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JoinDomain DomainAdmin DomainAdminDomain DomainAdminPassword 0 Ghost Chili OP Jeremy_B Mar 11, 2014 at 6:14 UTC Dannie wrote: Bootstrap.ini is strictly to map the Deployment Share and yes UserID, They both failed to install. On the MDT server, the error says Application Apple Quicktime returned an unexpected return code: 1639, Application Zix Secure Email returned an unexpected return code: 1639. Copy and paste this code into a .txt file then save then rename.txt to .bat @Echo Off "%~dp0Firefox Setup 40.0.exe" /INI="%~dp0Firefox.ini" See pic. 2. http://0pacity.com/return-code/cpic-return-code-017-sap-return-code-731.html

JoinDomain DomainAdmin DomainAdminDomain DomainAdminPasswordThe original prompt to connect to the Deployment share. It only asks for an account, the password, and the domain. Have a custom task sequence that only installs the firefox app. Try logging in as the local admin on that PC and connect to the deployment share and run the litetouch script.

Unexpected Return Code 1 Mdt

I get this error print: TextFAILURE (Err): 429: CreateObject(Microsoft.BDD.Utility) - ActiveX component can't create object My INI file looks like this:Text[Install] QuickLaunchShortcut=false DesktopShortcut=true StartMenuShortcuts=false  I got the INI lines from https://wiki.mozilla.org/Installer:Command_Line_Arguments And Also remember to complete update your deployment share from scratch as you said AND go into WDS, delete the old Litetouch images, and add the newly created images. Silent install (always installs into the default location.

And as far as I'm aware, you can't install the 64-bit SEP client on a 32-bit OS, or the 32-bit SEP client on a 64-bit OS. During the deployment process, 1 errors and 0 warnings were reported. Try this: 1. Mdt Unexpected Return Code 2 The customsettings.ini uses its setting to add the machine to the domain during the reimaging process.

With all of this, I have tested the deployment by running the following commands: net use \\\deploymentshare$ user: cscript \\\deploymentshare$\Scripts\LiteTouch.WSF The LiteTouch UI opens up and I have successfully deployed the Mdt Application Install Error Code 1 I have marked that the pc have too reboot after each installation of application. Take a look at something like: http://www.mockbox.net/configmgr-sccm/173-install-quicktime-769-silently-with-sccmNot sure if that is the latest QT, but you get the idea.Got it. https://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/mdt-reports-return-code-1-symantec-endpoint-protection-x86-install Do you have a solution?

If a zero is returned 0 then the application has installed just fine. Mdt Error Codes if (iRetVal = 0) or (iRetVal = 3010) then ZTIProcess = Success Else ZTIProcess = Failure End If The Logging Class in this line creates the log entry stating the return value I have created a new application in MDT, using both the 'Application with Source Files' selection and the 'Application without Source Files or elsewhere over the network' option. 2. I've tried using both a local admin and network admin account to sign on and run the script, but still get the 429 error.

Mdt Application Install Error Code 1

I forgot to mention in my last article that I uploaded the template in the Script Repository here so help yourselves. https://scriptimus.wordpress.com/2011/07/12/mdt-scripting-installing-an-application/ The fact is I intend to cover many aspects of Windows Deployment over the next 12 months. Unexpected Return Code 1 Mdt Try something like msiexec /i Installer.msi /qn /norestartThere is a specific order Apple Products need to be installed in. Mdt Return Codes If you found any posts helpful, feel free to mark them helpful or as the answer as well. 0 Serrano OP Professor_Frink_IT Mar 12, 2014 at 9:54 UTC

Copy and paste this code into a .txt file then save then rename.txt to .bat @Echo Off "%~dp0Firefox Setup 40.0.exe" /INI="%~dp0Firefox.ini" See pic. 2. check my blog Can you provide more details on the command lines, working directories, etc.?-Michael Niehaus Senior Software Development Engineer [email protected] http://blogs.technet.com/mniehaus Back to top Back to Deploying Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 I'd like to see if I can find a script which avoids this entirely. Related About Andrew Barnes A Scripting and Deployment Specialist. Mdt Return Code 1

Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. Note that you should do a complete "Update Deployment Share" after editing the .ini Also if you've been testing on the same machine sometimes the old bootstrap.ini sticks around, I was Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums Resources for IT Professionals   Sign in United States (English) Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France (Français)Indonesia (Bahasa)Italia (Italiano)România (Română)Türkiye (Türkçe)Россия (Русский)ישראל (עברית)المملكة العربية السعودية (العربية)ไทย http://0pacity.com/return-code/vsam-catalog-return-code-is-8-reason-code-is-igg0cleg-42.html iRetVal = oShell.Run("""" & sFile & """ /sAll /rs /msi EULA_ACCEPT=YES", 0, True) This section will set the ZTIProcess variable to the value returned by the application installation.

Also, we use the LogTypeError switch at the end of the logging class line. Application Returned An Unexpected Return Code 1619 I have saved the script as ZTI-Install-.wsf under DeploymentSHare\Scripts folder but how will i use path to teh exe under the application folder, is there is an FSO which can be template.

Everything works like a charm, office does the silent install thanks too the .msp file.

regards Michael Fonteyn LikeLike Reply Andrew Barnes says: March 21, 2013 at 6:52 pm Not in a Zero Touch OSD scenario. Edit: I found a comment that said the domain isn't supposed to be the FQDN, but what Set U shows from a command prompt.  Maybe that's the catch. 0 More info on Firefox silent install. Mdt Unable To Set Working Directory The command line I used for both applications are msiexec.exe NameOfApplication.msi /quiet /norestart /qn You get that Windows Installer package window when you specify an invalid switch or your command is incorrect.

Make a .bat file for Firefox. You will see a black CMD window appear as well but at least it works. Can I automate this by just editing the bootstrap.ini file with the following entries? have a peek at these guys The computer is now ready to use.

The errors that appeared in the final summary were in the following order: The network path was not found The network path was not found The network path was not found I have this same error message whether deploying a 32 or 64 bit SEP on a 32 or 64 bit Win 7 image. LikeLike Andrew Barnes says: February 21, 2014 at 12:15 am It sounds like your command line for your install is wrong. When I end the process, the Installation Progress continues, and the Deployment Summary says Application Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0 returned an unexpected return code: 1.

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With this, I copied all these files (.cmd, .cfg, .js, .css, the setup.exe, etc.) all to the working directory and out the command to direct to the .CMD file. LikeLike Reply Andrew Barnes says: January 7, 2014 at 11:35 pm Its done already for you. I am not sure if a set it corectly with ; (semicolon). I was prompted to provide credentials to connect to the deployment share.

I’ve also uploaded todays script here. I have also tried a resource I found that uses a .cmd file which pulls from a .ini for custom settings, a .js, .css, .cfg, etc. I began by adding a new application with source files in MDT and am using the command line: dotNetFx40_Client_x86_x64.exe /q /norestart. EDIT: Almost forgot, add your new Litetouch.wim's to WDSDo you mean the Bootstrap file?

General scripts should be stored in the deployment share with the prefix ZTI so the replication will pick it up. Privacy statement  © 2017 Microsoft. Note that you should do a complete "Update Deployment Share" after editing the .ini Also if you've been testing on the same machine sometimes the old bootstrap.ini sticks around, I was The success/failure results are stored in the iRetVal variable.

by Professor_Frink_IT on Mar 10, 2014 at 6:16 UTC | Software Deployment & Patching 4 Next: SCCM 2012 R2 Endpoint Protection Updates Join the Community! Any thoughts? 0 Datil OP Jago Wu Dec 7, 2015 at 2:26 UTC In the command line for the application if you use just  Firefox.bat (the bat file Register now! Is there any way to change this?