Not this time. The install script kept bombing out with 'unable to create file' errors. Two minutes of checking with a text editor found the problem:
set noidfile=noA hardcoded 'c:\' in a setup script without a prompt to warn the person installing the software? Surely Lotus wouldn't ... but alas, Lotus did. Of course, this works wonderfully when you are setting up on a PC with a c:\ drive but not so well when the local drive is set to h:\ and a c:\ drive doesn't exist.
echo -------------------- >> %logfile%