I'm trying to find the Silent install for the EasyMP Network Connection for the Ceiling mounted Epson Projectors. I extracted the original exe out to get to the setup.exe and I've tried many different combos of known parameters to try a silent install with no luck, it keeps installing interactively. Plz help! [8|]
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After many try i found a silent installation way, here it is.

unzip the exe file. You'll have now a setup.exe file. Unzip it too.
Then you get 2 folders : Instdata and language.
Open a command prompt on the folder Instdata. You must be inside Instadata to run the following command :

setup.exe /r
Answer all windows like you do for a normal install.
When done, the installation ends.
No navigate to your windows folder and copy the setup.iss file to the Insdata folder

Now you want to run the install silently ? so simply run setup.exe /s

It will read all informations stored in the iss file.
Be sure to uninstall previous version before running both above commands, otherwise the installation will failed
Answered 10/05/2011 by: orlith
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  • So there is no way to use this method to keep the software up to date.?? I have many of these projectors and it is a paint to have to run around or remote to each computer to install and update this when needed.

    Maybe a fancy script to uninstall the previous version before the new version is installed??
    • Hey
      if you're playing with a msi file take a look at this script. there is founction to uninstall.
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Epson has released an msi version of the EasyMP client. It's not version 2.76. However, the only place you can download it is from the Epson UK site.

Here is a Google shortened link: http://goo.gl/hv69E

Once downloaded you can use your normal MSI commands to install: msiexec /i [file.msi] /qr is my command

Thanks, Ted
Answered 01/18/2012 by: greenerrabbit
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