We will redeploying this software to several computers when the users get their old PCs replaced. They had all been manually installed previously.
I found a command to do a silent install, msiexec /i "<path>\Designer\Designer.msi" /quiet /norestart SERIALNUMBER=XXXXXX
but I assume there will be a bunch of updates needed after installing from the original media files.
Is there a command for it to silently download and install all available updates right after installation?
Are there other ways to automate deploying LiveCycle ES3 will the newest patches?
Here is the syntax for a silent install:
Here is the basic syntax on how to do this:
msiexec.exe /i "[FILE_PATH]\Designer.msi" USERNAME="THE_USERNAME" COMPANYNAME="THE_COMPANY_NAME" SERIALNUMBER="XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXX" /L*v "[PATH_TO_VERBOSE_INSTALL_LOG]\DesignerInstallLog.log" /quiet
Is there any way to check the installed LiveCycle Designer software to confirm whether or not it is serialized? I mean other than waiting 60 days to see if you get a message about the trial version expiring of course... Any indication in the software, or maybe a file in the program folder, or a log file which would indicate serialized vs trial installation?