I have Visio2003 standard CD, and I found the VISSTD.MSI file in the root of CD, I copy the setup.ini file from D:\files\setup folder, and I modify the ini file as following:

MSI=VISSTD.MSI
USERNAME:Customer
COMPANAYNAME= my company
INSTALLLOCATION:=C:\Program Files\MyApps
PIDKEY="XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"

So the command I have is
msiexec.exe /i visstd.msi
but it keep ask me my production code:
where I can specify the productioncode?
I even put into
[Product]
ProductCode={XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX}
ProductName=Microsoft Office Visio Standard 2003
ProductVersion=11.0.3216.5614
Recache=1

but still not work, need help

Thanks.

Lillian
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Why don't you use the .msi alone instead of the setup.exe ?

msiexec /i visstd.msi PIDKEY=ProductionCodeWithoutDash
Answered 09/09/2009 by: darkfang
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to make things easy for you

you will need to create an admin install running setup.exe this will then ask for the serial key

then you can customize and create mst with ork
Answered 09/09/2009 by: cygan
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I use this command, it work, but how you specify quiet mode, I use /qb! but not working

msiexec /i visstd.msi PIDKEY=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX /qb!

need help

Thanks.

Lillian
Answered 09/09/2009 by: llian
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It depends on what you mean by 'quiet'. The switch you have, '/QB!' means "Basic interface, with no 'Cancel' button". For a completely "silent" install, i.e., with no UI at all, you need to use '/QN'.
Answered 09/10/2009 by: VBScab
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