Absent Member.. marco80 Absent Member..
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Problem with Remote command WMI to launch bat

Hi,

 

i have this problem with OO 9.04.

 

I try to launch a bat that install net Framework 4 in silent mode.

 

I use the flow Remote command under Operational-Windows flow.

 

Tha bat contains  the command

 

C:\sw\dotNetFx40_Full_x86_x64.exe /q /norestart

 

In the command option of the flow i use constant and the value    C:\sw\dotnet.bat

 

When OO launch the bat windows create a temporanery folder in C:\ where extract the file and then instead to continue the installation it fails with error

 

"the sderr may have more information ecc ecc " but i do not assign it and it isn't required.

 

 

How can i solve it?There is a special option to launch command or bat?

I tri also to launch the command

C:\sw\dotNetFx40_Full_x86_x64.exe /q /norestart and get the same error

 

 

The things strange is that sometimes it works and now doens't work.

 

I try to rewrite the bat file and change format unicode but don't solve it.

 

Thanks a lot

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Absent Member.. ntt00015 Absent Member..
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Re: Problem with Remote command WMI to launch bat

Hi,

I think the error is not related with OO. It is related with your command because of the silent mode.

Check out the link below:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/mdt/thread/e2208f3a-8a31-4d02-b143-a88fc39dca50/

You might have to change your command like :
dotNetFx40_Full_x86_x64.exe /passive /norestart

I hope it helps.
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