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Windows 7 Thread, ActivInspire 1.5 MSI in Technical; I am trying to Deploy ActiveInspire 1.5 MSI via GPO but i cannot get it to work? has any one ...
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    ActivInspire 1.5 MSI

    I am trying to Deploy ActiveInspire 1.5 MSI via GPO but i cannot get it to work?
    has any one done this or no a way around this?

    Thanks

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    BUMP !!

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    Yep i got it working, whats the problem?

    Maybe this post should live here: Promethean Direct Support

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    Hope i'm not off topic, i'm trying to deploy using SCCM. Was looking for some hints of deploying unattended.

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    Ah im not sure. I just used the provided installer package to create my own custom MSI installer.

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    extract the msi, use Orca (or such) and edit?

    ProductCode = serial number without space
    ALLUSERS = 0/1/2?

    then run - msiexec /i "path to activeinspire.msi" /q

    ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AWicher View Post
    extract the msi, use Orca (or such) and edit?

    ProductCode = serial number without space
    ALLUSERS = 0/1/2?

    then run - msiexec /i "path to activeinspire.msi" /q

    ?
    I didnt use anything like that. There is a switch you can run on the standard .exe. It will bring up a utility that will allow you to customize your instal and create an MSI for that.

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    oh, don't sup you know what the "switch" is, or i could just google it.

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    you know what, can kick me at next edugeekconf should just run the bloody install!

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    was the switch not needed? I did it a few months ago and i have totally forgot what to do

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    download the ActiveInspireSuite and run it, 3rd option is network install. running it now, but looking good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AWicher View Post
    download the ActiveInspireSuite and run it, 3rd option is network install. running it now, but looking good!
    Yep, thats how I managed to package it up early this week.

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    That method doesn't seem to allow you to enter your serial number?

    Ben

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    Article Details *-*Promethean KB

    This article is good for deploying ActivInspire

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    Should have tried it before I posted as the setup does run through and allow you to enter those details.

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