So, if you have more than 5, none of them run?
Maybe try re-arranging them. Might be one of the packages in particular is causing the issue?
Start up Task Manager and watch the processes while your template is running through the software installs. See if it stops a one particular step. Kill the process, see if it continues on.
Maybe try adding some REBOOT steps instead of WAIT steps or maybe add the REBOOT step after the 5th software provisioning step.
Just throwing ideas out there.
If I put more than 5 Distribution Packages to install, it will install 5 and then the rest will be marked as successful even though they were not installed. I will try restarts insead of waits and see if that fixes it. Thanks for your help
I would call into support. I believe there is a patch for that issue, if you are on Version 9.0.
To be honest, the best available action to distribute software is the Execute File action. You can feed it MSI's, EXE's, BAT's, VBS's, etc. The distribute software action has always been problematic. I know they have some patches to address it, but what I like about the Execute File action is that its more of a run from source, therefore it does not have to download to the client. You can, if need be, use copy file action and copy it to the endpoint then run the Execute File action if necessary. With all the different actions that can be done we hardly use BAT fiiles anymore as well.