I have the following instructions on doing a commandline silent install of Citrix EdgeSight 4.2:
[left]Msiexec /i \\servername\share\EdgeSightEPAgent /l Install_LOG.log /q[/left][left]COMPANY=MyCompany SERVER_NAME=myServer REMOTE_SECURITY=0[/left]SYNCH_AD_TREE=1

I'm using Orca to try and put this into an MST. While I found remote_security and synch_ad_tree parameters in the Property Table and changed them, I cannot find where to enter company or server_name, and, searching the MSI doesn't find them.

Doing a manual install, those two parameters come up as shown:



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Being kinda a newbie at doing this...how do I determine where to enter these two parameters so that I can make an MST?

Thanks!
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Sorry...I tried pasting screenshots, but, they didn't appear.

Basically, it's a typical GUI install, asking you to fill in the blank for Company and Server Name. I just can't find corresponding entries in the MSI, to make an MST with.

Thanks.
Answered 02/28/2008 by: gmouse
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These will be properties "behind" dialog controls, that's why you couldn't find them in the Property table. Have a look in the 'Property' column of the 'Control' table: you should find the properties there.

If you create and populate these two properties as new rows in your MST's 'Property' table, you'll find that the relevant dialog text-boxes will appear (during your testing) pre-populated with whatever values you assign to the properties.
You can then be assured that the silent install will proceed as expected.
Answered 02/28/2008 by: VBScab
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Thanks.

Yes, I saw them in the Control Table, but, didn't see a field to modify in that Table.

Soooo...the CORRECT thing to do is to add them to the Property Table, with the right values, or, is there a better way?

Also...if phrases have spaces, do I ever need to use "", in an MSI?

Thanks, again!
Answered 02/28/2008 by: gmouse
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ORIGINAL: gmouse
Soooo...the CORRECT thing to do is to add them to the Property Table, with the right values, or, is there a better way?
Correct.

ORIGINAL: gmouse
Also...if phrases have spaces, do I ever need to use "", in an MSI?
Not in the MSI itself, no. Well, unless you want quote marks in the text, of course! :)
Answered 02/28/2008 by: VBScab
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OK, THANKS!

I'll give it a try.
Answered 02/28/2008 by: gmouse
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