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Automated Silent Install Script for LogMeIn Free - UPDATED


Searching the web for a way to setup LogMeIn on my non-tech savvy friends computer without having to go to their homes I ran into the following post on by slimbyte. a member of the forums. I would like to give him full credit for the post below.


Udemy Link: 

Update Dec 19, 2012 – Revised Guide and added PPT to 

Update Nov 6, 2010 – Orca is gone, New version of LogmeIn

Update. Sept, 1, 2010 : Thanks Camelot_One for the Update

Original info found here:

PowerPoint Version here:


Lets get started with the guide

Download Clean copy of Logmein.MSI: External link 
Version as of 12.19.2012

1st Download InstED from to analyze LogMeIn.msi

FYI | Correct command line is:

logmein.msi /q USERPASSWORD=pcpassword USERVERIFYPWD=pcpassword USEREMAIL=lmiwebsiteemail USERWEBPASSWORD=lmiwebsitepass LicenseType=0


Now we have to edit the MSI using InstEd

On the InstallExecuteSequence table:


1. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": 
ACTION: GetLMIRegistrationCookie CONDITION: NOT Installed SEQUENCE: 3710 

2. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": 

3. find CreateUser action and change condition 
into: VersionNT AND REMOVE<>"ALL" 

4. find CreateUserSetProperty action and change condition 
into: VersionNT AND REMOVE<>"ALL" 

5. Right click SetX64Path and select "Drop Row". 

6. Right click SetX86Path and select "Drop Row". 



On the Property table:


1. find LICENSETYPE and change condition 
from: 5 
into: 0 
**next step not needed if you used the link above** 

2. Right click on DEPLOYID and select "Drop Row" 
Save and exit.



Now you can also build your own .MSI using Inno Setup Compiler and deploy it.


--------------- Example Code -----------------

Script generated by the Inno Setup Script Wizard.

#define _AppName "Customized LogMeIn"
#define _AppVer "4.1.1310"
#define _AppPublisher "LogMeIn"
#define _AppUrl ""
#define _AppSetup "LogMeIn"

#define LmiUsrMail ""
#define LmiUsrPass "password"
#define LmiPCCode "pcpassword"

AppName = {#_AppName}
AppVerName = {#_AppName} {#_AppVer}
AppPublisher = {#_AppPublisher}
AppPublisherURL = {#_AppUrl}
AppSupportURL = {#_AppUrl}
AppUpdatesURL = {#_AppUrl}
OutputDir = .
OutputBaseFilename= {#_AppSetup}
Compression = lzma
SolidCompression = yes

AppVersion = {#_AppVer}
VersionInfoCompany = {#_AppPublisher}
VersionInfoCopyright = {#_AppPublisher}
VersionInfoTextVersion = {#_AppVer}
VersionInfoVersion = {#_AppVer}

WizardImageFile = files\SetupModern16.bmp
WizardSmallImageFile = files\SetupModernSmall16.bmp

CreateAppDir = no
CreateUninstallRegKey = no
UpdateUninstallLogAppName = no
Uninstallable = yes
DisableDirPage = yes
DisableReadyMemo = yes
DisableProgramGroupPage = yes
DisableReadyPage = yes

Name: "english"; MessagesFile: "compiler:Default.isl"

Source: "files\logmein.msi"; DestDir: "{tmp}"; Flags: deleteafterinstall

Filename: {tmp}\LogMeIn.msi; Parameters: USERPASSWORD={#LmiPCCode} USERVERIFYPWD={#LmiPCCode} USEREMAIL={#LmiUsrMail} USERWEBPASSWORD={#LmiUsrPass} LicenseType=0 /q; StatusMsg: Installing and configuring LogMeIn! Please wait ...; Flags: waituntilterminated shellexec



Download Logmein Free MSI File 

Download MSI Editor InstED 

Download Setup Compiler Inno Setup

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Deploying LogMeIn using the K1000

So I recently signed my company up for LogMeIn. The IT department has moved to a new building offsite because we've run out of office space in our main building. So, we needed a way to provide remote support to all of our users. We got LogMeIn Pro subscriptions for all of our servers and we are just using free on all our client machines. Originally I started deploying LMI manually to each PC I touched, but then we got a Dell Kace K1000. I was looking for a way to deploy it using the KBox and after doing some digging around I found a way. 

This method requires you to have LMI Central and of course the Dell Kace KBox.

  1. Log into LMI Central and click on Deployment
  2. Click on Add Installation Package at the top of the page.
  3. Configure your options. You can set expiration dates, deploy free or Pro subscriptions and many other options.
  4. The end result is a customized MSI with all of these options preconfigured, so that when the installer is run all the info is already there. Download and save the MSI package.
  5. In your KBox go to distribution and create a new managed installation.
  6. Upload the MSI file you downloaded from LMI.
  7. For the installation command select Use Default
  8. For the Run Parameters enter /quiet /i. This will install LMI silently. Note that after the install a window will pop in the lower right stating that the computer is now accessible via LMI. You may want to warn your users this is coming or install it off hours.
  9. Configure the rest of the options to meet your environment needs.

Then, deploy to your heart's content! 

When I setup my deployment I did not specify groups. I figured it was easy enough to sort computer manually after, although I'm dealing with less than 100 client PCs. For those of you with larger environements you may need to create seperate installers per groups and create corresponding labels in the KBox so the deployment is a little more seamless. 

If you have any questions about the steps I've outlined here please don't hesitate to contact me!



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