I'm not too sure what this means (other than the script failed to run
On 04/12/2007, Tomasz Chmielewski <mangoo@wpkg...> wrote:
> Adam Egan schrieb:
> > Hi,
> > I'm having a few problems getting wpkg to work. I'll first tell you my setup.
> > I'm running Samba on FreeBSD, and the wpkg clients are Windows XP
> > Professional SP2.
> > I have created a \\server\wpkg share, and have installed the 'WPKG
> > Client' onto my XP machines (I have tried both CLI and GUI methods).
> > When I restart my XP machine, there does not appear to be any sign of
> > the WPKG starting (I have ticked 'show interface' for testing purposes
> > also). I added a sample package of putty.exe with the code below:
> > <package
> > id="putty"
> > name="Putty"
> > revision="1"
> > reboot="false"
> > priority="1"
> > execute="always">
> > <check type="file" condition="exists"
> > path="C:\windows\system32\putty.exe" />
> > <install cmd='cmd.exe /C copy /y
> > \\192.168.0.5\software\putty.exe c:\windows\system32\' />
> > </package>
> > this is a member of the 'default' profile.. and I have applied the
> > default profile to all clients like this:
> > <host name="host1" profile-id="default" />
> > <host name=".+" profile-id="default" />
> > The result is that nothing appears to have happened, and indeed,
> > putty.exe is never put into the System32 folder. The username and
> > password for accessing the share are fine (proved with 'test
> > settings'), and I am running WPKG as the 'SYSTEM' account.
> > Any help would be immensely appreciated!
> Check Event Log on that machine to see why it fails.
> And without restarting the machine, in cmd.exe box:
> net stop "WPKG service"
> net start "WPKG service"
> Look in the event log in the meantime for errors.
> Tomasz Chmielewski
> http://wpkg.org >