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Sccm Command Line Install W/ Reg. Key


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Hello,

 

I have been working with this issue for a few days now and nothing I try seems to work properly. I have created a batch file with the appropriate command line, as well as entering the full command line into the SCCM program instructions, itself. I receive no errors and the setup.exe application appears for only a short time. Roxio is never installed.

 

I have included the command line currently in use by SCCM WITHOUT a batch file. Obviously, my registration key is omitted. Please do not site issues with a volume license key as the possible cause, as my company is a volume license customer and we are within our agreement to deploy the software in this fashion.

 

setup.exe /qn ROX_KEYTEXT=XX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX REBOOT=ReallySuppress DisableProducts=SMARTSOUND_50 MPI_EULA_ACCEPTED=1 NO_ONLINE_ACCESS=1

 

Again, this line is set within the program command line within SCCM. The package is not currently directed to a batch file. I have also attempted this command line with the addition of "msiexec.exe" before setup.exe, as well.

 

Thank you for your help.

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Hello,

 

I have been working with this issue for a few days now and nothing I try seems to work properly. I have created a batch file with the appropriate command line, as well as entering the full command line into the SCCM program instructions, itself. I receive no errors and the setup.exe application appears for only a short time. Roxio is never installed.

 

I have included the command line currently in use by SCCM WITHOUT a batch file. Obviously, my registration key is omitted. Please do not site issues with a volume license key as the possible cause, as my company is a volume license customer and we are within our agreement to deploy the software in this fashion.

 

setup.exe /qn ROX_KEYTEXT=XX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX REBOOT=ReallySuppress DisableProducts=SMARTSOUND_50 MPI_EULA_ACCEPTED=1 NO_ONLINE_ACCESS=1

 

Again, this line is set within the program command line within SCCM. The package is not currently directed to a batch file. I have also attempted this command line with the addition of "msiexec.exe" before setup.exe, as well.

 

Thank you for your help.

 

 

 

Were just fellow users on here, not Roxio employees. I suggest you call Roxio and discuss your volume licensing problem with them.

 

http://www.roxio.com/enu/company/vlp/default.html?rTrack=m_sto_volume

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Were just fellow users on here, not Roxio employees. I suggest you call Roxio and discuss your volume licensing problem with them.

 

http://www.roxio.com/enu/company/vlp/default.html?rTrack=m_sto_volume

 

As I stated in the OP, this is not a volume licensing issue. The above response should be disregarded.

 

If there is anyone with any experience packaging Roxio 2011 in SCCM, your help is appreciated.

 

Thanks.

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As I stated in the OP, this is not a volume licensing issue. The above response should be disregarded.

 

If there is anyone with any experience packaging Roxio 2011 in SCCM, your help is appreciated.

 

Thanks.

 

 

It sure sounded like a volume issue in your first post. You pay for tech support so you should use it. I doubt that you are going to get much help here.

 

 

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It sure sounded like a volume issue in your first post. You pay for tech support so you should use it. I doubt that you are going to get much help here.

 

Was that because I used the words? I guess I'm at a loss, here. I was under the impression that this was a discussion forum for installation questions.

 

I apologize for my misconception. I hope no one else opens this topic with the expectation that they might find something productive.

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Was that because I used the words? I guess I'm at a loss, here. I was under the impression that this was a discussion forum for installation questions.

 

I apologize for my misconception. I hope no one else opens this topic with the expectation that they might find something productive.

 

I have no idea what "words" you are referring to. You sure are a "touchy" customer.

Most of us here haven't a clue what SCCM is and that is why you are being referred to Roxio Customer service. That topic has never come up in this forum before.

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Was that because I used the words? I guess I'm at a loss, here. I was under the impression that this was a discussion forum for installation questions.

 

I apologize for my misconception. I hope no one else opens this topic with the expectation that they might find something productive.

 

I would bet you are safe with that hope. The forums are for folks who have the usual problems, not for a problem with a batch file used to install the program. :blink:

 

As was stated before, contact Roxio directly for help.

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