the way one of the command line switches are, it is using an (") as part of the switch. I would love it if someone had a solution of a way to wrap the line of code in something else or some other way of doing this. 

 

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;Install Notification
   MsgBox (48,"Resource Scheduler Outlook Client","OUTLOOK WILL CLOSE, DO NOT RELAUNCH UNTIL FINISHED",10)

;Close Outlook
   ProcessClose ("OUTLOOK.exe")

;Uninstall Resource Scheduler Outlook Client
   RunWait ("MsiExec.exe /x {7B207D64-D14A-4C05-A369-A13E914A1D34} /qb-!") ;Version 1050
   RunWait ("MsiExec.exe /x {081F2D54-90F1-4A7A-95DF-A27711BCD58B} /qb-!") ;Version 1100

;Install Resource Scheduler Outlook Client
   RunWait (@ScriptDir & '\Source\RSO1100.exe /s /v"RSBASEURL=https://URL.resourcescheduler.net/RSOEFR /passive"')

;Completion Message
   MsgBox (48,"Resource Scheduler Outlook Client","Resource Scheduler Outlook Client - INSTALLATION COMPLETE!",10)

 

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First and foremost, what does the execmgr.log say as to the failure?

Edit: I should specify, execmgr.log if you have it setup as a package, AppEnforce.log if it is an application.

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Since you're wrapping the line with single-quotes, that should be all you need.

If you run the command from a command prompt does it execute as expected?

.\Source\RSO1100.exe /s /v"RSBASEURL=https://URL.resourcescheduler.net/RSOEFR /passive"

c:\folderpath\Source\RSO1100.exe /s /v"RSBASEURL=https://URL.resourcescheduler.net/RSOEFR /passive"


 

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It simply says it succeeded

Script for  Package:CM1002E2, Program: Resource Scheduler Plugin succeeded with exit code 0    execmgr    6/29/2016 3:21:34 PM    3300 (0x0CE4)
 

All my other programs and application work perfectly. I can sub in a different exe and it works fine.

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2 minutes ago, spudw2k said:

Since you're wrapping the line with single-quotes, that should be all you need.

If you run the command from a command prompt does it execute as expected?

.\Source\RSO1100.exe /s /v"RSBASEURL=https://URL.resourcescheduler.net/RSOEFR /passive"

c:\folderpath\Source\RSO1100.exe /s /v"RSBASEURL=https://URL.resourcescheduler.net/RSOEFR /passive"

Works perfectly. That's what I don't understand.
 

 

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Does the installer (RSO1100.exe) have a parameter to create a log file or can you redirect the command output to a log?

c:\folderpath\Source\RSO1100.exe /s /v"RSBASEURL=https://URL.resourcescheduler.net/RSOEFR /passive" > log.txt
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51 minutes ago, spudw2k said:

Does the installer (RSO1100.exe) have a parameter to create a log file or can you redirect the command output to a log?

c:\folderpath\Source\RSO1100.exe /s /v"RSBASEURL=https://URL.resourcescheduler.net/RSOEFR /passive" > log.txt

I cannot not find any parameter that works to create a log. I read through the useless documentation but nothing in there either.

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