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    SCCM and Kodu + Prezi

    Using SCCM 2012R2 and trying to install Kodu as part of a task sequence.

    Presumably someone here has already done this, so can you describe how you've done it and what flags you've had to put after the msi?

    I've got XNA framework 4.0 msi setup as msiexec /i xnafx40_redist.msi /q and the same for the kodusetup.msi, but for some reason this fails and I don't seem to be having any luck with google on this one. Would have assumed that they'd both deploy quite happily with a simply /q after them seeing as they're both msi files.

    Next up is the prezi desktop application, I've managed to get an msi for it, and found some information describing the command line for deploying it as:
    msiexec.exe /i "Prezi.msi" ALLUSERS=1 /qn /norestart /L LOCALISATION
    Examples for LOCALISATION are
    0x0409 (English US)

    This doesn't appear to work though, any one deployed this successfully?

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    My installer uses xna 3.1 like this
    msiexec /i "xnafx31_redist.msi" /q
    msiexec /i "KoduSetup.msi" /q

    So basically the same as yours. Works fine though.

    Prezi hasn't really caught on here (except with our soon-to-be-ex deputy head) so I haven't tried that one.

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    When installing Kodu, are you getting errors post install?

    For the purposes diagnostics, have you tried installing XNA manually on a workstation, then using ConfigMgr to punt Kodu in?

    Here, I use a transform during the Kodu install (can't remember why though?), I also have XNA set up as a dependency that ill auto install it if, for whatever reason, XNA deployment was missed.

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    In SCCM 2012 we also have the XNA Framework as a dependency on Kodu, so it installs that first.

    For XNA: msiexec /qn /i "xnafx40_redist.msi"
    For Kodu: msiexec /qn /i "KoduSetup1.4.msi"

    As XNA is a dependacy we only need Kodu on the task sequence and it will install both. Works absolutely fine here.
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