Citrix offline plug-in

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Command Line
Running
"CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe" /?
indicates you can use
"CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe" /Q
for quite mode install. You can use other options to extract the files and use the MSI. You can use the MSI installer as well. If you do that you will also get the VCREDIST.msi that will need to be installed if it isn't already. I'll let someone else write the MSI install. ;)

Since this is a packaged install with internal msi install, you can do the following to perform an install with the progress bar, prevents the automatic restart, and creates a log file:
"CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe" /c:"setup.exe /qb /norestart /l c:\CitrixOfflinePlugin.log"
Setup Information:
Setup Type: unspecified
Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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Command Line
To deploy the plug-in using command-line parameters, use the following steps:

1.On the computer where you want to install the Plug-in package, type the following at a command prompt to open the Offline Plug-in file and extract the CitrixOfflinePlugin.msi file:
“[path]/CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe” /C:”setup [Options]”

where path is the location of the .exe file.

2.Set the options. [Options] can be any of the traditional MSI command-line parameters. Set your extraction options as needed. Examples of parameters that are supported:* /Q suppresses the extraction dialog box.
* /T: full path specifies the temporary working folder in which to extract the files.
* /C extracts files only to the folder when used also with /T. Use this only if you are not including a command-line.
* /C:[Cmd ] overrides the install command, where Cmd is the command-line that runs after extracting the files to the temporary folder.
For Cmd, set command-line properties as needed. The following properties are supported to set the user interface level and other options:

* /qn executes a completely silent installation; no user interface.
* /qb shows simple progress and error handling; a basic user interface.
* /qf shows a full user interface (default).
* /qr shows a reduced user interface.
* /l ““[logfile]”” creates a verbose install log where logfile is the path and filename for where to save the log. Use double double-quotes for a path with spaces.
* /norestart prevents restarting of the user device following the installation.
* /restart initiates a restart automatically (without prompting) upon successful completion of the installation.
Locations with spaces must be enclosed with quotes; however, only single sets of double quotes are allowed, and nested double quotes causes the command to fail. In cases where a nested quote is required inside the double quotes, use double double-quotes on each end of the expression.

Type the following at a command prompt, where package is the name of the Windows Installer installation package and TransformList is the list of the transforms that you want to apply:

CitrixOfflinePlugin /I package TRANSFORMS=[TransformList].mst

If you are applying multiple transforms, separate each transform with a semicolon.

The following examples demonstrate valid command-lines:

* To simply extract files: “path\ CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe” /C /T:“c:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\Streaming Client”
* To run a silent install with no options: “path\ CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe” /C:“setup /qr”
* To add some options: “path\X CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe” /C:“setup /qr INSTALLDIR=““C:\Program Files\Citrix\Streaming Client”” /norestart /l ““c:\Log Files\streaming.log”””
* With some options and a transform: “path\ CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe” /C:“setup /qr INSTALLDIR=““C:\Program Files\Citrix\Streaming Client”” /norestart /l ““c:\Log Files\streaming.log”” TRANSFORMS=““C:\some_transform.mst”””

source> support.citrix.com
Setup Information:
Setup Type: unspecified
Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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Command Line
To deploy the plug-in using command-line parameters, use the following steps:

1.On the computer where you want to install the Plug-in package, type the following at a command prompt to open the Offline Plug-in file and extract the CitrixOfflinePlugin.msi file:
“[path]/CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe” /C:”setup [Options]”

where path is the location of the .exe file.

2.Set the options. [Options] can be any of the traditional MSI command-line parameters. Set your extraction options as needed. Examples of parameters that are supported:* /Q suppresses the extraction dialog box.
* /T: full path specifies the temporary working folder in which to extract the files.
* /C extracts files only to the folder when used also with /T. Use this only if you are not including a command-line.
* /C:[Cmd ] overrides the install command, where Cmd is the command-line that runs after extracting the files to the temporary folder.
For Cmd, set command-line properties as needed. The following properties are supported to set the user interface level and other options:

* /qn executes a completely silent installation; no user interface.
* /qb shows simple progress and error handling; a basic user interface.
* /qf shows a full user interface (default).
* /qr shows a reduced user interface.
* /l ““[logfile]”” creates a verbose install log where logfile is the path and filename for where to save the log. Use double double-quotes for a path with spaces.
* /norestart prevents restarting of the user device following the installation.
* /restart initiates a restart automatically (without prompting) upon successful completion of the installation.
Locations with spaces must be enclosed with quotes; however, only single sets of double quotes are allowed, and nested double quotes causes the command to fail. In cases where a nested quote is required inside the double quotes, use double double-quotes on each end of the expression.

Type the following at a command prompt, where package is the name of the Windows Installer installation package and TransformList is the list of the transforms that you want to apply:

CitrixOfflinePlugin /I package TRANSFORMS=[TransformList].mst

If you are applying multiple transforms, separate each transform with a semicolon.

The following examples demonstrate valid command-lines:

* To simply extract files: “path\ CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe” /C /T:“c:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\Streaming Client”
* To run a silent install with no options: “path\ CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe” /C:“setup /qr”
* To add some options: “path\X CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe” /C:“setup /qr INSTALLDIR=““C:\Program Files\Citrix\Streaming Client”” /norestart /l ““c:\Log Files\streaming.log”””
* With some options and a transform: “path\ CitrixOfflinePlugin.exe” /C:“setup /qr INSTALLDIR=““C:\Program Files\Citrix\Streaming Client”” /norestart /l ““c:\Log Files\streaming.log”” TRANSFORMS=““C:\some_transform.mst”””

source> support.citrix.com
Setup Information:
Setup Type: unspecified
Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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offline plug-in

Version

5.2.0.1227

Contact

Citrix Systems, Inc.

Uninstall String

MsiExec.exe /X{05F3B36D-1334-43F1-8D44-7C0EF996D326}

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