I have an existing deployment image of Navisworks 2010, for which I want to add the Service Pack to.
When I go to modify the deployment, I see no option to add this. Am I missing something, or does this option not exist as it does for other Autodesk applications?
I'm a CAD Manager for roughly 3,000 users. We roll out deployments silently and they get installed overnight.
It would be nice, like the other Autodesk applications, to be able to include the service packs into the deployment. Makes installation much easier.
The question is not "is it not sufficient to do X Y Z workaround."
The question is why does the Navisworks team feel it's OK not to follow the same
higher and MUCh more convenient standard set by the rest of Autodesk's
On Tue, 24 Nov 2009 07:16:11 -0800, AndyG_ADSK <> wrote:
>Is it not sufficient to run the service pack silently? Pass /S (note: Captial S, /s will not work) as the argument to the service pack executable.
>For new installs, could you not create a batch script that first runs the deployment, then runs the service pack afterwards? A batch script to do this would look something like this:
>pushd *setup.exe folder*
>setup.exe /Script /Wait /Language en-US *deployment_inifile*
Our installer has a number of complexities not present in other Autodesk products that mean we cannot use the same service pack procedure. It is our desire to follow the standards of other Autodesk products but in some cases it is not possible.