I created an application in SCCM2012 for Camtasia 7. I don't know how can I add the license. Please help me. I am a noob in SCCM.

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I think you'll find your a noob at SCCM and a noob at applications packaging.

Forgot get about SCCM, your trying to do applications packaging - where you can do a silent deployment and license the product etc.

Its not something that's easy to teach, if you have a basic grounding it helps (and we can help you here) but if you have no idea then I may as well talk in another language.

Have you tried doing this?
Answered 07/13/2016 by: rileyz
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  • Hi Rileyz, I am not a scripting person guy :( can you give me some sample scrip that I can use to call the license using the SCCM tool? Hope you could also explain each Parameters/Command on what are their purpose.

    Thank you!
    • Did you even look at my link?
      Also note what VBScab said...and his link.
      • Hi Rileyz,

        I tried to used this command.

        msiexec.exe /i "camtasia.msi" /qn COMPANYNAME="myCompanyname" USERNAME="myUsername" TSC_SOFTWARE_KEY="myLicense Key" TSC_LICENSEMODE="Full"


        But it is failed.
      • It worked now!!! :) Thank you so much!!!
      • It worked now!!! :) Thank you so much!!!
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TechSmith has a deployment tool, especially for MST creation. You can download the MSI from TechSmith, too, or extract the MSI from the EXE.

The warning that the tool gives you about HKEY_CURRENT_USER keys when you select, say, "Disable automatic checking for updates" is valid but that can be easily catered for by altering the feature tree to trigger self-healing when the advertised shortcut is used.

Answered 07/13/2016 by: VBScab
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