Hello, We will be happy to help you. You can use only one servicing option per command line. I decided the best, most effective thing was to try was uninstall it from the machine then do a complete re-install , but when I did that I get Setup Failed! To resolve this issue, there are two suggested action users can take: 1. Thanks in advance Regards Anish Need help in these steps: 1. And if using start from cmd. Now we recognized, that this doesn't work anymore.
Dennis Span works as a Senior Citrix Architect for a large insurance company in Vienna, Austria. The problem is that the Command Prompt cmd cannot terminate - it is stuck up there on the screen waiting for Photoshop to terminate. I want a solution that will work on a default Windows. However, for some reason, this command did not work on all packages. It wouldn't surprise me in the slightest that it worked in the past. To launch Photoshop in a bat file and let the batch file continue on and terminate, use the , which starts a specified program or command in a separate window.
Attempting to initialize the provider. Servicing commands that can be used to apply an Unattend. If a reboot is not required, this command does nothing. I'm trying to install Windows6. Attempting to initialize the provider.
I'm not sure why you're getting an invalid parameter error. Attempting to initialize the provider. And even the cmd window appears up. Do prope testing though, as you dont know what the effects it will have, normally when a reboot is pending - some file renaming actions need to take place etc. I would think that once in cmd. Apologies for the time between responses. Restarting the system after receiving this error code results in a successful installation on all systems in testing, so I've flagged this return value to tell the Windows Update Agent that the system needs a reboot if that error code is detected.
This entry was posted in and tagged , by. They also depend on whether the image is offline or a running operating system. Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6. I will say that if you log into a Windows 7 asset and type Wusa. So try this approach: 1. Servicing commands that can be used to check the applicability of Windows Installer application patches. Does that mean it should be? I just don't know what this message is supposed to be telling me, so I don't know if there's any action I need to take post-installation, or if I need to modify the command to make it work better.
At least that is what I assume. Click to participate the survey. Attempting to initialize the provider. Edition-servicing commands for changing the edition of your Windows image. How to successfully install the package downloaded from on my machine? For more information, refer to the help. The archived log file will be saved with.
Is there a another way to activate Windows features in silent mode? In the cases where it did not work I received a strange error. As I said, I am not 100% sure what caused the delay in the process. I am suspecting this could be due to space in user name. But after i reboot and use the get-packages command. Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 includes a new command line utility to enable and disable Windows features. I want to know if someone has implemented this solution with one reboot only rather than 2 reboots.
To run in quiet mode, this option must be set every time that the command-line utility is run. The commands that are available depend on the image being serviced and whether the image is offline or running. Package-servicing commands for adding, removing, and enumerating. The options that are available for servicing an image depend on the servicing technology that is available in your image. You can display additional Help by specifying a command-line option.
I am trying to perform an automatic uninstall of patches on a few test boxes. Click on the Start Button, type in cmd, hold down Shift and Ctrl and hit Enter holding down Shift and Ctrl while hitting enter will start any command you type in as administrator. Piyush, you were real close! Note that there shouldn't be any white space in the path to both Quiet. Unnecessary change that screws the administrator, truly worthy of your brand. It works fine for me and politely lets me know that I don't have any service pack files to remove. Attempting to initialize the provider. Is there a another way to activate Windows features in silent mode? Any idea what I am missing or doing wrong? Attempting to initialize the provider.