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The ByteGeek
post 14.03.2009 10:13
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I need to create a Network Agent silent install package for installation on a network which does not contain the administration server. (The server is co-located and serves several remote client sites.)

When I try to install a created package and the Admin server is not available, I still have to touch each machine to define the settings for the name/IPaddr of the remote admin server etc. I have remote management software in place on each machine that will run the install remotely, but it can't find the saved settings which I assume are stored in the database on the administration server.

Can anyone advise me on this? Any help will be appreciated.

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phr3n1c
post 14.03.2009 12:11
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Hi ByteGeek and welcome to the forum,

just copy the folder \\<servername>\KLSHARE\packages\<networkagentfolder> to the machines and start "lsexec.exe /S" without the quotes. This will install the Network Agent in silent mode with the settings configured in the Administration Kit.


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The ByteGeek
post 15.03.2009 19:56
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Hi ByteGeek and welcome to the forum,

just copy the folder \\<servername>\KLSHARE\packages\<networkagentfolder> to the machines and start "lsexec.exe /S" without the quotes. This will install the Network Agent in silent mode with the settings configured in the Administration Kit.


Thanks for your reply. It triggered another thought and I set it up as a network share. Works fine, and thanks again.
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stelben
post 16.03.2009 15:34
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Another option is to use Winrar and create a selfextracting archive with the lsexec.exe /s command once it't unpacked.
Then you simply distribute the exe-file, either by loginscript och link in an e-mail to the users or whatever...
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