I’m new to the toolkit so I may miss something here
I’m trying to install a msi file through the toolkit.
My simple line is:
Execute-MSI -Action Install -Path ‘pacakge.msi’ -Transform ‘package.mst’ -Parameters ‘/QN’
pls ignore the quotes. I tried all quote possibilities so far.
The problem is, that the mst file is completely ignored. I’m sure that the MSI file itself is fine. I can do a working installation through the command line. So that’s fine.
However the log always tells me:
<![LOG[[Installation] :: Executing [C:\Windows\system32\msiexec.exe /i “D:\package\Files\package.msi” REBOOT=ReallySuppress /QB-! /L*v “C:\Windows\Logs\Software\packages.log”]…]LOG]!><time=“09:43:35.451120” date=“07-26-2018” component=“Execute-Process” context=“domain\user” type=“1” thread=“2156” file=“Deploy-Application.ps1”>
Regardless what I’m doing it is never using the mst file. I did some research and found a bug the zero touch installer is ignoring the mst or something like that. Is this still an issue? Does the depend on the OS?
Any help would be great!
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