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one computer gives sccm error fatal error 0x643 . other computer on same network deployed the application successfully
 computer where it failed has sccm agent and remote etc working
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by:Mike T
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Hi,

That error code is a generic "1603" message from the MSI installer engine. The cause could be almost anything. Please give details of the following:


Target OS
Application name
Deployment type (package or application)
Eventlog errors (Install MSI specific)
SCCM version

Attach logs:
c:\windows\ccm\logs\appenforce.log.


Mike
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none of these , dont matter because another client pc deployed
Target OS
Application name
Deployment type (package or application)
Eventlog errors (Install MSI specific)
SCCM version

issue with 1 computer , and noticed it can communicate by sccm like remote , but it is not pinging by hostname , only pinging by ip
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by:Mike T
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With respect, it *does* matter. If you drive a 4x4 car and it fits into your garage, that does not mean it will fit in your neighbour's garage. Likewise saying x works elsewhere only proves one thing: app x works on machine y.

Please provide more information or no-one can help you.
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by:techp
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let me see

c:\windows\ccm\logs\appenforce.log

what other log files need to check
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by:Mike T
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execmgr.log can be useful too, but also any error codes in the eventlog.
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when done manually also failed with error

"administrative privileges required"
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Yes, it will. ConfigMgr does not ever run in user mode, so it's not relevant doing any tests under any account except Local System. To test the create a scheduled task instead.
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You need to read the logs and understand them if you are using ConfigMgr. It uses Local System to has full, complete power to do anything to client machines. Granting "admin" rights would actually decrease permissions.
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