EPSON EasyMP Network Projection

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Most Common Setup Type
Windows Installer (Delivered as an EXE)
Average Package Difficulty Rating
Rated 3 / 5 (Average) based on 3 ratings
Most Commonly Reported Deployment Method
Vendor Provided Command Line (answer file driven)
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Command Line
This is valid for V. 2.8.6 . It took me around 2 Days to figure this out, but know everything is working fine.

How To silent install:
1. Download easyMP Network Projection: https://ftp.epson.com/drivers/epson16189.exe

2. Extract the downloaded .exe (with 7-Zip for example) and you will get a second .exe, extract this one also and you will get 2 folders(InstData and Language)

3.  Open InstData and go into "license" Folder. From there copy the desired language into InstData and after that delete the license folder 
Warning: If you do not delete the license Folder you will end up with a License Agreement Pop-Up during Silent Installation)

4. Create setup.iss (InstData\setup.exe /r f1C:\temp\install.iss)  
Warning: Always run cmd as Admin or you don't have all needed entries in your install.iss File)

5. How To Silent-Install: InstData\setup.exe /s install.iss
Warning: install.iss has to be in the same folder as setup.exe, Full Path to the iss File won't work with /s (try instead /s f1<path>)

The Uninstall-Part is a bit more complex. First of all read the Inventory Records for EasyMP Network Projection then do the following:
1. Move to C:\Program Files (x86)\InstallShield Installation Information\ . There you will find a Folder for each installed InstallShield-Exe. Locate the folder for easy MP Network Projection (the files in the folder will be the exactly same as in instData when you run the installation).

2. Copy the following command and change the Path to be correct for you:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\InstallShield Installation Information\{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}\setup.exe" -runfromtemp -l0x0407 -removeonly "C:\Program Files (x86)\InstallShield Installation Information\{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}\setup.exe" -runfr  /r f1c:\temp\uninstall.iss

3. Run the above command and you will get a working uninstall.iss for silent uninstall.

4. How To Silent-Uninstall:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\InstallShield Installation Information\{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}\setup.exe" -runfromtemp -l0x0407 -removeonly "C:\Program Files (x86)\InstallShield Installation Information\{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}\setup.exe" -runfr /s uninstall.iss
Warning: This will cause an automatic reboot when uninstall is finished (no prompt etc)
Note: Again the uninstall.iss File has to be in the same Folder as setup.exe(try to use /f1 instead). 

I don't know why you can't do the Steps for Silent-Uninstall with the setup.exe used for installation. I've tried it, but ended up alyways with a -3 Error (Required Data not found in the uninstall.iss file).
Setup Information:
Setup Type: Windows Installer (Delivered as an EXE)
Deployment Method Used: Vendor Provided Command Line (answer file driven)
Deployment Difficulty: Average
Platform(s): Windows
  • AF JustinKS is spot on with the installation instructions & .ini settings. To get your own silent installer from Epson, email Epson Customer Support (epson1@mailca.custhelp.com) & simply request it. They sent me the download link within 24 hours. It works great!

    In addition to modifying the nscsettings.ini file, I actually wrote a small batch file that ran the installer, waited (because the installer calls other executables), then ran a quick little .vbs script to pin the EasyMP shortcut to the taskbar.

    Zipped the modified ini & new batch file along with all the other contents of the "Perfect Silent" folder (from Epson's original that you'll download link: NSCV286Win_PerfectSilent.zip), uploaded to K1000 EasyMP 2.86 inventory, then made a Managed Installation that overwrites the default installation (so I could use my .bat file) & deletes downloaded files.
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Command Line
I spoke to Epson about this and they provide a totally separate installer for silent installs.  they do not provide an msi, but I thought people might be interested in the document that comes with teh silent installer (ENP286Win_Silent)

 

 

 

[Method to change the mask image] The features and options of silent installation version
The features of the silent installation version:
The silent installation version does not display any messages while this software is installed to PC.
ü A message does not appear when the installing is completed.
ü The PC is rebooted without a message when user updates this software from previous version and PC requires a restart.
User can specify the massage and behavior of installation as installation option as follows.

Installation’s Options
User specifies the following options.
Format:
>EMP_NSCInstSilent.exe /xxxxx


Installation Options
Parameters Descriptions
/ep_reboot PC is rebooted when user wants to reboot after the installation is completed.
/ep_disp_end The completed message is displayed on a screen when the installation is completed.
/ep_disp_restart The message to reboot a PC is displayed on a screen when user updates the software from previous version.

Options of initial settings:
User can specify the initial setting by specifying the following values in “nscsettings.ini”. The “nscsettings,ini” is in “InstData” folder.

Initial settings
Section name Key name Key value and descriptions
[initialize] StartNICType [Features]
Specify the initial network adaptors that user uses when starting EasyMP Network Projection.

[Value]
0: Not specify the network adaptor automatically. (User specifies the network adaptor manually when user starts EasyMP Network Projection.
1: Specify the used network adaptor automatically.
2: Specify the wireless network adaptor automatically when user starts EasyMP Network Projection.
3: Specify the wired network adaptor automatically when user starts EasyMP Network Projection.

Default settings: 0


StartMode [Features]
Specify the start mode of EasyMP Network Projection

[Value]
0: Select the start mode when user starts EasyMP Network Projection
1: Specify Quick Connection mode when user starts EasyMP Network Projection
2: Specify Advanced Connection mode when user starts EasyMP Network Projection

Default: 0
StartSearchType [Features]
Specify the search mode when user starts EasyMP Network Projection.

[Values]
0:EasyMP Network Projection searches projectors by “Automatic Search”
1: Select the search mode when user starts EasyMP Network Projection.
2: EasyMP Network Projection searches projectors by what user used last time.

Default: 0
FullScreenMovie [Features]
Enable “full-screen video transfer” mode ON/OFF.

[Values]
0: Disable “full-screen video transfer”
1: Enable “full-screen video transfer”

Default: 1
InstallVirtualDisplay [Features]
Enable / Disable EPSON Virtual Display function.

[Values]
0: No install “Add/Remove EPSON Virtual Display” to PC.
1: Install “Add/Remove EPSON Virtual Display” to PC.

Default: 1
InstallVirtualDisplayNum [Features]
Specify the number of installing EPSON Virtual Display .
(User can use this option when “InstallVirtualDisplay” Key is set to 1.)

0: No install EPSON Virtual Display
1: Install one EPSON Virtual Display to PC
2: Install two EPSON Virtual Displays to PC
3: Install three EPSON Virtual Displays to PC
4: Install four EPSON Virtual Displays to PC

Default : 1

A example of “nscsettings.ini”:
[initialize]
StartNICType=0
StartMode=2
StartSearchType=1
FullScreenMovie=1
InstallVirtualDisplay=1
InstallVirtualDisplayNum=2

Select the mask image in “Presentation mode”
The mask image is displayed on a screen when user select “presentation mode” and Slide Show is not playing.
User can specify the used image by the following setting.

1. Prepare the image file (.jpg) you want to use
2. Rename the prepared file “Image.jpg”.
3. Save “iage.jpg” file in “InstData”.
4. Execute EMP_NSCInstSilent.exe

(Notice!!)
The file name should be “image.jpg”. If the name of the put file is different from “image.jpg”, the put file “image.jpg” is not installed to PC.

Install the used profile
User can install the used profile by the following operation.

[Method to install the used profile]
1. Export profile files
2. Rename the profile “Profile_e.plist” and “Profile_s.plist”. “Profile_e.plist” is for Quick connection mode. And “Profile_s.plist” is for Advanced connection mode.
3. Save “Profile_e.plist” and “Profile_s.plist” in “InstData” folder.
4. Execute EMP_NSCInstSilent.exe

(Notice!!)
The file name should be the same as original file “Profile_e.plist” and “Profile_s.plist”.
If the names of the put files are different from “Profile_e.plist” and “Profile_s.plist”, the profiles files are not installed to PC.

After user install EasyMP Network Projection, “Profile_e.plist” and “Profile_s.plist” files are saved in the following folders. When user uninstalls EasyMP Network Projection, these files are not removed from the following folder.
User needs to delete these files from the following folder is necessary.

[Saved folder]
WindowsXP
System:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION\EMP NS Connection

WindowsVista
System:\ProgramData\SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION\EMP NS Connection

Windows7
System:\ProgramData\SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION\EMP NS Connection

Setup Information:
Setup Type: Windows Installer (Delivered as an EXE)
Deployment Method Used: Vendor Provided Command Line (switch driven)
Deployment Difficulty: Average
Platform(s): Windows
  • Thanks so much for listing the ini settings! In past versions I had to write a Powershell script to modify the registry settings! You made it soooo much easier.

    For anyone looking to get your own silent installer from Epson, email Epson Customer Support (epson1@mailca.custhelp.com) & simply request it. They sent me the download link within 24 hours. It works great!
  • I just emailed epson too. I hope they send me the file as this will save me the headache of having to install this by hand on like 100+ computers for all our projectors in our classrooms. If a newer version becomes available is there an upgrade path? Like is it possible to just install the updated version over the current version? I hope so. I do not even really care about the profiles all that much as teachers can grab the IP of the projector and set that up again.
  • I want to add that this install works flawlessly and even upgrades old versions (at least it did when I tested upgrading versions 2.7x or higher)

    Anyone got any tips for adding the firewall exception? I tried using netsh advfirewall firewall add program and that adds the correct information but when the program is launched it still prompts to add the exception to the firewall and will not go away. It is kind of a pain in the butt since our users are not admins so they cannot add the exception
    • yeah, we have the same problem. I've told our users to just ignore the prompt - they can click "No" and it shouldn't pop up again. this will not prevent the program from working properly either.
      • It is annoying. For some users hitting NO does not make it go away.. Not sure why.. Then they freak out when they see the prompt. I was hoping to suppress it somehow.
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Epson Easy MP 2.87

NB - Epson Easy MP is not possible to install completely silently as there is a EULA popup, hence I use Autoit3 for this particular software.
Additionally the software will write a log file to your installation folder, so no matter what it must have read access, or it will fail
To overcome this the installation directory gets copied to a temporary folder when installing

1) Create an installation folder - I called it Epson-EasyMP
2) Create setup.iss in root install folder

setup.iss
[InstallShield Silent]
Version=v7.00
File=Response File
[File Transfer]
OverwrittenReadOnly=NoToAll
[Application]
Name=EasyMP Network Projection Ver.2.87
Version=2.8.7.0
Company=SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION
Lang=0409
[{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}-DlgOrder]
Dlg0={4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}-SdWelcome-0
Count=4
Dlg1={4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}-SdLicense-0
Dlg2={4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}-SdAskDestPath-0
Dlg3={4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}-SdFinish-0
[{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}-SdWelcome-0]
Result=1
[{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}-SdLicense-0]
Result=1
[{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}-SdAskDestPath-0]
szDir=C:\Program Files (x86)\EPSON Projector\EasyMP Network Projection V2
Result=1
[{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}-SdFinish-0]
Result=1
bOpt1=0
bOpt2=0
3) extract InstData to subfolder InstData - Remove all folders except license

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4) Create EasyMP install.au3 in root install folder

EasyMP install.au3

#cs ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

AutoIt Version: 3.3.14.2
Author: ndog

Tested and working in these OSes:
Windows 10 64bit

Script Function:
Install Epson-EasyMP 2.8.7
There is no way to completely silently install this software
Requires EULA popup to be closed to continue

#ce ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

$g_szVersion = "iNsTaLlSoFtWaRe"
If WinExists($g_szVersion) Then Exit
AutoItWinSetTitle($g_szVersion)

#requireadmin

; Install file variables
Dim $install[1][7]
$s_id = 0 ;install directory - where install file is located
$s_if = 1 ;install file - msi or exe
$s_is = 2 ;install switch - silent switch used
$s_rk = 3 ;registry key - Key to search for in registry
$s_dn = 4 ;registry display name - DisplayName string to search for in registry
$s_dv = 5 ;registry version number - DisplayVersion string to search for in registry - ensure using 'quotes' to set variable as numerical value
$s_tv = 6 ;internal variable used to set detected DisplayVersion if match found in a registry location

; create array of software to install
$install[0][0] = @TempDir & '\Epson-EasyMP\InstData'
$install[0][1] = 'setup.exe'
$install[0][2] = '-s -f1"' & @TempDir & '\Epson-EasyMP\setup.iss"'
$install[0][3] = '{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}'
$install[0][4] = 'EasyMP Network Projection Ver.2.87'
$install[0][5] = '2.8.7.0'

$title = "EasyMP Network Projection Setup"


; registry locations with product uninstall keys
Dim $regU[3]
$regU[0] = 'HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall'
$regU[1] = 'HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall'
$regU[2] = 'HKLM64\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall'

; scan registry for 'DisplayVersion' string to determine if software is already installed
For $r = 0 To UBound($regU) - 1 ; Loop through uninstall locations in registry
ConsoleWrite('Check registry location [' & $r & '] - ' & $regU[$r] & @CRLF)
For $i = 0 To UBound($install, 1) - 1 ; Loop through $install packages
$regKey = $regU[$r] & '\' & $install[$i][$s_rk]
$regDisplayVersion = RegRead($regKey, 'DisplayVersion')
If $regDisplayVersion = "" Then
ConsoleWrite($install[$i][$s_dn] & ' DisplayVersion not located here' & @CRLF)
ContinueLoop ; Nothing found in the registry, go to next iteration of loop
Else
ConsoleWrite($install[$i][$s_dn] & ' DisplayVersion located here: ' & $regDisplayVersion & @CRLF)
$install[$i][$s_tv] = $regDisplayVersion ; existing installed version found in the registry, add string to array
EndIf
Next
Next

; 'DisplayVersion' check if differs or missing, determine if software needs to be installed
ConsoleWrite(@CRLF) ; write a blank line to console
For $i = 0 To UBound($install, 1) - 1
If $install[$i][$s_if] = "" Then ContinueLoop ; empty Array, Continue
If $install[$i][$s_tv] = "" Then ; existing installation not found, install
ConsoleWrite($install[$i][$s_dn] & ' ' & $install[$i][$s_dv] & ' is not installed. Installing for first time...' & @CRLF)
Install($install[$i][$s_id], $install[$i][$s_if], $install[$i][$s_is])
Else ; existing installation found
If $install[$i][$s_tv] = $install[$i][$s_dv] Then
ConsoleWrite($install[$i][$s_dn] & ' ' & $install[$i][$s_dv] & ' already installed. Skipping...' & @CRLF) ; DisplayVersion in the registry matches the version being installed
ElseIf $install[$i][$s_tv] < $install[$i][$s_dv] Then ; Older version is installed, install newer version
ConsoleWrite($install[$i][$s_dn] & ' ' & $install[$i][$s_tv] & ' is installed. Installing newer version...' & @CRLF)
Install($install[$i][$s_id], $install[$i][$s_if], $install[$i][$s_is])
Else
ConsoleWrite($install[$i][$s_dn] & ' ' & $install[$i][$s_tv] & ' is already installed which is a newer version than this installer: ' & $install[$i][$s_dv] & '. Skipping...' & @CRLF)
EndIf
EndIf
Next

; end of script

; function to install software
Func Install($installfileparentdir, $installfileexe, $switch)
$processname = $installfileexe

$sTempDir = @TempDir & '\Epson-EasyMP'
DirCreate($sTempDir)
DirCopy(@ScriptDir, $sTempDir, 1)

$installfullpath = _PathFull($installfileparentdir & '\' & $installfileexe)
ConsoleWrite('Installing - ' & $installfullpath & @CRLF)
If FileExists($installfullpath) Then
$ext = stringRight($installfullpath, 4)
If $ext = '.exe' Then
Run($installfullpath & ' ' & $switch)
ElseIf $ext = '.msi' Then
Run(@SystemDir & '\msiexec.exe /i "'& $installfullpath & '" ' & $switch)
ProcessWait($processname) ; not tested
EndIf

Else
MsgBox(0, 'Installation Error', 'Cannot locate ' & $installfullpath, 5)
EndIf
While ProcessExists($processname)
If WinExists($title) Then
ControlClick($title, "", "Button2")
Sleep(1000)
Else
Sleep(200)
EndIf
WEnd
ConsoleWrite('Installation complete' & @CRLF)
EndFunc


; Internal Functions

; #FUNCTION# ====================================================================================================================
; Author ........: Valik (Original function and modification to rewrite), tittoproject (Rewrite)
; Modified.......:
; ===============================================================================================================================
Func _PathFull($sRelativePath, $sBasePath = @WorkingDir)
If Not $sRelativePath Or $sRelativePath = "." Then Return $sBasePath

; Normalize slash direction.
Local $sFullPath = StringReplace($sRelativePath, "/", "\") ; Holds the full path (later, minus the root)
Local Const $sFullPathConst = $sFullPath ; Holds a constant version of the full path.
Local $sPath ; Holds the root drive/server
Local $bRootOnly = StringLeft($sFullPath, 1) = "\" And StringMid($sFullPath, 2, 1) <> "\"

If $sBasePath = Default Then $sBasePath = @WorkingDir

; Check for UNC paths or local drives. We run this twice at most. The
; first time, we check if the relative path is absolute. If it's not, then
; we use the base path which should be absolute.
For $i = 1 To 2
$sPath = StringLeft($sFullPath, 2)
If $sPath = "\\" Then
$sFullPath = StringTrimLeft($sFullPath, 2)
Local $nServerLen = StringInStr($sFullPath, "\") - 1
$sPath = "\\" & StringLeft($sFullPath, $nServerLen)
$sFullPath = StringTrimLeft($sFullPath, $nServerLen)
ExitLoop
ElseIf StringRight($sPath, 1) = ":" Then
$sFullPath = StringTrimLeft($sFullPath, 2)
ExitLoop
Else
$sFullPath = $sBasePath & "\" & $sFullPath
EndIf
Next

; If this happens, we've found a funky path and don't know what to do
; except for get out as fast as possible. We've also screwed up our
; variables so we definitely need to quit.
; If $i = 3 Then Return ""

; A path with a drive but no slash (e.g. C:Path\To\File) has the following
; behavior. If the relative drive is the same as the $BasePath drive then
; insert the base path. If the drives differ then just insert a leading
; slash to make the path valid.
If StringLeft($sFullPath, 1) <> "\" Then
If StringLeft($sFullPathConst, 2) = StringLeft($sBasePath, 2) Then
$sFullPath = $sBasePath & "\" & $sFullPath
Else
$sFullPath = "\" & $sFullPath
EndIf
EndIf

; Build an array of the path parts we want to use.
Local $aTemp = StringSplit($sFullPath, "\")
Local $aPathParts[$aTemp[0]], $j = 0
For $i = 2 To $aTemp[0]
If $aTemp[$i] = ".." Then
If $j Then $j -= 1
ElseIf Not ($aTemp[$i] = "" And $i <> $aTemp[0]) And $aTemp[$i] <> "." Then
$aPathParts[$j] = $aTemp[$i]
$j += 1
EndIf
Next

; Here we re-build the path from the parts above. We skip the
; loop if we are only returning the root.
$sFullPath = $sPath
If Not $bRootOnly Then
For $i = 0 To $j - 1
$sFullPath &= "\" & $aPathParts[$i]
Next
Else
$sFullPath &= $sFullPathConst
; If we detect more relative parts, remove them by calling ourself recursively.
If StringInStr($sFullPath, "..") Then $sFullPath = _PathFull($sFullPath)
EndIf

; Clean up the path.
Do
$sFullPath = StringReplace($sFullPath, ".\", "\")
Until @extended = 0
Return $sFullPath
EndFunc ;==>_PathFull


5) Copy AutoIt3.exe to root install folder
6) Create install.cmd in root install folder

install.cmd
@echo off&cls

:: Installer must be copied to a temporary location where write access is given in the root of the installer
:: Running from non-writable UNC path will cause script to exit without running

title EasyMP projector
echo Installing EasyMP Network Projection, Please wait...

:: create setup.iss (c:\windows\setup.iss)
REM "%~dp0\InstData\setup.exe" -r

:: silently install easyMP Network projection
if not exist "%temp%\AutoIt3.exe" copy /y "%~dp0AutoIt3.exe" "%temp%" >nul
"%temp%\AutoIt3.exe" "%~dp0EasyMP install.au3"
Done. Run install.cmd to install the software.









Setup Information:
Setup Type: unspecified
Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s):
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Script
To suppress the prompt asking for firewall exceptions to be created, you must create Windows Firewall rules locally, not via Group Policy. The software does not correctly check for the presence of firewall rules created via GPO*.

I used the following PowerShell script on Windows 8.1 x64 to create inbound and outbound rules. Replace %ProgramFiles(x86)% with %ProgramFiles% if you are installing on 32-bit Windows. Once this script was run, EasyMP no longer prompted to create rules at startup.

New-NetFirewallRule -Direction Inbound -DisplayName "EasyMP Network Projection" -Program "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\EPSON Projector\EasyMP Network Projection V2\EMP_NSC.exe" -Action Allow -EdgeTraversalPolicy Allow
New-NetFirewallRule -Direction Outbound -DisplayName "EasyMP Network Projection" -Program "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\EPSON Projector\EasyMP Network Projection V2\EMP_NSC.exe" -Action Allow

* This is probably due to it only checking for rules under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SharedAccess\Parameters\FirewallPolicy\FirewallRules, whereas GPO firewall rules are defined in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\WindowsFirewall\FirewallRules
Setup Information:
Setup Type: Legacy Setup with command line support
Deployment Method Used: Vendor Provided Command Line (answer file driven)
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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Some modification has been done in previous and it worked for me with batch file. No uninstall.iss require for uninstall.

Note : If other version or same version is already installed then setup will uninstall it first and reboot is must require before installation.
The uninstall command will not run silently and user interaction is require. So to avoid this situation and install latest version without reboot follow below steps

How To silent install:
1. Download easyMP Network Projection: https://ftp.epson.com/drivers/epson16189.exe

2. Extract the downloaded .exe (with 7-Zip for example) and you will get a second .exe, extract this one also and you will get 2 folders(InstData and Language)

3.  Open InstData and go into "license" Folder. From there copy the desired language into InstData and after that delete the license folder 
Warning: If you do not delete the license Folder you will end up with a License Agreement Pop-Up during Silent Installation)

4. Create setup.iss (InstData\setup.exe /r f1C:\temp\install.iss)  
Warning: Always run cmd as Admin or you don't have all needed entries in your install.iss File) Copy install.iss and paste into InstData folder

5. How To Silent-Install: \InstData\setup.exe -s -f1\InstData\install.iss
Warning: install.iss has to be in the same folder as setup.exe

The batch file will look like this: (Without reboot latest version will install )
if exist "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\EPSON Projector" rd /s /q "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\EPSON Projector"
if exist "%ProgramFiles%\EPSON Projector" rd /s /q "%ProgramFiles%\EPSON Projector"
if exist "%ProgramData%\SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION" rd /s /q "%ProgramData%\SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION"
if exist "%commonprogramfiles(x86)%EPSON Projector" rd /s /q "%commonprogramfiles(x86)%EPSON Projector"
if exist "%commonprogramfiles%EPSON Projector" rd /s /q "%commonprogramfiles%EPSON Projector"
if exist "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\InstallShield Installation Information\{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}" rd /s /q "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\InstallShield Installation Information\{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}"
if exist "%ProgramData%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\EPSON Projector" rd /s /q "%ProgramData%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\EPSON Projector"
reg add "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION" /f
reg delete "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION" /f

:: Start of Installation
::Installation path
....\InstData\setup.exe -s -f1....\InstData\install.iss

::END



Setup Information:
Setup Type: Windows Installer (Delivered as an EXE)
Deployment Method Used: Vendor Provided Command Line (switch driven)
Deployment Difficulty: Average
Platform(s): Windows
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EasyMP Network Projection

Version

2.7.6.0

Uninstall String

"C:\Program Files\InstallShield Installation Information\{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}\setup.exe" -runfromtemp -l0x0407 -removeonly "C:\Program Files\InstallShield Installation Information\{4A515955-A3D4-4FE6-98C0-E7987FF3279A}\setup.exe" -runfr

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