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I tried the procedure of version 5.x to use with version 6.2 but when deploying via sccm I get a MSI error, probably because the systemaccount under which the installation takes place is not a normal user-account like administrator.

So I extraxted the MSI out of the setup and I was able to install it with the DTOPSHORTCUTS=0 parameter (the only one I needed).

The dependecies VC2005 and VC2010 need to be installed on the client.

 

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Concurrent network version silent install for client: To install any version 5.x concurrent network version on a client computer, use this command, which must be all on one line: (installer program name).exe /s /v"SERIAL=(your serial number) COMPANYNAME=\"(your company name)\" ACTIVATIONID=(your activation ID) SERVERNAME=(portnumber)@(your server name) /qn" You should copy and paste the port number (if specified) and server name from the CLIENT.INI file; just remember to prefix quotes with a backslash \ as shown above in the COMPANYNAME property. Don't type the parentheses ( ) in the command line. Alternatively, if you have the CLIENT.INI file in the same location as the installer, you can use this simplified command form and the installer will read the parameter values from the CLIENT.INI file: (installer program name).exe /s /v"/qn" Standalone version silent install: To install any 5.x standalone (non-network) version and prompt the user to enter the Activation ID, use this command: (installer program name).exe /s /v"/qn" If you prefer to embed the Activation ID in the command rather than have users enter it, specify it this way: (installer program name).exe /s /v"ACTIVATIONID=this-user's-Activation-ID /qn" Enterprise network silent install: To install a 5.x network version on an individual user's computer, make sure that the CLIENT.INI file is in the same folder as the installer, then execute this command: (installer program name).exe /s /v"/qn" It is not possible to pre-activate the individual user's computer. To activate, use the NLicense utility as described in the network installer's Readme file. Variation (passive install): For any of the above commands, if you want a progress bar rather than a completely silent install, /qb instead of /qn will do that. If you make it /qb+ rather than /qn, you get a progress bar during install and a modal dialog at the end to announce that installation was successful. Variation (no desktop icons): The attended install has a checkbox for putting shortcuts on the desktop. To suppress those desktop shortcuts (equivalent to removing the check mark from the box), add the DTOPSHORTCUTS=0 parameter inside the quotes. For example, here's a specimen standalone install: (installer program name).exe /s /v"DTOPSHORTCUTS=0 SERIAL=(your serial number) ACTIVATIONID=(your Activation ID) COMPANYNAME=\"(your company name)\" /qr"
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C:\Program Files\Palisade\RISK5\ReadMe.wri

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MsiExec.exe /X{9B76BD42-3614-457B-B01F-230ABD92D321}

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