I've gone through the process of setting up the deployment. During this process I unselected the inventor fusion add-on. Now the problem I'm having when trying to run the deployment package to install autocad is that it's looking for the InventorFusion.msi file. Seeing that I specifically unselected it why would it still be showing up and erroring out my deployment.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Could you modify the deployment to check that is there any some special settings for the Inventor Fusion installation?
On the other side, you could edite the setup.ini file to add "#" in front of the line to check Inventor Fusion installation, then ignore the inventor the installation to check Inventor fusion.
When I tried to go back in and modify the deployment it would error out again because the fusion files were missing.
So i did a bit of other digging and then found that the entire fusion folder is missing from the deployment so I went into my folder that has all the installation files that I created the deployment from and copied over the fusion folder manually (not a good fix). After doing this things seemed to progress better but now it errors out with a 1603. I've attached the 2 log files that are created during install incase those help.
Just a bit of other background info. I actually tried to create the deployment without installing inventor and I still got errors about inventor
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