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IPP 3.2 Client setupipp /s don't work with zfd7

Hello,

i installed s:ippsetupipp with parameter /s in a Zen 7 Nal Object and
force run option,
the application ipp don't run. If i run s:ippsetupipp /s in xp cmd window
then the ipp 3.2 client installed silent.
Any idea !!??
Thanks !

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Michael,

> i installed s:ippsetupipp with parameter /s in a Zen 7 Nal Object and
> force run option,
>


How do you run it? As system, unsecure system or as user?

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Marcel Cox
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Hello,

in zfd 7 as normal User.
But the user is in the local admin group.
What is the best configuration for setupipp, secure user or unsecure ?
Thanks

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If you run the installation as system, then it should be unsecure system.
However if the user has local admin rights, then it is even better to run
the installation as user.

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Hello,

it's run as normal user, but the ippsetup /s don't run.
It's only run in a cmd command for example s:ipp32ippsetup /s.
What command it's necessary to run from zen 7 as an Application Objekt??

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BTW why don't you use nipp.exe for the install?

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