N/APosted on - 08/21/2012
I have followed Adobe's guideline:
Yet, when I create either an online shell script or online script, I get nothing. When I copy my install command and paste it into my test machine, it works.
I have triple checked my application.xml.override file. I made the appropriate changes to the setup.ini file. When I run the following on the local system, it works just fine.
Start /wait "\ServerPhotoshopElements10Setup.exe" /UL1033 /V"SERIALNUMBER=1111-1111-1111-1111-1111-1111 COUNTRY=244"
Has anyone else encountered this issue?
Is it a problem with UNC paths?
I need your advice.
Nothing seen when I create either online shell script or online script
Maybe the script only works best when it is launched directly from the computer or a workstation and not from a remote machine like through the internet. If the script should be called during the installation, I think it would be best if the script, together with all the rest of its resources are all located on the same machine where the installation is being done.
This way you are sure that no problems will occur. You should check again the texts contained within your script including the punctuation and spacing. This is usually where the error happens; the computer doesn’t understand the command because of a single typographical error.