Packaging Visio Viewer - MST problem

I have checked the packages repository and see there are a few methods for Visio Viewer. It all makes sense, but I am having a little trouble...

I have extracted the vviewer.exe file to a directory and moved everything to a network directory.
Using Wise Package Studio 5.52 I have created a Transform file with the InstallTailor.

I have added the following properties:

ACCEPTEULA (set to 1)
ASSOCIATE (set to 1)

However, when I run this MSI and MST together I get an error stating "The EULA was not accepted"

Any ideas as to what Im doing wrong?

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Answers (3)

Posted by: WiseUser 15 years ago
Fourth Degree Brown Belt
Why did you create a transform? What should it do?

Have you tried the original MSI alone without the transform?

msiexec /qb /i your.msi ALLUSERS=1 ACCEPTEULA=1 ASSOCIATE=1
Posted by: sixdoubleo 15 years ago
Senior Yellow Belt
Actually I found the problem.... I didn't create an admin install of the original MSI. Once I did that and answered the EULA in the admin install, it worked great.

But that brings up another question I have.... If I'm using GPO to deploy software...where I can only use MSI's and MST's, what is the best way to invoke a command line like that? I see lots of people using command-line solutions to install software but if I'm limited to an MSI/MST, how can I use these command-lines?
Posted by: meastaugh1 15 years ago
Senior Purple Belt
As I understand it, adding ALLUSERS=1 ACCEPTEULA=1 ASSOCIATE=1 to the property table in your transform is the equivalent of the above command line.

I guess you'd use the command line for testing purposes.
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