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psexec error code 0 with java update

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whenever I push a java update using psexec code I keep getting an error code 0, but it seems to work, when I look the program does install with psexec.

I just want to check to make sure I am not missing anything
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Error code 0 is often the sign that there was no error - this is normal java exit code after normal execution
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That's what I get from my IDE after each normal execution of my code:

Process finished with exit code 0
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Thank you Glad I wasn't missing anything. had me worried for a minute
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