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i am packaging Autodesk Design Review + trueview 2013 application and i downloaded the source file from the following link .http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/pc/item?siteID=123112&id=18734494

05/23/2013 4805 views

then ,i installed the AutodeskDesignReviewSetup.exe , then i found 2msi files in that. One is named as setupdesignreview2012.msi and the other one is DWGViewr.Msi. here setupdesignreview2012.msi is installing and uninstalling properly but when i am installing DWGViewr.Msi i am getting the following errors

ERRORS:

1.can’t find END USER LICENCE AGREEMENT

1.      dwg true view 2012 setup was interrupted before your new software was fully installed .you can return this installtion at another time to complete the setup of this software.

how can i resolve this issue  and pls tell me how to combine this 2 msi’s . 

pls can some one help me out

Thanks in advance

 

 

 

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THis is a Launch condition or a CA. You can create a mst to remove the Launch condition or the Custom Action, or check the condition and change it to pass over.

Answered 05/23/2013 by: terebent
Second Degree Brown Belt

  • If you post a log file, I can take a look over it and maybe I can find where is the problem.
  • first we supposed to validate d package after that only we can create mst , is the right way to create an mst before validating
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pls can some one tell how to join this two msi's

Answered 05/24/2013 by: sridhark
Orange Senior Belt

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