Multi-User License Deployment on Windows

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Multi-User License Deployment on Windows / 4 - Deployment by Administrative Installation / 3 - Installing Antidote 10 / 2 - Installing on the client workstation

4.3.2 - Installing on the client workstation

Installation on the client workstation requires the following:

  1. Ensure administrative installation has been completed on a server or an accessible network drive (see previous step).
  2. Log onto the client workstation as an administrator.
  3. Log in as an administrator and enter all the following installation command lines that apply to your situation:

    msiexec /i "\\server_path\to\Antidote10.msi" TRANSFORMS="\\server_path\to\ReseauAntidote.mst"  
    msiexec /i "\\server_path\to\Antidote10-Modulefrancais.msi"  
    msiexec /i "\\server_path\to\Antidote10-Englishmodule.msi"
    msiexec /i "\\server_path\to\Antidote-Connectix10.msi" TRANSFORMS="\\server_path\to\ReseauConnectix.mst"  

    For silent installation (without dialogs) simply add “/qn” to each line, as in the following example:

    msiexec /qn /i "\\server_path\to\Antidote10.msi" TRANSFORMS="\\server_path\to\ReseauAntidote.mst"

    See the General Notes for more details.

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

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

    The TRANSFORMS does not have to be indicated for the language modules. You may also use a script that installs all the required elements, including all updates. The following section gives some example scripts: Using scripts.

For each user account on the workstation, the user must launch Antidote a first time (from the Start menu) to answer the personalization questions, see Personalization of Antidote.