3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 5, 2008 9:01 AM by 843804 RSS

    Error 1606 when installing JRE 1.6u10 (win32)

    843804
      Hello,

      I have an error "Error 1606 cannot access network location 0." when I try to deploy JRE 1.6u10 on Windows 2000 and Windows XP using a silent installation. I use:

      msiexec.exe /i \\server\share\java.msi /qb! ALLUSERS=1 REBOOT=Suppress

      That was working fine for previous versions (of course \\server\share\java.msi is reachable), I picked "java.msi" and "Data1.cab" from a manual installation (if I try to install manually it works).

      Any idea?

      Regards,
        • 1. Re: Error 1606 when installing JRE 1.6u10 (win32)
          843804
          Hello,

          I have a some problem too. I get this error, when I put in MSI property LIMITUI=1, but I am not shure that it is.
          When I remove LIMITUI, installation go as I need, but our customer write issue, and in log file I see the same error - 1606.

          I haven't any good idea now. Who have???
          • 2. Re: Error 1606 when installing JRE 1.6u10 (win32)
            843804
            We also saw this in 1.6.0.11.

            Open the MSI with ORCA and navigate to the InstallExecuteSequence table.

            For whatever reason, the smart guys at Sun limit there actions to only run with the /QN switch.

            For each of the following entries in the InstallExecuteSequence change UILEVEL=2 in the condition to UILEVEL<5
            SetExists
            - Installed And (DATABASE<>OriginalDatabase) And UILevel<5
            SETMOZ
            - (MOZILLAPLUGIN="0" And REMOVE) Or UILevel<5
            SETNET
            - (NETSCAPEPLUGIN="0" And REMOVE) Or UILevel<5
            PostInstallComplete
            - UILEVEL<5

            Edited by: gmorgan618 on Dec 5, 2008 6:29 AM
            • 3. Re: Error 1606 when installing JRE 1.6u10 (win32)
              843804
              Thanks for your reply, I filled a bug report when 1.6.0.10 was released: http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=6764967