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Hallo out there

I use the original Msi file from Microsoft and maked a MST FILE. But when ever i run the msi the End user License Agrement comes up.

I am using the Wise program and maked the mst file from it.

The ACCEPTEULA string was found under tabels, under checkbox and in the properties field i added the value 1, but when i save it and run the program its still comes up with the EULA box.

I have tried to read in the forums but i cant get the answer how to do it. I hope u guys out there can help me step by step and guide me.

Wise is the program i am using to edit the transform file or to make msi in.

Hope to hear from u guys.

SKS
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HELP ME OUT GUYS......
Answered 12/27/2004 by: SKS
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Was there a problem with the information in the Package Knowledge base for this?

http://itninja.com/link/packaging-the-citrix-metaframe-client-install-by-joe-thompson,-foxware-design5
Answered 12/27/2004 by: bkelly
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Hi

Bkelly, thnx for reply me. But i dont understand where to put the line in wise .... ACCEPTEULA=1 ASSOCIATE=1

I have read the knowlegde base, but i didnt now how to do it or where to put the line.

hope u can help me out in details.

sks
Answered 12/28/2004 by: SKS
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Public properties may be specified at the command line or in the Properties table of your MSI/MST.
Answered 12/28/2004 by: bkelly
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I created a temporary batch file within Wise with the following single line in it, then executed it in the script:

%sys32%\msiexec /i vviewer.MSI /m vviewer ACCEPTEULA=1 ASSOCIATE=1 RESTART=0 /qb!

You'll have to add a path for the location of the vviewer.MSI you copied to the target system, of course.

This did what I wanted - install Visio Viewer silently/without user interaction and without rebooting. As I recall, I tried to do this using a transform but had problems and resorted to this. You could also skip the batch file altogether and simply do a Execute Program action in your Wise script.
Answered 12/28/2004 by: jbonbright
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