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After Install, Add/remove Program Entry Is Missing

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Hello,

Have created a very basic script to install a couple of MSI files on mmachine where the user does not have admin privledges. I'm new to this and it's basic, but it works with one small problem. After the installations, the entries do not appear in the ADD/REMOVE Programs when logged in as user. If you log in as local admin they are there. NOTE ... when the install.exe was run, I was logged in as the user.

Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Bill F.

MsgBox(64, "Sales Installer"

RunAsSet ("Administrator","","xxxxxxxxxxx")

Run ("regedit.exe /s GPNetwork.reg")

Sleep (1000)

RunWait ("msiexec /i polseccl.msi /qb")

RunWait ("msiexec /i polregcl.msi /qb")

RunWait ("msiexec /i updateagent.msi /qb")

RunWait ("msiexec /i ASMBaseMSI.msi /qb")

Run ("updatentfs.exe")

Sleep (5000)

Send ("ENTER")

Sleep (8000)

Send ("ENTER")

Sleep (3000)

RunWait ("gpupdate.exe")

Sleep (2000)

MsgBox(4160, "Done!", "All updates are complete")

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Hello,

Have created a very basic script to install a couple of MSI files on mmachine where the user does not have admin privledges. I'm new to this and it's basic, but it works with one small problem. After the installations, the entries do not appear in the ADD/REMOVE Programs when logged in as user. If you log in as local admin they are there. NOTE ... when the install.exe was run, I was logged in as the user.

Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

The programs are run with the Administrator account and that Registry Hive is loaded by default.

check this option for RunAsSet:

RunAsSet ( ["user", "domain", "password" [, options]] )

options [optional]

0 = do not load the user profile, 1 = (default) load the user profile, 2 = use for net credentials only


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The programs are run with the Administrator account and that Registry Hive is loaded by default.

check this option for RunAsSet:

Thanks .. that helped. The final solution was to use the MSI option, ALLUSERS=1

Bill

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