Hi,

I'am trying to install ImgBurn sillent, I found the install switch for the app. setup.exe /S, but somehow when I deploy it through SMS it does not make an shoortcut on userse desktop, then I attached /ALLUSERS=2 to the command line, but this did not work out for me, is there anybody hwo knows to get this right.

http://www.imgburn.com/

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Henrik
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As ever, turn on MSI logging. http://itninja.com/question/wpsclient---silent-install7&mpage=1&key=voicewarmupѧ
Answered 02/27/2008 by: VBScab
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Hi Bob,

I have now done as described in the link you provided me with, but is doesn’t seems to work, when I add the command /r to the setup.exe it does not write anything to the %temp% folder.

Henrik
Answered 02/27/2008 by: dkelle
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...probably because *your* Setup stub doesn't support that switch. Use the policy .REG advice instead. Remember that, being a machine policy, it will log *all* MSI activity so you'll want to turn it off once you're done.

Because the log files are named randomly, there's no clue as to which belongs to which MSI. I normally use DOS's FIND command to quickly locate the one I'm interested in. Use the MSI name as the unique text to search for:

FIND /C /I [unique_text_to_search_for] %temp%\MSI*.LOG
Answered 02/27/2008 by: VBScab
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Hi folks,
you won't get a logfile, no matter what you are going try, because this setup was built with NSIS.
See: http://nsis.sourceforge.net/Docs/Chapter3.html#3.2 for the switches.
Regards, Nick
Answered 02/27/2008 by: nheim
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This is an old thread, I know, but age is irrelevant for default searches from search engines. This article pops up at the top.

So I did my own research and answered this question. Those looking to install ImgBurn silently have two options...

  1. Use the two case-sensitive switches /S and /NOCANDY. This is important, since you don't want to install the adware "OpenCandy" which ImgBurn deploys these days. Example: setupimgburn_2.5.8.0.exe /S /NOCANDY

  2. Use compression software (ie: 7Zip) to extract the installer file into a new folder. You'll get the executable along with its plugins all by itself. You can make your own deployment from there, but be sure to delete the file "OCSetupHlp.dll" from the "$PLUGINSDIR" folder since that's the OpenCandy software you don't want.

I deployment ImgBurn 2.5.8.0 on systems successfully with the option #1 above. I'm using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Update 1, but should work fine with other tools and applicances like Dell KACE 2000. Good luck!

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