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This solution addresses Webroot SecureAnywhere Business – Endpoint Protection|
Using MSI for Deployment
The Microsoft Installer (MSI) requires commands during installation, which apply the keycode and options that activate Endpoint Protection installation mode. The MSI installer is interactive by default, and requires the msiexec.exe option /qn to run an automated installation in the background.
This is an example of an MSI command:
msiexec /i wsasme.msi GUILIC=licensekey CMDLINE=SME,quiet /qn /l*v install.log
Note: In User Account Control environments, the account used to run the installer must have local admin rights. You must run the installer from a process that has elevated privileges in UAC environments, to prevent the endpoint user from seeing a UAC prompt.
To remove SecureAnywhere later:
To remove the SecureAnywhere software from the endpoint later, use the standard MSI command:
msiexec /x wsasme.msi /qn /L*v uninstall.log
To use an MSI editor:
If you use your own methods to deploy the SecureAnywhere software on endpoints, see the following table for commands you can pass to msiexec.exe during installation.
The Microsoft Installer (MSI) requires commands during installation, to apply the keycode and options that activate SecureAnywhere Endpoint Protection installation mode:
You can also modify these commands directly, using an MSI editor such as ORCA:
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