Has anyone pushed the latest Enterprise Vault version 10 add-on for Outlook silently using Kace?  Any suggestions would greatly be appreciated... Would be nice to push it as a managed installation that would remove the old client and not cause any reboots our outlook closing.

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msiexec /i "ev_client.msi" MSIRESTARTMANAGERCONTROL=Disable REBOOT=ReallySuppress /qn
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msiexec /i "ev_client.msi" /qb 

Answered 02/11/2013 by: jagadeish
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  • Thanks Jagadeish would this be 100% silent?
  • To make it 100% silent, you will have to use /qn switch..
    • That is what I thought, thank you! I will post a comment back once I have tested, appreciate all the help!
    • Jagadesh I used msiexec /i "ev_clinet.msi" /qn but it automatically closed Microsoft Outlook on my test machine and restarted the system. Any ideas how to make it so it does not close outlook and does not restart the computer?
  • Are there any custom action which is closing outlook forcefully during installation...
    • Not that I know of just the normal install msi file...
  • Have you tried passing MSIRESTARTMANAGERCONTROL=Disable property through command line
  • msiexec /i "ev_client.msi" MSIRESTARTMANAGERCONTROL=Disable /qb
    • Thank you Jagadesh so I would enter this in the configure manaually command line for manage install? Should I use /qb or /qn at the end? I am still on v 5.3 for Kace.
  • use /qn as you want to make it 100% silent
    • Thank you Jagadeish for all the help... I will reply after I try this. Thanks!
    • I tried your suggestion but it still closed out of all applications and restarted the system.. :-(
  • msiexec /i "ev_client.msi" MSIRESTARTMANAGERCONTROL=Disable REBOOT=ReallySuppress /qn
  • Can you try the above command line
    • Jagadeish you are the man!! Thank so much for the help that look like it did it. I will let you know if I run into any issues when I test this on a few more machines...
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