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Mindmanager 8

hey guys,

 

can someone telling me whats wrong with my string? its makes me crazy...thx for your help.

C:\Windows\system32>"\\SERVER\Mindjet MindManager 8.0 G 235\mm80-g-2
35.exe" /s INSTALLDIR=\"C:\Programme (x86)\Mindjet\MindManager 8\" LICENSEKEY=\" xxxx \" /Li "%Temp%\Mindmanager8.log

 





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Posted by: dunnpy 8 years ago
Red Belt
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I would think that you're missing a '/v' to pass the parameters to msiexec - INSTALLDIR onwards. '/s /v INSTALLDIR=.....'

Also you have a '\' after the '=' on the INSTALLDIR that doesn't look right.

 

Why not extract the MSI and create an MST with those Public Properties in it? It would make things a lot easier.

 

Hope that helps,

Dunnpy

Posted by: blackbyte 8 years ago
Blue Belt
1

i tested this string for a few sec. and get this message... o_O


"\\*server*\Mindjet MindManager 8.0 G 235\mm80-g-235.exe" /Li "%Temp%\Mindmanager8.log /s EULA_REGION="1" INSTALLDIR="C:\Programme (x86)\Mindjet\MindManager 8\" LICENSEKEY=" xxxxxx " /qn



Comments:
  • i deployed the most with a batch file...its easier for me....ok not now o_O - blackbyte 8 years ago
Posted by: dunnpy 8 years ago
Red Belt
1

So it's giving you the command line parameters you can use, and it notes the '/v' I mentioned to pass parameters to msiexec.

Try the below command line:

"\\*server*\Mindjet MindManager 8.0 G 235\mm80-g-235.exe"/S /v/qn EULA_REGION="1" INSTALLDIR="C:\Programme (x86)\Mindjet\MindManager 8\" LICENSEKEY=" XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX" /Li "%Temp%\Mindmanager8.log

Dunnpy

 

 


Comments:
  • Opps! I copied bits from your command line there and didn't notice the C:\Programme (x86) - that of course should be C:\Program Files (x86) - dunnpy 8 years ago
  • Also, I hope that's not your actual license key - you shouldn't be posting that!
    I'll edit my post to remove the key itself, I suggest you do the same to your post. - dunnpy 8 years ago
Posted by: blackbyte 8 years ago
Blue Belt
1

first: thx dunnpy.

i downloaded the msi. and used this string:


Call Msiexec /i "\\*server*\Applications\Mindjet MindManager 8.0 G 235\Mindjet MindManager 8 Admin.msi" /qn INSTALLDIR="C:\Program Files (x86)\Mindjet\MindManager 8\" LICENSEKEY=" xxxx " /Li "%Temp%\Mindmanager8.log


its works very fast...but only the license cant be included O_O

 

have you an idea for me?


Comments:
  • and how i can remove the pdf_saver? - blackbyte 8 years ago
Posted by: blackbyte 8 years ago
Blue Belt
1

this is the std string from deploymentguide_mm8

Call Msiexec /i "%SRC%\Mindjet MindManager 8 Admin.msi" /qn INSTALLDIR="C:\Program Files\Mindjet\MindManager 8\" LICENSEKEY=" xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx "

without the space between the ""  i got a parameter error.


Posted by: dunnpy 8 years ago
Red Belt
1

That mentions a different installer to the one that you're using, but I guess the property should be the same.

It states that the key will just be written to the registry, and the activation dialogue will be pre-populated with the key, but you'll still get the prompt to activate.

Is you key written to the registry? I'm guessing it'll be somewhere under HKLM\Software\MindJet

Do you get the activation prompt with it pre-populated, or nothing at all in the field?

Posted by: blackbyte 8 years ago
Blue Belt
1

According to Mindjet must to activate the software are performed manually on the PC system. o_O

in german we say: FICKT EUCH! :D

and that what the Guide say:



whatever...we got apprentice :)



Comments:
  • and to you!!!

    thx thx thx thx...u was very helpful <3 :) - blackbyte 8 years ago
Posted by: dunnpy 8 years ago
Red Belt
0

Are you sure the LICENSEKEY is the correct property to add the license key to?

Make sure you don't have any rogue spaces between the " " where the key is.

 

 
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