# Multi-User License Deployment on Windows

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Multi-User License Deployment on Windows / 5 - Automated Deployment by GPO / 3 - Installing Antidote 10 / Method 2 - Deploying an Administrative Installation / 1 - Creating an Administrative Installation on the Server

## 5.3.2.1 - Creating an Administrative Installation on the Server

The following steps are required for deployment of the server portion:

2. Download the following file types from your Multi-User Client Portal: Antidote_10.y_B_n_Windows.exe and GestionnaireMultiposte_Antidote10.exe.
3. Ensure that the conditions are met.
4. Execute the main archive, which takes the following form: Antidote_10.y_B_n_Windows.exe. This will extract a folder containing the installation files onto the desktop. This folder takes the following form: Antidote_10.y_B_n_Installation.
5. Create the ReseauAntidote.mst and ReseauConnectix.MST files using the Multi-User Manager, which will ask you to indicate the Antidote10.msi and Connectix10.msi files. See Appendix A: Multi-User Manager.
6. Place all of the necessary files on the server (or an accessible drive), as well as all of the MSP updates, if applicable (if any updates have been published more recently than your installers). See the following example (bilingual installation):

Antidote10.msi
Antidote10-Module-francais.msi
Antidote10-English-module.msi
Antidote-Connectix10.msi
ReseauAntidote.mst (created previously)
ReseauConnectix.mst (created previously)
There may be a published MSP update for each of these elements: one for Antidote 10, one for Antidote - Connectix 10, one for the French module and one for the English module. In addition, there may be an MSP update for the connectors, which are extensions or modules installed in supported software. A single connectors update may be for multiple software applications. This type of update is published between updates to Antidote so that our application can rapidly adapt to changes in supported software. Note that this may be the only type of update you receive.

If you want the installer’s dialogues to be in English, you must also use the applicable MST files, which are found in the folder msi\druide, for example, Antidote10-Interface-en.mst for the Antidote 10 installer, Antidote-Connectix10-Interface-en.mst for the Antidote - Connectix 10 installer, Antidote10-English-module-Interface-en.mst for the English module installer and Antidote10-Module-francais-Interface-en.mst for the French module installer. Read on for information on adding these to the command line.

1. Ensuring that you have write access to the shared folder, enter all the following installation command lines that apply to your situation. This will install Antidote 10, Antidote - Connectix 10 and the language modules into the shared folder:

msiexec /a "\\server_path\to\Antidote10.msi" TRANSFORMS="\\server_path\to\ReseauAntidote.mst"
msiexec /a "\\server_path\to\Antidote10-Module-francais.msi"
msiexec /a "\\server_path\to\Antidote10-English-module.msi"
msiexec /a "\\server_path\to\Antidote-Connectix10.msi" TRANSFORMS="\\server_path\to\ReseauConnectix.mst"

To perform a logged installation with English as the language for the installer dialogs, indicate the appropriate MST file, as in the following example:

msiexec /a "\\server_path\to\Antidote10.msi" TRANSFORMS="\\server_path\to\ReseauAntidote.mst;\\server_path\to\Antidote10-Interface-en.mst" /l*v "\\server_path\to\logInsAntidote.txt"

The administrative installation will create the following elements in the shared folder:

• 3 to 4 MSI files (e.g. Antidote10.msi) of reduced size (under 20 MB)
• The following structure: Program files\Druide\Antidote 10\…
• The following structure: Program files\Druide\Connectix 10\…