Hi

Ive just setup a script to install UltraVNC v 1.0.9.6 and when it installs, it hangs on the downloading optional files section.

If i was to run the setup file manually, it works fine. Has anyone else come accross this?

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I am assuming that your kbox and the computer it is imaging are on a subnet that has access to the internet? Could you post the .inf file where you have your installation options, and possibly whatever other scripts your using for the install?
Answered 04/07/2011 by: dyehardfan
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Hey Guys

I am having the exact same issue here. just need to know the ini switch to use to not ask for optional downloads

ultravnc.ini
[Setup]
Lang=en
Dir=C:\Program Files\UltraVNC
Group=UltraVNC
NoIcons=0
SetupType=full
Components=ultravnc_server,ultravnc_viewer
Tasks=installservice,startservice,installmirror
Answered 10/11/2011 by: lowanna
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This may not be the issue, but the install loads a driver that may be causing a pop-up to install an untrusted blah blah blah ... the trick for me was to load the certificate for the driver first before install. I'll attach the cert and batch file (I think I have both certs from 10961 and 1056)

Rename the installcert file to .BAT and the other two to .CER (the forum would not accept those file types)



First steps of my script:

Log “VNC is being installed” to “output”.Edit

Launch “$(KACE_DEPENDENCY_DIR)\InstallUVNCCerts.bat” with params “”.Edit

----- Now continue on with your normal script steps.


Hope this helps.

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Answered 10/12/2011 by: jabelltulsa
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By the way, if you successfully install it on a machine first, you can find the driver and go to the file properties to get access to the certificate. There is an article out there somewhere.

Ahh ... here is the article I was thinking of :

https://forum.ultravnc.net/viewtopic.php?t=17562
Answered 10/12/2011 by: jabelltulsa
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