Command line working locally but not through SCCM
For this to work with SCCM, We need to extract the msi and delete (or ignore return code) two custom actions - AI_Scheduletask AI_Scheduletask2.
These customactions create 2 scheduled tasks (one for checking the update on 1st of every month and another task is deleted on logoff/login). So deleting these actions should not hamper the functionality of the application.
minitab18.104.22.168setup.exe /exenoui /exelang 1033 /qn /l*v c:\install.log ACCEPT_EULA=1 LICENSE_SERVER=[Licence server info removed]
This will show you what it's failing on.
Not sure what the 'REM' part of your command line above is, but it shouldn't be required.
What does SCCM say happened with the installation?
What about the Windows eventlog?
MSI (s) (38!EC) [10:04:16:153]: Product: Minitab 17 -- Error 4106. An error was encountered while creating a scheduled task: 'MssUpdater.job'. Error description: No mapping between account names and security IDs was done.
Error 4106. An error was encountered while creating a scheduled task: 'MssUpdater.job'. Error description: No mapping between account names and security IDs was done.
CustomAction AI_ScheduleTasks2 returned actual error code 1603 (note this may not be 100% accurate if translation happened inside sandbox)(Note the use of the 'Code' heading under the wand - it makes logs much easier to read).
It's not creating a scheduled task from a Custom Action inside the MSI.
Manually install on Windows 10 and verify what account the task is created to run with.
This installer was created with Caphyon Advanced Installer - there is a post on their forums about this kind of error, with someone linking to a list of valid system account values.
Verify the account it's running with, confirm that the account exists on a clean machine and search possible solutions to the error.
If the software is supported by the vendor for Windows 10, then it may be worth putting a support ticket in with them. They may have seen this issue before when running their software from SCCM.