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Micollab client Parameter
« on: December 22, 2017, 03:40:31 AM »
Hi ,

I have to deploy 100 users with micollab client . i changed the msi parameter to deploy it with mbg.mycompagny.com

but i dont know if it possible to automatically tick this box :


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Re: Micollab client Parameter
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2017, 08:42:42 AM »
sunspark,

I don't believe that is a parameter for an msi transform, but with PowerShell you should be able to do something like this. I think I found this answer at AutoIT when I had a similar question.

Typical powershell installation script steps:
1.Invoke-Item ‘C:\Script\somefile.exe’

Run given app (also .msi).
2.Select-Window PROCESS-NAME | Set-WindowActive

Set focus on the installer window, so you are able to send simulated keys to the installer.
3.Select-window PROCESS-NAME | Send-Keys “{ENTER}” | Send-Click

confirms given screen.
4.Select-window PROCESS-NAME | Send-Keys “{TAB}” | Send-Click

switches tabs in a given window.
5.Select-window PROCESS-NAME | Send-Keys ” ” | Send-Click

activates/deactivates active option button.
6.Select-Window PROCESS-NAME | Select-control| Send-Keys “123456789 1234” | Send-Click

gives you the method to fill textboxes.
7.Select-window PROCESS-NAME | Select-control | select-control -title “CHECK-BOX NAME” | Send-Click

The part which you are interested in is point 7. You need to know the checkbox name and then you can send click command to it.

Thanks,

TE

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Re: Micollab client Parameter
« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2017, 09:22:23 AM »
sunspark,

I don't believe that is a parameter for an msi transform, but with PowerShell you should be able to do something like this. I think I found this answer at AutoIT when I had a similar question.

Typical powershell installation script steps:
1.Invoke-Item ‘C:\Script\somefile.exe’

Run given app (also .msi).
2.Select-Window PROCESS-NAME | Set-WindowActive

Set focus on the installer window, so you are able to send simulated keys to the installer.
3.Select-window PROCESS-NAME | Send-Keys “{ENTER}” | Send-Click

confirms given screen.
4.Select-window PROCESS-NAME | Send-Keys “{TAB}” | Send-Click

switches tabs in a given window.
5.Select-window PROCESS-NAME | Send-Keys ” ” | Send-Click

activates/deactivates active option button.
6.Select-Window PROCESS-NAME | Select-control| Send-Keys “123456789 1234” | Send-Click

gives you the method to fill textboxes.
7.Select-window PROCESS-NAME | Select-control | select-control -title “CHECK-BOX NAME” | Send-Click

The part which you are interested in is point 7. You need to know the checkbox name and then you can send click command to it.

Thanks,

TE

Thank you Teck , but with your solution i have to to the same action for each user.

I will ask mitel support and give u answer.

Cheers.


 

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