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I have a beautiful .exe file from ERA to install EVA, and i want to deploy on every pc.

Tried to make a .msi with MSIWrapper, and install it silently with pdq, no success, with exe, no success. I've tried a few different settings like:

  • msiexec.exe /i "ERA_Installer_x64_hu_HU.msi" ALLUSERS=1 /qn /norestart /log output.log; 
  • ERA_Installer_x64_hu_HU.exe  --silent --accepteula --avr-disable,

but always failed.

 

Can anybody write me a working solution for PDQDeploy free version?

Thank you Guys!

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9 minutes ago, Kieran Barry said:

Hi @pappkarcsi,

Try following the instructions here: https://support.eset.com/kb6820/

Maybe this can help? It doesn't look like its your parameters that are making the installation fail.

Have a look anyway and see if it helps or not!

This is how i've downloaded the exe, and where i from got the --switches, but does not working. I mean it is just running since more then 10 minutes on a laptop with i5 and ssd.

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7 minutes ago, pappkarcsi said:

This is how i've downloaded the exe, and where i from got the --switches, but does not working. I mean it is just running since more then 10 minutes on a laptop with i5 and ssd.

On one of the machines that you are trying to deploy it to, it may be a good idea to check the Event Viewer as this will tell you why it has failed.

If you click Start and search for Event Viewer and opening it, you can connect to another computer by right-clicking on the "Event Viewer (Local)" bit on the left hand side and then entering the machine name in question. Most of the time, I have found that the failure of an install is found within Windows Logs > Application.

See if you can find anything here?

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2 minutes ago, Kieran Barry said:

On one of the machines that you are trying to deploy it to, it may be a good idea to check the Event Viewer as this will tell you why it has failed.

If you click Start and search for Event Viewer and opening it, you can connect to another computer by right-clicking on the "Event Viewer (Local)" bit on the left hand side and then entering the machine name in question. Most of the time, I have found that the failure of an install is found within Windows Logs > Application.

See if you can find anything here?

Here is the PDQ log:

https://pastebin.com/PL0Yd1Jf

maybe there is something problem about the elevation process..

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2 minutes ago, pappkarcsi said:

Here is the PDQ log:

https://pastebin.com/PL0Yd1Jf

maybe there is something problem about the elevation process..

I can see that it says the "Installation success or error status: 1603".

Here is what ESET has on fixing the error status 1603: https://support.eset.com/kb3363/.

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20 minutes ago, Kieran Barry said:

I can see that it says the "Installation success or error status: 1603".

Here is what ESET has on fixing the error status 1603: https://support.eset.com/kb3363/.

I got it now. I left the .msi, used the .exe with this context: "ERA_Installer_x64_hu_HU.exe --silent --accepteula", wo/ the "--avr-disable" and now it perfect.

Thanks mate!

 

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7 minutes ago, pappkarcsi said:

I got it now. I left the .msi, used the .exe with this context: "ERA_Installer_x64_hu_HU.exe --silent --accepteula", wo/ the "--avr-disable" and now it perfect.

Thanks mate!

 

No worries, glad I could help!

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