Hi,

I want to install the NC491-SP2 on pc clients
with the NC491-SP1 via system login script
(OS: Netware 6.5SP5).

If I start the acu.exe as a normal user
(not local administrator), I receive
the error message:
"Error: insufficient rights. You must have
admin rights to run this program".

In the acu.ini I have the switch
"AdministratorRights=yes" enabled.

Is it possible to install the NC491SP2 as a normal user?
What must I change in the files:
acu.ini, unattend.txt or setupsp.inf?

Any ideas?

Thanks
Bernhard



Please have a look at the config files:
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acu.ini:
; Novell ACU for Windows 2000/XP File
; Novell ACU INI File
;
;VeRsIoN=v2.6 Novell ACU - Configuration INI
;CoPyRiGhT=copyright 1999-2005, by Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.


[LaunchInstall]
;
; Launch=Yes
; Specifies whether Setup is launched after acu.exe
; determines that the installation is necessary.
;
Launch=Yes


[DisplayDialog]
;
; Display=Yes
; Specifies whether users are prompted to begin the upgrade.
;
Display=Yes


[UnattendFile]
;
; Specifies whether a configuration (unattend) file is used
; and where it is located.
;
Use=Yes
File=unattend.txt


[StatusLogging]
;
; Specifies whether a status log is created and where it is located.
;
Use=yes
File=c:\temp\acu.log


[AdministratorMessage]
;
; Specifies additional text that appears
; when the user is prompted to start an ACU.
;
Message=test


[ClientLocalInstall]
;
; Specifies whether the installation is copied to
; a specified local directory and run locally.
; If you want to delete the files after the installation
; is complete, set DeleteLocalInstall=Yes.
;
LocalInstall=No
LocalDirectory=C:\Novell\ClientLocalInstall
DeleteLocalInstall=No


[UpdateAgentSettings]
;
; Specifies the Novell Client Update Agent Property Page settings.
;
; Update specifies whether the settings are transferred from
; the .ini file to the workstation's registry.
;
Update=
;
; EnableUpdateAgent specifies whether the Update Agent is configured.
; This setting specifically applies to workstations running Novell Client
; version 4.90 SP2 that are upgrading Novell Client software. Selecting
; this option enables Update Agent to perform the software update.
;
EnableUpdateAgent=
;
; EnableAutomaticUpdateAgent specifies whether the Update Agent is launched
; automatically. The Update Agent checks for a new version of the Novell
Client
; at the designated interval and from the designated locations.
; The Update Agent is launched as a part of the login process.
;
EnableAutomaticUpdateAgent=
;
; UpdateAgentLaunchInterval sets the interval (in days) that the Novell
Client
; Update Agent checks for a new version of the Novell Client.
;
UpdateAgentLaunchInterval=
;
; EnableUpdateLocation specifies whether the Novell Client Update Agent
looks
; for a new version of the Novell Client in the designated update location.
;
EnableUpdateLocation=
;
; UpdateLocation specifies the update location (mapped drive, UNC, or URL).
;
UpdateLocation=
;
; EnablePreviousInstallLocation specifies whether the Novell Client
Update Agent
; looks for a new version of the Novell Client in the previous install
location.
;
EnablePreviousInstallLocation=No
;
; AdministratorRights specifies whether the Novell Client Update Agent has
; administrative rights on the workstation. The Update Agent must have
these rights
; to update the Novell Client. This is useful when the user who logs in
to the
; workstation is not the workstation Administrator user. If this setting
is set to No,
; the Update Agent is launched with the rights of the currently
logged-in user.
;
AdministratorRights=yes


[Uninstall]
;
; Specifies which network components are uninstalled.
; Users are prompted to reboot after the uninstall is complete.
;
IPX=No
CMD=No
Client=No
NDPS=No
WorkstationManager=No
NAL=No
ImagingService=No
RemoteManagement=No
NICI=No
NMAS=No
NetIdentity=No
;
; Administrator Message specifies additional text that appears when the
uninstall begins.
;
AdministratorMessage=
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unattend.txt:
[Novell_Client_Install_Manager]
Novell_Client=2000/XP
Version=4.91.2
[NovellNetWareClientParameters]
!Protocol=IPIPX
!Remove_IPX=NO
!DoInstall=YES
!Preferred_Tree="Tree"
!Preferred_Tree_Distribute=Always
!Tree_List1=
!Tree_List2=UBT
!Tree_List_Distribute=Replace
!Default_Context_List1=
!Default_Context_List2=Users.Context
!Default_Context_List_Distribute=Replace
!NMAS_Authentication=NO
!NMAS_Authentication_Distribute=Always
!Default_Policy_Support=NO
!Default_Policy_Support_Distribute=Always
!Policy_Path="\system32"
!Policy_Path_Distribute=Always
!Show_Location_List=NO
!Show_Location_List_Distribute=Always
!Preferred_Network_Protocol=IP
!Preferred_Network_Protocol_Distribute=Always
!File_Caching=OFF
!File_Caching_Distribute=Always
!ServerCacheTimeout=0
!ServerCacheTimeout_Distribute=Always
!Bad_Name_Cache_Enabled=OFF
!Bad_Name_Cache_Enabled_Distribute=Always
!IP_NDS=ON
!IP_HOSTFILE=ON
!IP_DNS=ON
!IP_SLP=ON
!IP_Naming_Distribute=Always
!IPX_Bindery=ON
!IPX_NDS=ON
!IPX_SAP=ON
!IPX_Naming_Distribute=Always
!Notify=NO
!Notify_Distribute=Always
!Enable_Systray_Icon=OFF
!Enable_Systray_Icon_Distribute=Always
!Change_Password=OFF
!Change_Password_Distribute=Always
!Enable_Map_Dialog=OFF
!Enable_Map_Dialog_Distribute=Always
!Enable_Password_Administration=OFF
!Enable_Password_Administration_Distribute=Always
!Enable_Mod_Container_Script=OFF
!Enable_Mod_Container_Script_Distribute=Always
!Enable_Update_Novell_Client=OFF
!Enable_Update_Novell_Client_Distribute=Always
!ServiceInstances_Distribute=Always
[NDPSParameters]
!DoInstall=NO
[NovellNetwareLocationProfiles]
!Profile_List1=Default
!Profile_List_Distribute=Replace
!ProfilesListSZ0="Default","Default"
!ProfilesCount=1
!LoginServiceDWOn0="Default","Save On Exit"
!LoginServiceSZ0="Default","Tab","Credentials"
!LoginServiceSZ1="Default","UserName",""
!LoginServiceSZ2="Default\Tab1","Tab","NDS"
!LoginServiceSZ3="Default\Tab1","Tree","xxx"
!LoginServiceSZ4="Default\Tab1","Context","Users.C ontext"
!LoginServiceSZ5="Default\Tab2","Tab","Script"
!LoginServiceDWOn1="Default\Tab2","Login Script"
!LoginServiceDWOn2="Default\Tab2","Display Results"
!LoginServiceDWOff0="Default\Tab2","Close Results"
!LoginServiceSZ6="Default\Tab3","Tab","NT Credentials"
!LoginServiceSZ7="Default\Tab3","DefaultUserName", ""
!LoginServiceDWOff1="Default\Tab4","Enable RAS"
!LoginServiceSZ8="Default\Tab4","Tab","Dialup"
!LoginServiceSZ9="Default\Tab4","Dialup Entry","<DEFAULT>"
!LoginServiceSZ10="Default\Tab4","Dialup From","None (Direct Dial)"
!LoginServiceSZ11="Default\Tab5","Tab","NMAS"
!LoginServiceCount=12,3,2
[Network_2000]
Install2000Services=Services2000List
[Services2000List]
NW_NWFS=NovellNetwareClientParameters, \$OEM$\NET\NTCLIENT\I386
NW_NDPS=NDPSParameters, \$OEM$\NET\NTCLIENT\I386

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setupsp.inf:
; Novell Client for Windows 2000/XP file
; Novell Client Support Pack Control INF File
;
; VeRsIoN=v4.91 SP2 Novell Client Support Pack Control INF
; CoPyRiGhT=copyright 1999-2005 by Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.

[ClientVersion]
MajorVersion = 4
MinorVersion = 91

[ServicePackVersion]
ServicePack = 2

[ServicePackOptions]
;
; Reinstall = NO causes SETUPSP.EXE to not apply
; updates again if the current support pack has already
; been installed on the workstation.
;
; Reinstall = YES forces SETUPSP.EXE to run and
; re-apply updates even when the current support pack
; is detected as having already been installed.
;
; NOTE: to for the reinstallation of the updates,
; Set Reinstall = YES and DisplayInstallPrompts = NO
;
Reinstall = NO

;
; DisplayInstallPrompts = YES displays all prompts
; which ask the user whether or not to perform install
; tasks or inform the user why install tasks were
; not performed.
;
; DisplayInstallPrompts = NO diables all prompts
; which ask the user whether or not to perform install
; tasks or inform the user why install tasks were
; not performed.
;
; NOTE: DisplayInstallPrompts has no affect on
; RebootOnCompletion or PromptUserOnCompletion
;
DisplayInstallPrompts = NO

;
; UpdateNICI = YES causes SETUPSP.EXE to install
; updates to the NICI optional product included with the
; Novell Client for Windows if it detects that
; NICI is currently installed.
;
; UpdateNICI = NO causes SETUPSP.EXE to skip the
; installation of updates to the NICI optional product
; included with the Novell Client for Windows even if
; it detects that NICI is currently installed.
;
UpdateNICI = YES

;
; UpdateNNAS = YES causes SETUPSP.EXE to install
; updates to the NMAS optional product included with the
; Novell Client for Windows if it detects that
; NMAS is currently installed.
;
; UpdateNMAS = NO causes SETUPSP.EXE to skip the
; installation of updates to the NMAS optional product
; included with the Novell Client for Windows even if
; it detects that NMAS is currently installed.
;
UpdateNMAS = YES

;
; UpdateNetIdentity = YES causes SETUPSP.EXE to install
; updates to the NetIdentity optional product included with the
; Novell Client for Windows if it detects that
; NetIdentity is currently installed.
;
; UpdateNetIdentity = NO causes SETUPSP.EXE to skip the
; installation of updates to the NetIdentity optional product
; included with the Novell Client for Windows even if
; it detects that NetIdentity is currently installed.
;
UpdateNetIdentity = NO

;
; RebootOnCompletion = PROMPT prompts the user to decide
; whether the workstation should be shut down and
; restarted. The interactive user will receive a "Yes"
; or "No" option providing them a choice of whether the
; workstation should be restarted after installation of
; the support pack.
;
; NOTE: The PromptUserOnCompletion setting has no effect
; when RebootOnCompletion is set to PROMPT.
;
; RebootOnCompletion = YES restarts the workstation after
; installation. The PromptUserOnCompletion setting
; controls whether the user is advised that the
; workstation is about to restart.
;
; RebootOnCompletion = NO exits the installation without
; restarting the workstation. The PromptUserOnCompletion
; setting controls whether the user is advised that
; install completed before SETUPSP.EXE exits.
;
RebootOnCompletion = YES

;
; PromptUserOnCompletion = YES displays an informational
; prompt upon completion of the installation process.
; This prompt only confirms that installation completed
; prior to whichever post-install action will take place.
; (Whether SETUPSP.EXE will just exit or will reboot the
; workstation, depending on whether RebootOnCompletion is
; set to YES or NO.) In the prompt displayed by having
; PromptUserOnCompletion = YES, the user must simply
; press OK and does not have a choice to override or
; force a reboot.
;
; PromptUserOnCompletion = NO prevents an informational
; dialog from being displayed after completing
; installation. If the RebootOnCompletion setting is YES,
; the workstation will immediately reboot without waiting
; for the user to acknowledge any prompts. If the
; setting is NO, SETUPSP.EXE immediately exits without
; waiting for the user to acknowledge any prompts.
;
PromptUserOnCompletion = NO

;
; CreateSystemRestorePoint = YES causes SETUPSP.EXE to
; create a Windows System Restore Point on a Windows XP machine.
;
; CreateSystemRestorePoint = NO causes SETUPSP.EXE to
; skip the creation of a Windows System Restore Point.
;

CreateSystemRestorePoint = NO