liviuzak

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  1. Hello, First, the WPI is run under a local admin account (administrator...). After the first reboot, I am getting a blue winow of WPI and nothing else on the screen (like it doesn't know where to cuntinue from). I can kill the process (mshta.exe) and the rest is loading properly under the domain admin account. The log shows that everything was OK with the first part and that's all, no end of course. If I restart the WPI from this admin account, it restarts from the beginning, reboots (after the reboot I am still under the domain admin accout because the first part is repeated), and this time it continues with the second part. After finishing the second part, I am getting that error: ================= An error has occured on this script page Line: 457 Char: 2 Error: Object expected Code: 0 URL: file://C:\WPI\Common\Installer.hta Do you want to continue runnung scripts on this page? Yes No ================= No matter what I press, it freezes again and I have to kill the process again. What it is true that I did not test is with a real install with Windows, because it is a lot of time I have to spend, I tried only by launching the WPI by clicking on it. I will make a CD with a short Windows and I will try it like for a live environment. Regards, Liviu
  2. Hello, I don't think this is important. The same config.js works fine without reboot. I needed to add the reboot because I am doing some changes to the registry to allow me to autologon as administrator. After I install what I need I have to change back the registry, login as a regular user and finish. A short version of the config.js will look like this: ================ prog[pn]=['Autologon']; uid[pn]=['Autologon']; dflt[pn]=['yes']; cat[pn]=['System']; forc[pn]=['no']; cmd1[pn]=['C:\\Installs\\AutoLogon.exe']; cmd2[pn]=['%reboot% 10']; pn++; prog[pn]=['PCAnywhere']; uid[pn]=['PCAnywhere']; dflt[pn]=['yes']; cat[pn]=['System']; forc[pn]=['no']; cmd1[pn]=['cmd /C c: && cd C:\\Installs\\MultiSet\\ && multiset.exe C:\\Installs\\MultiSet\\Categories\\Office\\PCAnywhereHost.mst -silent && exit']; pn++; prog[pn]=['Icons']; uid[pn]=['Icons']; dflt[pn]=['yes']; cat[pn]=['System']; forc[pn]=['no']; cmd1[pn]=['C:\\Installs\\Icons.bat']; cmd2[pn]=['%reboot% 2']; pn++; prog[pn]=['Final']; uid[pn]=['Final']; dflt[pn]=['yes']; cat[pn]=['System']; forc[pn]=['no']; cmd1[pn]=['C:\\Installs\\Final.bat']; pn++; =================== As you probable immagine, the autologon.exe makes the changes for the auto administrator login, then I install PCAnywhere, then Icons.bat deletes the registry entries. As I said before, if I am logged in as administrator from the beginning, do what I need, and leave the administrator logged in, everything works fine. Thank you again, Liviu
  3. Hello, I have a similar problem with WPI and reboot. For testing purposes, I choosed a very simple configuration: Config.js: =========== pn=1; prog[pn]=['MS Office 2003 SP2']; uid[pn]=['MS Office 2003 SP2']; dflt[pn]=['yes']; cat[pn]=['System']; forc[pn]=['no']; cmd1[pn]=['cmd']; cmd2[pn]=['%reboot%']; pn++; prog[pn]=['MS Office 2003 SP2']; uid[pn]=['MS Office 2003 SP2']; dflt[pn]=['yes']; cat[pn]=['System']; forc[pn]=['no']; cmd1[pn]=['cmd']; ================= It works well until the end, when instead of finishing and exiting, I am getting the following error: ================= An error has occured on this script page Line: 462 Char: 2 Error: Object expected Code: 0 URL: file://C:\WPI\Common\Installer.hta Do you want to continue runnung scripts on this page? Yes No ================= No matter what I choose the program freezes and I have to use Task Manager to kill the process. Also, no script file is mentioned to look for that line and object that is expected. Can anybody help me? Thank you, Liviu
  4. Hello, I have the same kind of problem: I am trying to install a couple of programs and I need WPI to wait until the previous one finishes completely before going to the next one. I know it is by default waiting, but my installation is made in 2 parts, and WPI considers it done after only the first part finishes. What can I do? Thank you, Liviu
  5. Hello, I am trying to integrate WMP11 using the "Vanila" add-on. By downloading it I've got an archive and after extrating the files I have a lot of files and an empty folder (svcpacl). My question is "What file(s) do I have to drag into the nLite hotfixes to do the integration?" Thank you, L