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  1. Hi Everyone, Anyone know how to get a customed logmein.msi file to install correctly using a group policy deployment? The logmein MSI file I've created runs fine on multiple machines and doesn't show any errors when run manually by double clicking the MSI in windows explorer. The machines show up in the logmein website fine. Whenever the MSI tries to install via a Group Policy object it fails and the only information I can find in the event log is an entry saying: "The assignment of application LogMeIn from policy SW LogMeIn failed. The error was : Fatal error during installation. " After turning on logging for MSI I get the following information: === Verbose logging started: 24/07/2008 15:31:13 Build type: SHIP UNICODE 3.01.4000.4042 Calling process: \??\C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe === MSI © (78:38) [15:31:13:061]: User policy value 'DisableRollback' is 0 MSI © (78:38) [15:31:13:061]: Machine policy value 'DisableRollback' is 0 1: 2905 2: C:\WINDOWS\system32\appmgmt\MACHINE\{de320eb6-dcc9-4868-a418-1c5f027a6a9c}.aas MSI © (78:38) [15:31:13:093]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\Rollback\Scripts 3: 2 MSI © (78:38) [15:31:13:093]: DoAdvertiseScript is returning: 1603 === Verbose logging stopped: 24/07/2008 15:31:13 === I'm thinking the issue is related to the fact that the install is running under the SYSTEM account and that theres maybe a limited windows profile loaded etc. Can someone help me fix it please? Much appreciated, Joe
  2. I'm not sure which is the lesser evil, an assembly code hack, or re-compiling drivers.cab......
  3. Thanks for the replies so far people. Would anyone know how write an assembly code hack that could be used to disable / spoof the windows code that calculates the ranking of a driver file? For example opening a dll or exe in a hex editor and modifying a few bits then saving the updated file to the windows setup folder (i386).
  4. G'day, Does anyone know a way to force Windows XP to use an unsigned driver file even if a signed one exists in drivers.cab? The situation is: - The Windows XP drivers.cab file includes a driver file E100b325.sys for an intel nic. Version - I have an updated signed intel driver that installs fine when its path is included in OemPnPDriversPath etc. Its version is - I would like to modify the inf file that ships with this updated driver to force the Wake on Lan Settings of the card. Once I modify the inf file I can install the driver successfully using the GUI, but if I try to get the driver to install via unattend.txt, Windows uses the one from drivers.cab instead. Please let me know if you would like more information, Much appreciated.

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