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DSARick

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I just updated to KMS 6.4. Is there a way to silently deploy the KOC? I have http disabled and want to keep it that way. This means that I need to manually install KOC on each workstation. Is there a switch in the KOC installer that will allow me to do a silent deploy?

I've tried /s, /q, /s/v/qn and none work.

I know there has to be a way since Kerio is using the Microsoft installer.

Thanks in advance.
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slylabs13

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If at the command prompt you type the path to the MSI file followed by a forward slash and question mark (I renamed mine to KOC.MSI for simplicity) as in "C:\KOC.MSI /?" it will tell you what switches you can use. I used /quiet and it worked locally.

I then tried to push it out using PSTOOLS PSEXEC command, but it will not copy to the remote machine. Very odd. I used:

psexec \\* -u adminname -c C:\KOC.MSI /quiet

It complained that the path could not be found. I have pushed other batch files out this way, so I am uncertain why this is not working. Maybe there is some kind of Windows policy that blocks the transfer of installers??
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subnet

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hi slylabs,

Use the following command :

psexec \\* -i -c -u adminname "C:\KOC.MSI /quiet"

try it with the quotations or if it is not working try it without them!
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slylabs13

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This did not work. So I manually copied the file to the C drive of the remote computer using the administrative hidden share. I then ran the command again and got the same result. "The system cannot find the file specified." I am beginning to think this is a problem with psexec now.
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slylabs13

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Works with batch files, but not with msi installers. Maybe this is a restriction for security reasons?
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