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Revert bundle back to msi

Hello,
is it possible somhow to get back the original msi file from the bundle? I can think of for example export from db, content-repo, etc. I lost the original msi, which I used for creating bundle, and need to install it on pc without Zenworks. Thanks
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lukral;2456035 wrote:
Hello,
is it possible somhow to get back the original msi file from the bundle? I can think of for example export from db, content-repo, etc. I lost the original msi, which I used for creating bundle, and need to install it on pc without Zenworks. Thanks



Hi Lukral,

I have done in the past to get the msi back.

Install the application on a Workstation through ZCM and look in C:\Program Files\Novell\ZENworks\cache. I think the msi is under a directory with a name that look like the guid of the bundle. You can the recover the msi an install it on another workstation without the ZCM agent.

Good luck

Martin
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lukral;2456035 wrote:
Hello,
is it possible somhow to get back the original msi file from the bundle? I can think of for example export from db, content-repo, etc. I lost the original msi, which I used for creating bundle, and need to install it on pc without Zenworks. Thanks


"zman betf -c" run on the server will export a bundle and all of the content files.
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