[wpkg-users] WPKG client service script error on clean

Vasaris krx at takas.lt
Sat Feb 27 19:43:47 CET 2010

> On 27.02.2010 14:14, Tomasz Chmielewski wrote:
> > No, one folder is enough.
> > If WPKG Client is already installed, wpkg.js will just skip its
> > installation.
> Just as an additional clarification: Make sure WPKG client is assigned to each
> profile - else WPKG will try to remove the WPKG client installation which was
> run manually before.
> The reason is that during manual /install:wpkg operation WPKG writes the "wpkg"
> package to the local wpkg.xml file. If it's not part of the profile later on,
> then WPKG will try to remove this package and execute its uninstall commands.
> However if you do it right and just include "wpkg" in your profiles, then WPKG
> will simply know that this package is already installed and will not re-install
> it on first run via WPKG client.

Heh, now I have a joke. After unsuccessfull first deployment of 1.3.9 client, I have tried 1.3.14 beta (I finaly was able to download it via 3rd provider). It did not worked. Everything was failed here: http://bugzilla.wpkg.org/show_bug.cgi?id=182.

And now, back to the 1.3.9 client, suddenly it works OK. From my POV, I have changed nothing in config. I am happy, but at a loss. I do not know, if other clients will follow this good habit, I will have to check this out.

The only problem I have now, that I cannot disable WSH "Success Audit" entries in the Windows Application Log. It fills everything up. I have cheched everywhere, and it seems, that there is no any /debug /verbose parameters anywhere, and config.xml entries all were set as conservative, as possible. Log file is not generated at all now, only these WSH entries.

I have deployed WPKG client on the other workstation. Depolyment went well, no errors. And it does not have WSH "success audit" entries overfill. Maybe you know whats is the problem here, and in such case may you please give me some hint how to disable this behaviour? :-)

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