(Moved the question to the right community-area)
How did you create the package? Did you create a MST?
I had created MSI and Executable Package but no success. Can you please suggest me how to create MST package for Roxio 10.
I am having similar problem packaing same product - is your failure code failed to download all files needed for the package?
Can someone else answer if this is connected to an issue whereby web shares do not like directoruies called BIN because they pose a security threat?
What version of Roxio 10 are you using? Which switches are you using? I found a few articles stating these switches worked but only these worked:
setup.exe /qn REBOOT=ReallySupress MPI_EULA_ACCEPTED=1 /l*v "%temp%\RoxioCreator_install.log"
setup.exe /qn ADDLOCAL=All RX_EULA_ACCEPTED=1 Reboot=ReallySuppress
My specific problem is within a few minutes of the package starting the status changes to Failed with the result "Failed to download all files required for package" - so I don't believe I am even ready to worry about switches yet!
The SDM Cache looks totally untouched, no evidence of it even trying to download.
I have got a package that works using a UNC share but not a URL. Hence the digging I did focussed on BIN files not being accepted by IIS. ALthough I have followed all the suggested fixes and it has not made a difference.
DO you use UNC or URL to refenece the installation files?
We use URL because we have so many laptops that use our LANDesk Gateway (Cloud Appilance) that we have to use this.
So are the fixes your referring to these: http://community.landesk.com/support/docs/DOC-23016
Also is this machine you are testing local or does it use a Preferred Server?
Is there any way to create MST package for Roxio 10.Please share any reference/post let us know?.
I thought the Roxio package had a 1033.MST included? i.e. - msiexec /i Roxio\RCP_CORE_33\RCPCORE.msi TRANSFORMS="RCP_CORE_33\1033.mst" /passive
Also you can edit it or you can create your own:
You can create MST by using ORCA (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa370557(v=vs.85).aspx). Open your MSI in ORCA and goto Transform -> New Tarnsform. Make your changes. Save your changes.
The machine is local ie on the same LAN as the Core. Also other URL based packages both MSis and Exe all run perfectly fine - it is only Roxio that apparently has the issue.
Strange isn't it. I may upload the source files to be software share again and recreate the package from scratch?
Raised a ticket with proofpoint. They have worked on this ticket by remotely but still facing the issue.