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Digital Editions 4.5.5 Installer Return Code 1223 [Windows]

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Jun 13, 2017

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Hello,

Just curious if anyone has any input on this. With the latest version of Digital Editions (4.5.5) released on June 13th, 2017, the installer does not return a '0' error code after installation. Instead of '0', each time we install the product the error code returned is '1223'. Is this a successful installation or is something failing in the background? The product seems to be installed and functional, but I would like to know (hopefully from Adobe) whether or not a 1223 signals success.

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Digital Editions 4.5.5 Installer Return Code 1223 [Windows]

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Hello,

Just curious if anyone has any input on this. With the latest version of Digital Editions (4.5.5) released on June 13th, 2017, the installer does not return a '0' error code after installation. Instead of '0', each time we install the product the error code returned is '1223'. Is this a successful installation or is something failing in the background? The product seems to be installed and functional, but I would like to know (hopefully from Adobe) whether or not a 1223 signals success.

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Jun 14, 2017

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I am seeing the same thing when deploying with SCCM. I am calling the EXE with a /s switch and although the app appears to install, it returns a 1223 exit code which is read as a failure. We previously deployed version 4.5.3 and that went off without a hitch.

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I'm seeing the same error message when deploying 4.5.6 error code 1223. Supposely, the error states "the user cancel the operation", however, I used the switch command /S to deploy this in silent. I rolled back and deployed the same command on version 4.5.4 and it ran successfully, returning value is 0.

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My guess is that this is related to the inclusion of Norton Security in the exe. Even when using /S there was a popup window wanting me to install Norton. To get rid of that we found that adding a registry key made the installation think Norton was already installed and we could deploy without getting the popup. But instead we got the 1223-error...

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@fredjon, Hi, I am having the same problem, would you be a little more spacefic and show how you add the registry key. Thanks, Mark

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@Markmmm

 

If not already answered, in whatever PowerShell script your using, I set these  keys BEFORE I install;

 

Set-RegistryKey -Key 'HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\N360' -Name 'ADETemp64InstallKey' -Value '1' -Type String
Set-RegistryKey -Key 'HKLM\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\N360' -Name 'ADETemp32InstallKey' -Value '1' -Type String

 

Note that the "Set-RegistryKey" is my own internal Function.  If you need the code behind this, let me know.  After i've completed the silent install with a /S i clean up those keys with my internal function as well;

 

Remove-RegistryKey -Key 'HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\N360'
Remove-RegistryKey -Key 'HKLM\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\N360'

 

Hope this helps

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This doesn't work for me, trying in PSAppDeploy too. I still get error code 1223.

 

Should those reg keys be a Dword rather than a String though?

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Hi, You can add -PassThru command (if you are working in PowerShell) 

Eg:

Execute-Process -Path "ADE_4.5_Installer.exe" -Parameters '/S' -WindowStyle 'Hidden' -PassThru

 

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The easiest way is to just add -PassThru (if you are using Powershell script)

Eg:

Execute-Process -Path "ADE_4.5_Installer.exe" -Parameters '/S' -WindowStyle 'Hidden' -PassThru

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