Client installation from CD question

Guest

Guest
OneWorld 7332 sp 11.1, NT, SQL Server 7.0

A few weeks ago I received instructions on how to create a client
installation package on a CD. The instructions were not quite complete and I
figured out the addition of the INSTALL.INF file on the "ONE WORLD CLIENT
INSTALLATION" folder.

My question, I have almost done testing of installs from CD except for the
failing of the LICENSE CONFIGURATION part. Can someone please explain this
part in the setup and what the INSTALL.INF should look like? I am sure that
they are related.

Thanks,

Crawford Winter
 

gerd_renz3

VIP Member
Crawford,
in the [FileLocations] section of your install.inf on your CD it should say:
CurrentReleaseMasterPath=\\DEPSERVER\B733 (in case of B7332)

Make sure that the WS you are installing has proper access permissions to
the primary Deployment server. Map a drive to \\DEPSERVER\B733 before you
install.

If it still does not work you could send me the install.inf file.

Gerd
[email protected]


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Assunto: Client installation from CD question


OneWorld 7332 sp 11.1, NT, SQL Server 7.0

A few weeks ago I received instructions on how to create a client
installation package on a CD. The instructions were not quite complete and I
figured out the addition of the INSTALL.INF file on the "ONE WORLD CLIENT
INSTALLATION" folder.

My question, I have almost done testing of installs from CD except for the
failing of the LICENSE CONFIGURATION part. Can someone please explain this
part in the setup and what the INSTALL.INF should look like? I am sure that
they are related.

Thanks,

Crawford Winter




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Guest

Guest
Gerd, I had finally figured it out.I was pointing the
CurrentReleaseMasterPath to the CD instead of the deployment server. You
don't have to map the drive local as the \\ (UNC) mapping will connect fine.

Thanks,

Crawford
 
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