Desktop and Mobile Device Management software
Error While Downloading Binaries
>Package creation for the specified application has failed.
You cannot create a package, for an application, using the templates available in the Software Deployment section because you:
You are required to identify why you cannot create packages using the templates available in the Software Deployment section. Follow one of the solutions given below, depending on what the problem is.
Defining valid proxy credentials
You are required to define the proxy settings.
Note: If you have already added the proxy settings, check them for validity.
To define valid proxy settings, follow the steps given below:
The Desktop Central server will validate the proxy credentials.
Providing access rights
The administrator must:
Reducing download errors
When you create a package, you are required to download the package from the vendor's Web site. You can access the executable link for each package through the application details. To access the exectutable links for packages, follow the steps given below:
These links will redirect you to the location from which the package is being downloaded. The possibility of getting a download error reduces if the link is accessible. However, if you get an error while trying to access the link, then you will get an error while trying to download the required binaries, from the Desktop Central server. You should verify the functionality of the executable links for packages only from the system on which the Desktop Central server is installed.
Note: You must ensure that the URL of the executable link is added to the exception list in the proxy server.
You can now re-create the package and deploy it.
Applies to: Software Installation, Software Installation failure, Software Deployment Status, Binary Creation Failure
Keywords: Software Installation Failure, Deploy Software, Install Software on Remote desktops, Software Installation Error
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