Could you please help me with step by step instruction on how to use software  ID and key in to sccm application. Also I need to turn OFF software updates, and user notification. These two things somehow I need to blend with the application which will be deploy about 1000.00 systems.  I am kind of new to SCCM. 

I need to take care his ASAP, please help me out. I will appreciate your help. 

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Mohammed 
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We've already answered this question for you, more than once!!
Answered 06/10/2015 by: VBScab
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I am sorry but your answer was not clear.  As i said i am kind of new into SCCM, and  could you please answer with step by step instruction. 
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Answered 06/10/2015 by: Litonmc
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As VBScab has mentioned this has been covered - but to break it down for you again.

  • SCCM is the deployment tool, that distributes the software application packages to your workstations.
  • The application package is the installer for the software, usually preconfigured with installation options and licenses.

In your case, the software title is Malwarebytes 2.1.6.1022, and you want to customise the installer of this software with the following customisations:

  • Turn off updates
  • Apply licence key
  • Disable user notification

This has to be done in the package - totally outside of SCCM, once you have it working correctly on a test bed then you can add to SCCM to test deploy.

There is a Software Tip on ITNinja for the command line options here.

However, this post on the Malwarebytes forum seems to indicate that the free .exe version is for home consumer use, and to use in a business (such as you may be attempting to do) is against the EULA.

There is a paid for, business use, installer version - which comes in MSI format, and I'm assuming instructions provided from the vendor on how to manage the licensing and configuration.

If you have the business version, in MSI format, then speak to the software vendor on how to configure for your use.


I hope that makes things clearer for you.


Dunnpy





Answered 06/10/2015 by: dunnpy
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