The msiexec command is very useful if we got to uninstall VirusScan using a batch file.
But can it be used in order to make a customized installation?
msiexec installationfile.msi /menu1=choiceA /field2=valueB /checkbox3=yes_or_no
Otherwise, using the exe file:
installationfile.exe /menu1=choiceA /field2=valueB /checkbox3=yes_or_no
Thanks for your answer!
You can customise VirusScan with the Installation Designer- find it where you download your software on the downloads page using your grant number:
( I think for the US)
JaneMessage was edited by: jmcleish on 09/04/10 07:50:18 CDT
thought about installing using VSE setup.exe? We started installing our systems with msiexec, too but switched to the setup possibility when installing VSE85 and now VSE87. You can customize your installation with a lot of parameters explained in the installation guide of VSE. (Installation options and properties)
e.g. (from guide)
Silently install all features: setup.exe ADDLOCAL=ALL /q
Install more than one feature: Use a comma to separate more than one feature. For example, to install the on-access
scanner and Script Scan, run setup.exe ADDLOCAL=OnAccessScanner,ScriptScan /q
Install all features except one: setup.exe ADDLOCAL=ALL REMOVE=ScriptScan /q
Silently remove all features: setup.exe REMOVE=ALL /q
Install features using a loud installation: Omit the /q option in any of the command-line examples shown here.