If the installation package shipping with an application is not at the root of the CD-ROM that customers receive, the MEDIAPACKAGEPATH property must be set on the command line to the relative path of the application on the CD-ROM.
For example, if the path to the package on the media is E:\MyPath\My.msi, then use MEDIAPACKAGEPATH="\MyPath\".
Administrators may create CD-ROMs from an administrative installation point. If the location of the root of the installation is changed on the new CD-ROMs, the MEDIAPACKAGEPATH property must be set to the new path to install from this media. A source with a location on the CD-ROM different than what is specified in the package is unusable. It is not necessary, however, to use this property when creating an administrative installation point from shipping media.
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Build date: 11/16/2013