Re: Can't install 2006 SP3.1 - MSI file issue

Wow, here we have hack-and-slash IT genius Boy "Radeon" Wonder at it
again. Ever heard of UNC paths? Of course you never needed to read
the documentation, being such a freakin' genius. Using the UNC path is
the recommended technique and far more stable than share names or
mapped drives, being rather explicit. Rattle off those certifications
again for us, would you?
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zoetrope
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You are such an IDIOT. What they heck do you think a SHARE NAME is??? HA HA HHAAAAAAHHH!!! You are so desperately grasping at straws to prove you are not the fool you really are but you end up saying things that make you look stupider by the second.
So dumb @$$, was the answer right or wrong? Darn right it was right and I did not see you posting the solution! Thank you for showing the world what a dumb @ss you are.
If you knew anything about dealing with actually helping people, which obviously you don't, you would know you try to Keep It Simple Stupid and not be some condesending jerk that thinks everyone should know everything you do. Since I had no idea of this person's technical background and was not totally clear on the network setup they had the best thing to do was to keep the terms as simple as possible.
HA HA HA HA You don't know that a UNC is the server share name (\\Server\Share)!!! What a bone head...........
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No, dolt, a "share name" is an incomplete part of the UNC, which is the complete path name, including the server. Your example shows this well, if you only understood your own example.
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zoetrope
You just can't admit you jumped the gun yet again and did not read the post. You just read what you thought you wanted to see and responded like a fool when everyone else knew what to do. You have to stop typing before you think about what you are writing. It is really making you look foolish.
Go to bed and get a good night sleep. Take tomorrow off and relax your mind. You are obviously high strung and obsessed.
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