5/12/2015 3:27 PM FOG::SnapinClient Installation returned with code: 1



  • trying to push out a vbscritpt. Fog log shows
    5/12/2015 3:27 PM FOG::SnapinClient Installation returned with code: 1

    any idea what this means?
    my snapin is attached.

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  • Senior Developer

    No payment but I mean requesting the ability to do a :runas override



  • To pay you or to run snapin as local user? Or both?


  • Senior Developer

    Maybe make this a feature request?



  • thanks. I dont mind paying for something if it makes our life easier.
    In fact I am working with my school to see how I can make a payment to FOG, since we cannot make a donation. Hopefully we can do that as soon as next school year.



  • Look into EMCO MSI builder.

    You can make your non-silent installations silent.

    However, If you’re going to pay for it, I recommend the enterprise version. IMHO, the lesser versions aren’t worth having.



  • No domain. I just wish I could get fog to run a snapin as the logged in user. Would solve problems with some of my snapins that need user intervention. Not everything has a silent install.



  • If they are domain-connected clients, you can use powershell.

    Alternatively, figure out how to install your fonts using the way FOG executes snapins.



  • Thanks.
    I think its the problem again with fog doing things as system instead of as a user. I was trying to get my vbscript to install fonts. We have a program called fonts for teachers. If i have fog put a bat file in the windows startup folder, the fonts install fine on next boot. Guess that close but would like them to install strait from the snappin.

    [quote=“Wayne Workman, post: 47233, member: 28155”]returning 0 means no errors.
    returning 1 means errors.

    Check with something else, first. Like a batch file or an MSI. confirm tthe snapin feature is working for you, first.

    If it is, troubleshoot your vb-script.[/quote]



  • returning 0 means no errors.
    returning 1 means errors.

    Check with something else, first. Like a batch file or an MSI. confirm tthe snapin feature is working for you, first.

    If it is, troubleshoot your vb-script.


 

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