Package returned error code 1

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  • Bouma, Colby

    It sounds like it should work. Would you be willing to share a screenshot of this package?

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  • Matt Vaupotic

    It's work so I can't put up a screenshot (we block such services) and it is a security application so I'd prefer to obfuscate the application itself.  It is a 1 step process, via Push.  I've selected the various options for "Run As".  There are no conditions on the Command step and options have been left as default.  The PDQ version is 7.2.0.0 and I can upgrade if there is a reason to think that this is version-related.

    The single step is a Command with the string below (tested locally and works).  

    c:\ProgramData\FolderName\FolderName\FileName.exe /uninstall=1 /S

    The software publisher does not have an option in the .exe for a verbose log output, or are unaware of one.  

     

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  • Matt Vaupotic

    Okay, I fixed it.  I ultimately found that the offending app was generating a log after all, and on review found that it was logging multiple errors but that they were flagged to ignore.  

    I updated to 10.2.0.0 and selected to "Continue" on the Error Mode field in the packages' options tabs.

    Chalk up another one to messy installers :-)

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  • Prithivi Rajan

    I am trying to installing the Java 8 via PDQ deploy but its failed show error : package returned error code 1

     

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  • Brandon Bunnelle

    Are you using the PDQ Library Package for Java 8?

    Also, can you post your log file output?

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