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Error during deployment

Hi,

I am having a problem installing an msi for a web site. The error
message I am getting is:

"The specified path 'http://mipdev05/features/Fas2' is unavailable.
The Internet Information Server might not be running or the path
exists and is redirected to another machine. Please check the status
of this virtual directory in the Internet Services Manager."

The same problem appears in the following (recent) thread:
http://groups.google.com.au/groups?h...ngxa06.phx.gbl

It seems to be referenced a lot in the newsgroups, but no-one seems to
give an adequate solution.

I have created a log for the installer, as per the above article. This
is below. It was working fine, and there are three possible actions I
took that may be related to why it no longer works. First, I ran the
policy tool, Second, I did a net stop "World Wide Web Publishing
Service" (but I have since restarted the computer, to no avail) and
Third, I installed some of my dlls in the GAC. Maybe these actions
have nothing to do with it, I don't know.

I have looked at the log, and have noticed a lot of references to
C:\... (initial line: MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key: TARGETDIR ,
Object: C:\)
It appears that it is looking for files in the root folder, instead of
their correct location in C:\inetpub\wwwr oot\...

Any ideas how I might fix this?

Thanks,
Tony

=== Verbose logging started: 06/10/2003 17:07:38 Build type: SHIP
UNICODE 2.00.2600.02 Calling process: C:\WINNT\system 32\msiexec.exe
===
MSI (c) (18:F4): Resetting cached policy values
MSI (c) (18:F4): Machine policy value 'Debug' is 0
MSI (c) (18:F4): ******* RunEngine:
******* Product: MotorDirectory Installer.msi
******* Action:
******* CommandLine: **********
MSI (c) (18:F4): Machine policy value 'DisableUserIns talls' is 0
MSI (c) (18:F4): Cloaking enabled.
MSI (c) (18:F4): End dialog not enabled
MSI (c) (18:F4): Original package ==>
C:\dev\developm ent\Code\MotorD irectory\MotorD irectory
Installer\Debug \MotorDirectory Installer.msi
MSI (c) (18:F4): Package we're running from ==>
C:\DOCUME~1\twr ight\LOCALS~1\T emp\6ef3cf.msi
MSI (c) (18:F4): APPCOMPAT: looking for appcompat database entry with
ProductCode '{70C88074-A498-4C21-9503-4FBCE69CFBF5}'.
MSI (c) (18:F4): APPCOMPAT: no matching ProductCode found in database.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Machine policy value 'TransformsSecu re' is 0
MSI (c) (18:F4): User policy value 'TransformsAtSo urce' is 0
MSI (c) (18:F4): APPCOMPAT: looking for appcompat database entry with
ProductCode '{70C88074-A498-4C21-9503-4FBCE69CFBF5}'.
MSI (c) (18:F4): APPCOMPAT: no matching ProductCode found in database.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Transforms are not secure.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Command Line:
CURRENTDIRECTOR Y=C:\dev\develo pment\Code\Moto rDirectory\Moto rDirectory
Installer\Debug CLIENTUILEVEL=0 CLIENTPROCESSID =2584 %HOMEPATH=\
%HOMEDRIVE=H: %HOMESHARE=\\mi pfp\twright$
MSI (c) (18:F4): Product Code passed to Engine.Initiali ze:
''
MSI (c) (18:F4): Product Code from property table before transforms:
'{70C88074-A498-4C21-9503-4FBCE69CFBF5}'
MSI (c) (18:F4): Product Code from property table after transforms:
'{70C88074-A498-4C21-9503-4FBCE69CFBF5}'
MSI (c) (18:F4): Product not registered: beginning first-time install
MSI (c) (18:F4): Entering CMsiConfigurati onManager::SetL astUsedSource.
MSI (c) (18:F4): User policy value 'SearchOrder' is 'nmu'
MSI (c) (18:F4): Adding new sources is allowed.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Package name extracted from package path:
'MotorDirectory Installer.msi'
MSI (c) (18:F4): Package to be registered: 'MotorDirectory
Installer.msi'
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2729
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: AdminProperties 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Machine policy value 'DisableMsi' is 0
MSI (c) (18:F4): Machine policy value 'AlwaysInstallE levated' is 0
MSI (c) (18:F4): User policy value 'AlwaysInstallE levated' is 0
MSI (c) (18:F4): Product installation will be elevated because user is
admin and product is being installed per-machine.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Running product
'{70C88074-A498-4C21-9503-4FBCE69CFBF5}' with elevated privileges:
Product is assigned.
MSI (c) (18:F4): TRANSFORMS property is now:
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\Application Data
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\Favorites
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\NetHood
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\My Documents
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\PrintHood
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\Recent
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\SendTo
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\Templates
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\All Users\Applicati on Data
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\Local Settings\Applic ation Data
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\My Documents\My Pictures
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\A dministrative Tools
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\S tartup
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\All Users\Start Menu
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\All Users\Desktop
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\Start Menu\Programs\A dministrative Tools
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\Start Menu\Programs\S tartup
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\Start Menu\Programs
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\Start Menu
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\twrigh t\Desktop
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\Documents and
Settings\All Users\Templates
MSI (c) (18:F4): SHELL32::SHGetF olderPath returned: C:\WINNT\Fonts
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2898 2: MS Sans Serif 3: MS Sans Serif 4: 0
5: 16
MSI (c) (18:F4): MSCOREE not loaded loading copy from system32
=== Logging started: 06/10/2003 17:07:38 ===
MSI (c) (18:F4): Machine policy value 'DisableRollbac k' is 0
MSI (c) (18:F4): User policy value 'DisableRollbac k' is 0
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: INSTALL
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: ActionText 3: -2147287038
Action start 17:07:38: INSTALL.
MSI (c) (18:F4): UI Sequence table 'InstallUISeque nce' is present and
populated.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Running UISequence
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: DIRCA_CheckFX
Action start 17:07:38: DIRCA_CheckFX.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Creating MSIHANDLE (1) of type 790542 for thread 2548
Action ended 17:07:38: DIRCA_CheckFX. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Skipping action: ERRCA_UIANDADVE RTISED (condition is
false)
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: AppSearch
Action start 17:07:38: AppSearch.
Action 17:07:38: AppSearch. Searching for installed applications
AppSearch: Property: IISVERSION, Signature:
__22E9125679604 6A5A6A96B8FDD87 BF6F
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: Signature 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: CompLocator 3: -2147287038
Action ended 17:07:38: AppSearch. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: FindRelatedProd ucts
Action start 17:07:38: FindRelatedProd ucts.
Action ended 17:07:38: FindRelatedProd ucts. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: VSDCA_VsdLaunch Conditions
Action start 17:07:38: VSDCA_VsdLaunch Conditions.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Creating MSIHANDLE (7) of type 790542 for thread 2548
Action ended 17:07:38: VSDCA_VsdLaunch Conditions. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: LaunchCondition s
Action start 17:07:38: LaunchCondition s.
Action ended 17:07:38: LaunchCondition s. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: CCPSearch
Action start 17:07:38: CCPSearch.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: CCPSearch 3: -2147287038
Action ended 17:07:38: CCPSearch. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: RMCCPSearch
Action start 17:07:38: RMCCPSearch.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: CCPSearch 3: -2147287038
Action ended 17:07:38: RMCCPSearch. Return value 0.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: ValidateProduct ID
Action start 17:07:38: ValidateProduct ID.
Action ended 17:07:38: ValidateProduct ID. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: WEBCA_TARGETVDI R
Action start 17:07:38: WEBCA_TARGETVDI R.
Action ended 17:07:38: WEBCA_TARGETVDI R. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: WEBCA_TARGETPOR T
Action start 17:07:38: WEBCA_TARGETPOR T.
Action ended 17:07:38: WEBCA_TARGETPOR T. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: WEBCA_CreateURL s
Action start 17:07:38: WEBCA_CreateURL s.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Creating MSIHANDLE (11) of type 790542 for thread
2548
Action ended 17:07:38: WEBCA_CreateURL s. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: WEBCA_EvaluateU RLsNoFail
Action start 17:07:38: WEBCA_EvaluateU RLsNoFail.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Creating MSIHANDLE (15) of type 790542 for thread
2548
Action ended 17:07:38: WEBCA_EvaluateU RLsNoFail. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: CostInitialize
Action start 17:07:38: CostInitialize.
Action ended 17:07:38: CostInitialize. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: FileCost
Action start 17:07:38: FileCost.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: RemoveFile 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: Registry 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: Class 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: Extension 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: TypeLib 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: IniFile 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: MoveFile 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: DuplicateFile 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: ReserveCost 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: Shortcut 3: -2147287038
Action ended 17:07:38: FileCost. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: IsolateComponen ts
Action start 17:07:38: IsolateComponen ts.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: IsolatedCompone nt 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: BindImage 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: Patch 3: -2147287038
Action ended 17:07:38: IsolateComponen ts. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Skipping action: ResumeForm (condition is false)
MSI (c) (18:F4): Skipping action: MaintenanceForm (condition is false)
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: CostFinalize
Action start 17:07:38: CostFinalize.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: Patch 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: Condition 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Target path resolution complete. Dumping Directory
table...
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: target paths subject to change (via custom
actions or browsing)
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key: TARGETDIR , Object: C:\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_F3232FB127044E FFA852801D50D7B 87E , Object: C:\bin\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_E1974AEA87E745 3E8E30C6F1BA692 B4F , Object: C:\bin\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_9A814BBE184740 7C9DF34AC2FDF8E 30B , Object: C:\FasAdministr ation\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_A4E7E2A083044B 5CB4C734D030EE0 19C , Object:
C:\FasAdministr ation\Styleshee ts\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_53BCAA060E4646 5784F24C4A480FC 935 , Object:
C:\FasAdministr ation\UserContr ols\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_A7754C25620440 20A862481AE1FE8 E8D , Object:
C:\FasAdministr ation\Images\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_C1F5EF24588C40 5696D8B76B922CE 854 , Object: C:\Skins\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_E43F1CB185AA49 CFA0B4F5F4165C6 7BC , Object: C:\UserControls \
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_8885ADBF94D84F 1E9585319690AFA 0E7 , Object: C:\UserControls \images\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_12FC29F5451949 338BA91BE06E357 023 , Object:
C:\UserControls \images\sidenav \
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_00D84AD7F34E49 9196BEE3161FE5F 5B7 , Object:
C:\UserControls \images\curve\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_2E9CFC0793C54F F3B57F922C6C38F C68 , Object:
C:\UserControls \images\arrow\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_6F0FFCE138ED42 5789C461541DC2D A93 , Object:
C:\UserControls \images\interfa ce\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_D38AD5840CA148 77960203D9A08A5 DEE , Object:
C:\UserControls \images\glass\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_8A368405458341 BCA8D071D160DDE 5AD , Object:
C:\UserControls \images\square\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Dir (target): Key:
_B8587994E2A040 EAB702022B07521 098 , Object: C:\bin\
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: RemoveFile 3: -2147287038
Action ended 17:07:38: CostFinalize. Return value 1.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: WelcomeForm
Action start 17:07:38: WelcomeForm.
Info 2898. VSI_MS_Sans_Ser if13.0_0_0, MS Sans Serif, 0
DEBUG: Error 2826: Control Line1 on dialog WelcomeForm extends beyond
the boundaries of the dialog to the right by 3 pixels
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this
package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code
is 2826. The arguments are: WelcomeForm, Line1, to the right
DEBUG: Error 2826: Control Line2 on dialog WelcomeForm extends beyond
the boundaries of the dialog to the right by 3 pixels
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this
package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code
is 2826. The arguments are: WelcomeForm, Line2, to the right
DEBUG: Error 2826: Control BannerBmp on dialog WelcomeForm extends
beyond the boundaries of the dialog to the right by 3 pixels
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this
package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code
is 2826. The arguments are: WelcomeForm, BannerBmp, to the right
Info 2898. VsdDefaultUIFon t.524F4245_5254 _5341_4C45_5341 53783400, MS
Sans Serif, 0
Info 2898. VSI_MS_Sans_Ser if16.0_1_0, MS Sans Serif, 0
Action 17:07:38: WelcomeForm. Dialog created
DEBUG: Error 2826: Control BannerBmp on dialog WebFolderForm extends
beyond the boundaries of the dialog to the right by 3 pixels
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this
package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code
is 2826. The arguments are: WebFolderForm, BannerBmp, to the right
DEBUG: Error 2826: Control Control95 on dialog WebFolderForm extends
beyond the boundaries of the dialog to the right by 3 pixels
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this
package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code
is 2826. The arguments are: WebFolderForm, Control95, to the right
DEBUG: Error 2826: Control Control94 on dialog WebFolderForm extends
beyond the boundaries of the dialog to the right by 3 pixels
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this
package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code
is 2826. The arguments are: WebFolderForm, Control94, to the right
Action 17:07:40: WebFolderForm. Dialog created
Action start 17:07:43: WEBCA_CreateURL s.
Action ended 17:07:43: WEBCA_CreateURL s. Return value 1.
Action start 17:07:43: WEBCA_EvaluateU RLsMB.
Action ended 17:07:44: WEBCA_EvaluateU RLsMB. Return value 3.
DEBUG: Error 2896: Executing action WEBCA_EvaluateU RLsMB failed.
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this
package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code
is 2896. The arguments are: WEBCA_EvaluateU RLsMB, ,
Action ended 17:07:44: WelcomeForm. Return value 3.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Doing action: FatalErrorForm
Action start 17:07:44: FatalErrorForm.
DEBUG: Error 2826: Control Line1 on dialog FatalErrorForm extends
beyond the boundaries of the dialog to the right by 3 pixels
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this
package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code
is 2826. The arguments are: FatalErrorForm, Line1, to the right
DEBUG: Error 2826: Control Line2 on dialog FatalErrorForm extends
beyond the boundaries of the dialog to the right by 3 pixels
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this
package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code
is 2826. The arguments are: FatalErrorForm, Line2, to the right
DEBUG: Error 2826: Control BannerBmp on dialog FatalErrorForm extends
beyond the boundaries of the dialog to the right by 3 pixels
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this
package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code
is 2826. The arguments are: FatalErrorForm, BannerBmp, to the right
Action 17:07:44: FatalErrorForm. Dialog created
Action ended 17:07:46: FatalErrorForm. Return value 1.
Action ended 17:07:46: INSTALL. Return value 3.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Destroying RemoteAPI object.
Property(C): UpgradeCode = {00B0DDB0-E142-4745-AB86-5F200845D405}
Property(C): TARGETDIR = C:\
Property(C): _B8587994E2A040 EAB702022B07521 098 = C:\bin\
Property(C): SourceDir =
C:\dev\developm ent\Code\MotorD irectory\MotorD irectory Installer\Debug \
Property(C): TARGETVDIR = features/Fas2
Property(C): TARGETPORT = 80
Property(C): TARGETURL = http://mipdev05/features/Fas2
Property(C): VSDFXAvailable = TRUE
Property(C): VSDSupportedRun times = 1.1.4322
Property(C): IISVERSION = #5
Property(C): ProductName = MotorDirectory Installer
Property(C): ProductCode = {70C88074-A498-4C21-9503-4FBCE69CFBF5}
Property(C): ProductVersion = 1.0.0
Property(C): Manufacturer = MNA
Property(C): ARPCONTACT = MNA
Property(C): ProductLanguage = 1033
Property(C): ALLUSERS = 1
Property(C): SecureCustomPro perties = NEWERPRODUCTFOU ND
Property(C): RedirectedDllSu pport = 1
Property(C): VersionNT = 500
Property(C): VSDNETURLMSG = This setup requires the .NET Framework
version 1.1.4322. Please install the .NET Framework and run this
setup again. The .NET Framework can be obtained from the web. Would
you like to do this now?
Property(C): VSDIISMSG = This setup requires Internet Information
Server 4.0 or higher and Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, or Windows XP.
This setup cannot be installed on Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows
Me. Please install Internet Information Server and run this setup
again.
Property(C): VSDUIANDADVERTI SED = This advertised application will not
be installed because it might be unsafe. Contact your administrator to
change the installation user interface option of the package to basic.
Property(C): VSDNETMSG = This setup requires the .NET Framework
version 1.1.4322. Please install the .NET Framework and run this
setup again.
Property(C): VSDINVALIDURLMS G = The specified path '[2]' is
unavailable. The Internet Information Server might not be running or
the path exists and is redirected to another machine. Please check the
status of this virtual directory in the Internet Services Manager.
Property(C): VSDVERSIONMSG = Unable to install because a newer version
of this product is already installed.
Property(C): ErrorDialog = ErrorDialog
Property(C): SFF_UpFldrBtn = UpFldrBtn
Property(C): SFF_NewFldrBtn = NewFldrBtn
Property(C): AdminMaintenanc eForm_Action = Repair
Property(C): MaintenanceForm _Action = Repair
Property(C): DefaultUIFont =
VsdDefaultUIFon t.524F4245_5254 _5341_4C45_5341 53783400
Property(C): AdminWelcomeFor m_NextArgs = AdminWebFolderF orm
Property(C): AdminWebFolderF orm_PrevArgs = AdminWelcomeFor m
Property(C): AdminWebFolderF orm_NextArgs = AdminConfirmIns tallForm
Property(C): AdminConfirmIns tallForm_PrevAr gs = AdminWebFolderF orm
Property(C): WelcomeForm_Nex tArgs = WebFolderForm
Property(C): WebFolderForm_P revArgs = WelcomeForm
Property(C): WebFolderForm_N extArgs = ConfirmInstallF orm
Property(C): ConfirmInstallF orm_PrevArgs = WebFolderForm
Property(C): _E43F1CB185AA49 CFA0B4F5F4165C6 7BC = C:\UserControls \
Property(C): _8885ADBF94D84F 1E9585319690AFA 0E7 =
C:\UserControls \images\
Property(C): _8A368405458341 BCA8D071D160DDE 5AD =
C:\UserControls \images\square\
Property(C): _D38AD5840CA148 77960203D9A08A5 DEE =
C:\UserControls \images\glass\
Property(C): _6F0FFCE138ED42 5789C461541DC2D A93 =
C:\UserControls \images\interfa ce\
Property(C): _2E9CFC0793C54F F3B57F922C6C38F C68 =
C:\UserControls \images\arrow\
Property(C): _00D84AD7F34E49 9196BEE3161FE5F 5B7 =
C:\UserControls \images\curve\
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C:\FasAdministr ation\Styleshee ts\
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C:\dev\developm ent\Code\MotorD irectory\MotorD irectory Installer\Debug
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Property(C): CLIENTPROCESSID = 2584
Property(C): VersionDatabase = 200
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Property(C): MsiNTProductTyp e = 3
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Property(C): AppDataFolder = C:\Documents and
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Property(C): FavoritesFolder = C:\Documents and
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Property(C): NetHoodFolder = C:\Documents and
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=== Logging stopped: 06/10/2003 17:07:46 ===
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 1708
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Note: 1: 2262 2: Error 3: -2147287038
MSI (c) (18:F4): Product: MotorDirectory Installer -- Installation
failed.

MSI (c) (18:F4): Grabbed execution mutex.
MSI (c) (18:F4): Cleaning up uninstalled install packages, if any
exist
MSI (c) (18:F4): MainEngineThrea d is returning 1603
=== Verbose logging stopped: 06/10/2003 17:07:46 ===
Jul 21 '05 #1
5 16239
One thing I've just noticed: I added a web folder to my installer so
that I can add some files in the wwwroot/bin path. When I ran the
installer, it appears to have replaced the root folder application
name, which implies that my root folder has changed because of this
install (when that was not my intention). So if security has been
clobbered, how do I set it so that my installer can see the iis site?
Jul 21 '05 #2
Something new, which I think is related. I was just trying to install
a new website within an existing project, and it has come up with the
following message:

"The web was created successfully, but an error occurred when trying
to configure the application root for this Web. Web projects may not
operate correctly without an application root. The returned error was
: Active Directory Services can not find the web server. A possible
cause of this is an incompatibility between versions of Internet
Information Server (IIS) on the client and the server. The usual cause
for this error is creating Web projects on a Windows 2000 or newer
server from a Windows NT 4.0 client. You can manually configure the
application root using Internet Server Manager."

Now, both the server and the client are on the same windows 2000
machine, so I'm thinking that the reference to the iis root in active
directory has been clobbered. I for this error message and see what I
come up with.
Jul 21 '05 #3
Ok, I think I've figured it out - well, at least on my machine it is
now back to working (being able to create a web site from within .net
project).

Basically, when you install a website using the installer, it puts the
files in place, but when you remove the website, it seems to
deregister components that it actually needs to communicate with IIS
via Active Directory Services.

To fix this, I installed another app I had lying around that is a
actually a windows app. This appears to have repaired everything!
(Talk about bizarre)

Note that the following did not work:
(1) reinstalling .netframework
(2) repairing the .netframework
(3) resinstalling iis
(4) repairing the iis mapping after removing and reinstalling iis

The moral of the story is, best not to do this on your development
machine, or if you have to, do not allow the app to remove any of the
active directory dlls from the bin directory.
Jul 21 '05 #4
MNF
Hi Tony,

We recently had the same error installing an msi for a web.
"The specified path '' is unavailable. The Internet Information Server
might not be running or the path exists and is redirected to another
machine. Please check the status of this virtual directory in the
Internet Services Manager."

The error happened during the same WEBCA_EvaluateU RLsMB action.
In the log it was specified
TARGETURL = http://SERVER2003/WebOPAC.
On the time of the installation the server (SERVER2003) was
disconnected from network and IIS wasn't able to resolve SERVER2003
name(even it is the local name of the server) to IP address.
After connecting to network we were able to install successfully.

Regards,
Michael Freidgeim.

P.S. From your log I can guess that you are still in VACC. All the
best to everyone who remember me.
Jul 21 '05 #5
"MNF" <mi******@libra rysolutions.com .au> wrote in message
news:94******** *************** ***@posting.goo gle.com...
We recently had the same error installing an msi for a web.
"The specified path '' is unavailable. The Internet Information Server
might not be running or the path exists and is redirected to another
machine. Please check the status of this virtual directory in the
Internet Services Manager."


We have the same error happening here. Our asp.net app
has been installed, without problems, on 2000, XP and
2003 server versions.

We only get this error:
---
Product: Microsoft Internet Explorer WebControls -- Error 1314.
The specified path '' is unavailable. The Internet Information Server
might not be running or the path exists and is redirected to another
machine. Please check the status of this virtual directory in the
Internet Services Manager.
---
when installing .net apps onto a particular Win Server 2003 machine.

The reason for this appears to be the fact that the network card
drivers failed to install. As such, 2003 couldn't connect to our
network. .NET installers built on a domain machine appear to
require a domain-connected machine to install..

MS, what is going on with this?

hippy
Jul 21 '05 #6

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