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2014 TrueView Psexec Silent Deployment

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10-03-2013 10:26 AM

I have been trying to deploy 2014 Trueview via PsExec to our network computers. I am not able to use SCCM to deploy software and have deployed installs through PsExec before. For some reason I can not get this to work. My first thought is it would look something like this;

 

\\%network psexec location%\psexec -d -i -s \\@c:\%testlist%.txt -u %username% -p %password% \\%network location%\SetupDWGTrueView2014_ENU_64bit\setup.exe /Q /W /I setup.ini

 

I figured that would work but I also have tried copying the original exe to the network computers and then running it that way:

 

network psexec location%\psexec -d -i -s \\@c:\%testlist%.txt -u %username% -p %password% C:\SetupDWGTrueView2014_64bit.exe /quiet -s

 

But that still prompts the user to select the install location.

 

Any thoughts?

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Re: 2014 TrueView Psexec Silent Deployment

10-07-2013 09:45 AM in reply to: grantman54

Does anyone know if you are able to deploy 2014 Silently at all? How about with Psexec?

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Is it Possible to Install Trueview 2014 via Psexec?

10-10-2013 01:07 PM in reply to: grantman54

If not what are my other options for silent deployment besides sccm.

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Re: 2014 TrueView Psexec Silent Deployment

12-20-2013 08:40 AM in reply to: grantman54

These switches worked for me:

 

/w /t /l /q

 

psexec threw a 1641 error code but the install still worked. I've seen error 1641 with other installations - it appears harmless in that Windows installer wants to reboot but is prevented from doing so.

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