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30. January 2009 at 13:58 #1753
I made a script to install RDC6.1 silently on our 9150 SE and S90 TC’s. At random, the script does not work, always on the same TC, I think always on a 9150SE. The script works and I can even see the installation progress. But after installation, the RDP is still 5.2, there is no error message. It also occurs when the write filter is disabled. I tried it on WDM 4.7 and 4.5.3. Here is the script:
; copy some files
; Execute file
EX “C:rdc61WindowsXP-KB952155-x86-ENU.exe /passive”
; Reboot Thin client
; Check RDP Version
CV “c:windowssystem32mstsc.exe” “=” “6.0.6001.18000”
; UnLock Thin Client
EL*30. January 2009 at 15:12 #15047
Could it be that RDP is in use while update?
CG2. February 2009 at 7:16 #15056
Thanks for replying, but the RDP was certainly not in use.2. February 2009 at 7:54 #15058
Does the RDP installer give you the option to write a log or do the install verbose?
Anything in the eventlog?
CG2. February 2009 at 9:02 #15059
I added the option /log c:log but it doesn’t create a log. There is no option to create a verbose installation. There is nothing in the eventviewer.
If I ask the TC to reboot after the installation, it extracts the files to a temp folder, but then it reboots, I think without finishing the installation. When I don’t ask the TC to reboot, it seems to complete the installation, but still the RDP version remains 5.2. I could try to “catch”the temp folder (it dissapears after the installation) and try to create an installation from that.2. February 2009 at 9:51 #15061
Good idea. Think about extracting the package as it could be that there isn’t enough space in the temp dir to extract and install everything. And therefore the install just stops before it really has started.
Esiest way would be to start the install on a PC and save the files from the temp dir before exiting the install there.
CG2. February 2009 at 12:33 #15062
It doesn’t help either, at least it gives me an error message: Try 4:EX Does Not Accept:0 Args Line#: 24 Cmd:EX “C:rdc61update.exe /passive.
If I execute the update as an admin on the TC, I works fine, but I have to manually approve the eula, so I need the /passive option (unattended mode, progress bar only)3. February 2009 at 7:06 #15070
I managed to solve the problem. I did indeed manage to copy the temp extracted files, without the $shtdwn$.reg which I guess was responsable for rebooting. Then I created and copied a batch file: cd
Now it is working fine (although the update actually is done twice). Thanks for the advice.3. February 2009 at 12:58 #15074
On another TC, the script failed again, so I added the LP command, which causes the script to pause while the installation continues, instead of rebooting and thus cancelling the installateion.
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