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trcandel
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autodesk 2013 deployment setup creates no .msi in acad directory

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02-07-2013 07:50 PM

when i create a network deployment package of autodesk 2013 for gpo deployment, it says that in the 'acad' directory I will see an  .msi file   acad-mypackage.msi  ---  but i do not see this.

 

but i see the  acad-mypackage.msT     !!!  where is this supposed   .msi  ??

 

all i see as  acad.msi     

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david.lau
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Re: autodesk 2013 deployment setup creates no .msi in acad directory

02-11-2013 10:07 AM in reply to: trcandel
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trcandel
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Re: autodesk 2013 deployment setup creates no .msi in acad directory

05-23-2013 01:54 PM in reply to: david.lau

David, I have followed these instructions many times, but the deployment does not make the Windows Installer Packages file called acad-<deployment name>.msi.   in the acad folder !!!  its nowhere to be foound. 

 

All is see is acad.msi   without <deployment name>

 

but it does make the transform file acad-<deployment name>.msi   in the acad folder !!

 

I'm doing everything correctly, its pretty straight forward what to do.

 

 

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