Using ORCA, I created a transform to permit the
installation via Windows Installer
(required for GPO deployment).
The default action when running the MSI is to alert that
your not using setup.exe. I get around this by changing
the conditions required for Stand Alone actions in the
Execute and UI Sequence tables.
Also; if using the Dell provided Intel Wireless
software for v13.0; the default language is Arabic;
your GPO needs to be set to ignore language settings
for this MSI.
The MSI contains the following:
We were able to just use standard switches on the "Intel PROSet Wireless.msi" During our automation for this deployment we used the following: /qb! REBOOT=ReallySupress and then had a later reboot
While this does install the software and it works it did not do the integration we needed for ThinkVantage Access connect. We were forced to use the Autorun.exe /QN method.
You can use /QN on the Autorun.exe to make this package install silently
Example: [Path where the files were extracted]\Autorun /QN
Using this method was the only way we were able to get the seemless integration with ThinkVantage Access Connect to work. But the problem with this method is the Atorun.exe calls a Setup.exe and releases so we needed to build wait times in our script
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