Citrix Silent Install

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Problem:

You want to perform a silent installation of the CodeTwo Signatures Add-in for Outlook for your users without using Group Policy Objects (GPO).

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Solution:

If you want to install the CodeTwo Signatures Add-in for Outlook for a group of users or all users in your organization at once, it is recommended to deploy the add-in via GPO. If, for some reason, you cannot use the GPO method, you can use the msiexec command instead.

Use the links below to learn how to:

Important

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Things to keep in mind while using msiexec:

  • If you install the CodeTwo Signatures Add-in for Outlook while Outlook is running, the add-in will be launched as soon as the user restarts Outlook.
  • If you uninstall the CodeTwo Signatures Add-in for Outlook while Outlook is running, the uninstall process will take place immediately and Outlook will restart automatically.
  • Installing the add-in by using the MSI file (no matter if you deploy it via GPO or msiexec) means that your users will not have the add-in updated automatically. If possible, it is recommended to use the manual deployment method.
  • You need to launch the Command Prompt / PowerShell as current user (local admin rights are not required to install the add-in). Running the msiexec command from another user profile (for example, by using run as administrator option to start the PowerShell console) doesn’t let you install the add-in correctly.

Installing the CodeTwo Signatures Add-in for Outlook with msiexec.exe

  1. Download the most recent version of the CodeTwo Signatures Add-in for Outlook. You can do so from the CodeTwo Admin Panel. On the Tenants tab, click a tenant name (or the button next to it) and use the menu on the left to go to Signature options > Client-side > Signatures add-in for Outlook. Once there, click the download link, as shown in Fig. 1. Download the MSI installation file to a shared network location.


Fig. 1. Downloading the MSI installer for the CodeTwo Signatures Add-in for Outlook.

  1. Open the Command Prompt (cmd) or Windows PowerShell console as current user (not as administrator) and run the following command:

where <MSI installer> is the location where you downloaded the MSI installer for the add-in, for example:

MyServernetlogonCodeTwoSignaturesAddinForOutlook.1.1.60.msi

  1. The add-in should install in a few seconds. Once it is installed, it will be ready to use the next time the user starts their Outlook.

Uninstalling the CodeTwo Signatures Add-in for Outlook with msiexec.exe

Citrix Silent Install Command

To silently uninstall the add-in, you can use the following command

where <MSI installer> points to the MSI file that you used to install the add-in in the first place. If the MSI file is no longer accessible, you can use the add-in’s ID number. For example, in the case of version 1.1.60 of the add-in, the command would be:

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To check the ID number of the currently installed version of the add-in, use the following PowerShell cmdlet:

Citrix Receiver Silent Install Parameters

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Software Details Of Citrix Receiver 14.6.0.12010

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Software Name :Citrix Receiver 14.6.0.12010
Version :14.6.0.12010
Platform :Windows
Vendor :Citrix Systems, Inc.
Architecture :32-bit
Download Path :http://downloadplugins.citrix.com/Windows/CitrixReceiver.exe
Silent Installation Switch :${sharedPath}CitrixReceiver.exe /silent
Silent Uninstallation Switch :MsiExec.exe /X{255A1FC0-9C72-4300-B3BD-A098962DBCFE} /qn /norestart

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