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Error when adding a package to an existing GPO! HELP!

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Anonymous
June 2, 2004 11:51:23 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.group_policy (More info?)

All:

For the last couple of days, I have been trying to deploy
a package via a GPO and have been encountering the
following error on the domain controller I'm creating the
package link on:

Event ID: 107
Source: Software Installation

Description:
Software Installation was unable to read the MSI file
\\[server_name]\Packages\Package0051\PRODUCTS\app.msi.
The following error was encountered: SQL query syntax
invalid or unsupported.

I have even tried creating a NEW GPO and attempted to add
the package, but no luck, same error (I also re-created a
new package link from a different server, same error). The
thought of a corrupted package also crossed my mind so I
conducted a restore from 6 months ago, still no luck.
Funny thing is, this package has been in production for
about 3 years now. We have only noticed the issue for
about 1 month when we did not see the application install
on new machine builds.
Can anyone point me to any documentation explaining how to
troubleshoot this issue more efficiently? Any ideas will
be greatly appreciated? (I have also tried searching on
GOOGLE, but there are not a lot of articles pointing to
this issue.)

Thanks again,

J.M.C.
Anonymous
June 3, 2004 6:14:05 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.group_policy (More info?)

The error seems like a package error. Try testing a basic msi in the policy
such as adminpak.msi to determine if that works. If deploying adminpak
works then that would leave me to believe that it is a problem with the
package. Does the package install if you run it manually? That would be
another test to try. There is some additional logging that you can enable
to troubleshoot this error. Take a look at the following articles for more
info

246509 Troubleshooting Program Deployment By Using Verbose Logging
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=246509

223300 How to Enable Windows Installer Logging
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=223300
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"Joe (thrillerIT)" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:1714401c448b1$12ae7190$a401280a@phx.gbl...
> All:
>
> For the last couple of days, I have been trying to deploy
> a package via a GPO and have been encountering the
> following error on the domain controller I'm creating the
> package link on:
>
> Event ID: 107
> Source: Software Installation
>
> Description:
> Software Installation was unable to read the MSI file
> \\[server_name]\Packages\Package0051\PRODUCTS\app.msi.
> The following error was encountered: SQL query syntax
> invalid or unsupported.
>
> I have even tried creating a NEW GPO and attempted to add
> the package, but no luck, same error (I also re-created a
> new package link from a different server, same error). The
> thought of a corrupted package also crossed my mind so I
> conducted a restore from 6 months ago, still no luck.
> Funny thing is, this package has been in production for
> about 3 years now. We have only noticed the issue for
> about 1 month when we did not see the application install
> on new machine builds.
> Can anyone point me to any documentation explaining how to
> troubleshoot this issue more efficiently? Any ideas will
> be greatly appreciated? (I have also tried searching on
> GOOGLE, but there are not a lot of articles pointing to
> this issue.)
>
> Thanks again,
>
> J.M.C.
!