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Consider the following scenario in Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager:
In this scenario, when the application, the script, or Windows Installer returns zero to indicate a successful execution, a failure is reported in the CCM_AppInstallationStatus.ExecutionStatus field.
Additionally, a failure is reported in the AppEnforce.log file and may resemble the following:
This behavior is by design. An exit code of zero typically indicates a successful installation for most applications. If the exit code of the application is not in the Return Codes list, the code is considered to indicate failure. Zero should be removed from the table only if a specific application returns a nonzero exit code or codes on success. In that case, the expected nonzero exit codes should also be added to the table together with the appropriate CodeType meaning.
Article ID: 2680249 - Last Review: July 9, 2012 - Revision: 2.0