Msiexec not updating registry on winxp
Traditionally login scripts were used to perform this task, but more recently I have used Policy Maker by Desktop Standard.
When Microsoft bought Desktop Standard and repackaged Policy Maker as “Group Policy Client Side Extensions” (GPCSE) I was keen to deploy and use it.
In addition, it allows you to instantly open the Web link in Microsoft Web site that provides more information about the selected update, uninstall an update, copy the update information to the clipboard, or save it to text/HTML/XML file.
This utility works on Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, and Windows XP.
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Group Policy is great, but sometimes you need to make tweaks to your systems in ways that aren’t covered by existing Group Policy settings.
We will have a verbose log for the install of the Word component, one for Excel, and so on.
To enable verbose logging you will want to set the following registry keys.
On Windows 98/ME, some columns are not displayed, because the related information is not stored in the Registry as in Windows 2000/XP.
On Windows 10/8/7/Vista/2008 - The windows updates information is displayed in the upper pane, but there is no installed files information in the lower pane.
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::"%Z%\updates\office2003\%WINVER%\office2003-kb830000-client-%WINVER%/q /c:\"msiexec /qb /l* c:\netinst\logs\o2003-kb830000/p REBOOT=Really Suppress\"" I assume you meant %WINLANG%, not %WINVER% ?