The log file does not yield much info.
When troubleshooting MSI installs I first try to set the Interface level to
full for the install.
You tend to get more useful error messages from Windows in such cases.

What Client OS? Is the MSI on a mapped drive or UNC reference?
Does it matter if the local user is an admin or not?
Does ZEN throw up an error on the screen?


There are some other logs you can generate, but I would really like to try
and find out if the MSI install is even beginning.

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"Brad Johnson" <bjohnson.icd@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
news:%08Gf.6851$yL4.1023@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
>I am quite new to Zenworks. I am trying to set up a Zen application to
>distribute an MSI installation on a test network. I am using a MySQL msi
>install to test with. I am associating the application with users. After
>creating the Zen application I am getting an error on the workstation when
>I attempt to run it. I am using a logging file for the application. The
>log file has the following lines after an unsuccessful launch:
>
> "Distribution Failure","21","2/7/2006 12:14:01
> PM","ADMIN.ORG1.VIRTUAL22_TREE",".WORKSTATION NOT
> REGISTERED","192.168.10.128","MYSQL ESSENTIALS.HOME
> APPLICATIONS.HOME.ORG1.VIRTUAL22_TREE","29E5A291-BF80-43B0-89C8-6DB4B62DDB91","3","Unknown
> error occurred for application MYSQL ESSENTIALS.HOME
> APPLICATIONS.HOME.ORG1.VIRTUAL22_TREE (id=-1 [FFFFFFFF], -1
> [FFFFFFFF])","","","","","","","1074266240"
> "Launch Failure","11","2/7/2006 12:14:01
> PM","ADMIN.ORG1.VIRTUAL22_TREE",".WORKSTATION NOT
> REGISTERED","192.168.10.128","MYSQL ESSENTIALS.HOME
> APPLICATIONS.HOME.ORG1.VIRTUAL22_TREE","29E5A291-BF80-43B0-89C8-6DB4B62DDB91","3","Unknown
> error occurred for application MYSQL ESSENTIALS.HOME
> APPLICATIONS.HOME.ORG1.VIRTUAL22_TREE (id=-1 [FFFFFFFF], -1
> [FFFFFFFF])","","","","","","","1074266240"
>
> I probably just have something configured improperly in my Zen
> application. But how do I find the problem?
>
> Thanks for your help,
>
> Brad Johnson
>