I have a cmd script that will install ST10 (I have 30+ installs to do)
MSIEXEC /i "\\path on server\Solid Edge\Solid Edge ST10.msi" MYTEMPLATE=1 USERFILESPECXML="\\Path\ST10\WUK Options ST10.xml" USERFILESPEC="\\Path\ST10\SELicense.dat" SETPDMCLIENT=1 INSTALLDIR="C:\Program Files\Solid Edge ST10" /qb+ /l*v "C:\temp\mysilentsetup.log"
Which works well,
I also want to install the latest maintenance pack which is also on the server
"\\ path on server \”Solid_Edge_MSI_MP8.exe /s /v” /qn /l*v %temp%\mysilentupdateMP.log”
But it just ignores it
Iv also tried putting the MP in the installation update folder but cat get that to work either.
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@stephen_gardner I used your command string to install MP8 from my file server on my client machine using a CMD window opened as Administrator and it worked perfectly. I assume you are also running this as Administrator?
Unless I am looking at it incorrectly, your syntax is wrong for maintenance pack install -- you have double quotes all in the wrong places…
As written you have this:
"G:\Software\Solid Edge\ST10\MP\1100008004\"Solid_Edge_MSI_MP8.exe /s /v" /qn /l*v %temp%\mysilentupdateMP.log"
You need this:
"G:\Software\Solid Edge\ST10\MP\1100008004\Solid_Edge_MSI_MP8.exe" /s /v" /qn /l*v %temp%\mysilentupdateMP.log"
Note the " before Solid_Edge_MSI_MP8.exe in your string -- it should be after not before this.
uk_dave I did try with the quotes in various places, should of mentioned that really, it seemed to think about it for a minutes or two then just end.
I found this to be a working solution:
start /D"\\server\Software\SE ST10 64 E\Maintenance Packs\" /wait Solid_Edge_MSI_MP8.exe /i