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GFI Languard 11 Agent uninstalls by itself

Posted on 2013-06-26
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On 100 plus of my Windows 7 pro 32bit computers after I manually install the Languard11agent.msi it automatically uninstalls after 3-4 minutes.  Does a nice job of the uninstall as well.

I get the impression that the installer is not telling windows it is done with the install process and windows is going ahead after a certain amount of time and backing it off.  

I've got all the basics on it set, uac off, firewall off, credentials correct, ect...  I have basically stripped the computer down to vanilla windows 7 without anti-virus/anti anything.  

Has anyone ran into this behavior.
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Solution: http://kb.gfi.com/articles/SkyNet_Article/How-to-manually-install-the-GFI-LanGuard-agent

You cannot just run the Languard11Agent.msi - it must be with the parameters as in the above reference.
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