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Problem deploying exe through vbscript in Zenworks

Problem deploying exe through vbscript in Zenworks

Problem deploying exe through vbscript in Zenworks

hi all

I have a vbscript that uses the silent.xml and .exe file to do a silent installation of Weblogic 9.1. When I run my vbscript on a test machine it gives a dialog box asking permission to run the .exe file, and after i click Run, It installs fine.

But when I upload the files on Zenworks and try to do a install through vbscript, It doesnt run the.exe file and doesnt give the permission dialog box either. Wscript.exe process still runs in the task manager though. Any idea ?

Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks

RE: Problem deploying exe through vbscript in Zenworks

zen version?

Brent Schmidt                    Senior Network Engineer
Keep IT Simple http://www.kiscc.com  
Novell Platinum Partner          Microsoft Gold Partner
VMWare Enterprise Partner    Citrix Gold Partner

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