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Event ID: 11722 Source: MsiInstaller
Product: <product name> -- Error <error code>. There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A program run as part of the setup did not finish as expected. Contact your support personnel or package vendor. Action <operation>, location: <path to file location>, command: <executed command>
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What is the role of MsiInstaller?
Peter Van Gils
- Product: Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2005 - Delete the “C:\Program Files\Microsoft LC 2005” folder and run setup again.
- Action: "RunUninstall", location: "C:\WINNT\$NtServicePackUninstall$\spuninst\spuninst.exe" - This error was caused by insufficient permissions on the $NtServicePackUninstall$ directory.
Error code 1722 - See the general comments for Error code 1722.
- Business Contact Manager for Outlook 2003 - From a newsgroup post: "This is a known MSDE installation error related to a particular section of the disk. In other words, the error message is a bit of a red herring. See ME829699 for information on workarounds and an available hotfix that you can get from calling Microsoft Support"
- CustomMSI (SOAP Toolkit 3.0) - See ME825075
- Java 2 Runtime Environment - no info
- Kurzweil 3000 v.6 - no info
- Microsoft Application Center 2000 - Froma a newsgroup post: "Copied the cd local and ran the inattended install successfully. Anyone else having similar issues, I would recommend the same strategy."
From another newsgrou post: "Make sure the everyone group has read/execute on the \winnt directory structure. Download the complusverify.exe tool (ME299309) and run that utility to verify COM
catalog configuration. Those are the 2 big reasons for this failure."
See also ME320946.
- Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002 - See ME829206.
- Microsoft Commerce Server 2002 Enterprise Edition - See ME826934.
- Office XP Web Services Toolkit 2.0 - See ME825075.
- SFR (Easyshare Digital Camera software from Kodak) - no info
- Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 - From a newsgroup post: "In my case it was my fault. I read the svcpack.log file and saw the problem, in my boot.ini i am specifying a non standard kernel file (hacked for boot splash screen change). I was testing on my pc before deploying to the entire office. After removing the entry kernel=otherkernel.exe in my boot.ini the install worked flawlessly."
Application: Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 - This occurred when applying Win2K SP-4 to machines via group policy. The workstations were rebooted and the policy loaded fine after that. Seems to be intermittant. This error appears to have caused Event ID 108, 303, and 1000, all related to the failure of the application of this policy.
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|Links: Error code 1722, ME299309, ME320946, ME825075, ME826934, ME829206, ME829699.|
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