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Hi all. At first sorry for my English.

I want install paint.net 4.0.12 via SCCM using MSI package.

At first i download exe package.

Then  in commad line i make paint.net.4.0.12.install.exe /createMSI using guide http://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/UnattendedInstallation.html 

after that, i copy two MSI packages which created  and try install one of the them using command  msiexec /i PaintDotNet_x64.msi (i'm special not use keys /qn in the end, bacause i want to see what happens) 

and then i have error (file attached)

I try to open MSI with Orca and go to LaunchCondition and delete condition USINGWIZARD=1, but in isn't solve my problem.

OS Windows 10 1607 (Anniversary) Enterprise x64, all updates are installed

.Net Framework 4.6.2 present. As you know .Net Framework 4.6.2 included in Windows 10 (Anniversary)

Please help me,  i'm going crazy trying to solve this issue.

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On 03.11.2016 at 10:40 AM, toe_head2001 said:

You could try enabling MSI logging, and it may give you a hint to what's going on.


msiexec /i PaintDotNet_x64.msi /L*V PdnMsi.log

 

Thank you, see log isn't help me.

But I resolved this issue

Problem was in myself. After successful installation, i delete application using 

msiexec /x PaintDotNet_x64.msi

this deletions is not full,  in registry still have some keys.

Correct uninstall is using

msiexec /x {A1D05314-DC32-4668-A97E-51060EC8BCCE}

 Thank you all 

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