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The DSWeb Console and NS Console require .Net Framework 1.1 to be registered with IIS. A quick way to fix this (or script this for multiple installs) is to run the following command: ...
Blog Entry by CondorMan | 28 Aug 2008 | 0 comments
To silently install .Net Framework 2.0 with SP1, follow these two steps. Download NetFx20SP1_x86.exe from Microsoft Distribute NetFx20SP1_x86.exe via Deployment Server or Software Delivery Solution with the command-line parameters: /q ...
Blog Entry by CondorMan | 25 Aug 2008 | 1 comment
If you need to silently install the .Net Framework 1.1 to multiple computers, you can follow these two simple steps. Download the Microsoft .NET Framework Version 1.1 Redistributable Package (dotnetfx.exe) Crete a Software Delivery Task or ...
Blog Entry by CondorMan | 25 Aug 2008 | 0 comments
There are a few ways to have a batch script wait for a number of seconds. The simplest and most widely available without any additional programs is to use the ping command. The following is is an example... PING! ECHO Waiting 5 ...
Blog Entry by CondorMan | 26 Jun 2008 | 4 comments
OSQL is a flexible command-line utility that allows you to run SQL Queries, Commands, and Stored Procedures from the command-line or through a Batch script. In order to run OSQL, you can either run it on your SQL Server or copy OSQL.EXE ...
Blog Entry by CondorMan | 25 Jun 2008 | 0 comments
Many applications require a database backend. If you wish to install one of these applications using NSIS, you will need a way to run a .SQL file as part of the install. This article will explain how to configure your NSIS script to run a ...
Article by CondorMan | 25 Jun 2008 | 0 comments
Sometimes a Windows Executable, Script, or Command will fail with an error. What does that mean? While there is no enforced set of error code meanings, most executables and all system commands follow a standard definition of error codes. You can ...
Blog Entry by CondorMan | 18 Jun 2008 | 1 comment
Have you ever wanted to start, stop, delete, create, or configure a service in your batch script? The "SC" command will allow you to do this and more. Here are a few examples of how you can use this command: ...
Blog Entry by CondorMan | 18 Jun 2008 | 0 comments
Sometimes a Windows Installer will fail with an error 16xx. What does that mean? You can find out by viewing Microsoft's list of Windows Installer Error Codes and their meanings here . You might want to add that link to your favorites if you ...
Blog Entry by CondorMan | 06 Jun 2008 | 4 comments
In my previous article Using NSIS to Build Application Installers , I explained the benefits of using NSIS to build installers and how to make a basic installer. In this article, I will expound on what you learned in the previous ...
Article by CondorMan | 06 Jun 2008 | 0 comments