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Welcome to the forum.
I have got some instructions for the silent install but not here. Also I am not sure if it is available with single user versions or just under volume licensing.
Trying to find out for you.
The silent install can be done with all versions. I'll post the instructions as soon as I can but it may be six hours or more.
Thank you very much!
Here's what I have:
From command line silently as follows:
C :> msiexec /qn /L* “<Log file>” /I “<Path to RoboHelp MSI file>” USERNAME=<user name> COMPANYNAME=<comp name> SERIALNUMBER=<serial number> EPIC_EULA_ACCEPTED=1 TRANSFORMS=<Product Lang code>.mst
* Product Lang code may be any of the following:
English – 1033
French – 1036
German – 1031
Japanese - 1041
As you can see, the serial number is required.
Thank you for your help but unfortunately I am not able to make it work.
Here is the exact string I have used;
msiexec /qn /L* "c:\RH.log" /I "C:\RoboHelp\Adobe RoboHelp 7.msi" USERNAME=xxx COMPANYNAME=xxx SERIALNUMBER=xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx EPIC_EULA_ACCEPTED=1 TRANSFORMS=C:\RoboHelp\1033.mst
RoboHelp is installed but on startup I am still presented with the "Software Setup-page" where I have to choose either entering a serial number or choosing 30 days trial period.
On the other hand I have found a solution using simple setupcapture of the setup-procedure. Entering the serial number is stored in a single file which can be added to a transform using normal techniques.
I guess I'll go with that solution then.
Thank you for trying though.
I'll seek advice on the installation for the benefit of anyone else following this.
Have you tested the installation and found that it is working correctly. In particular, try generating an output including printed documentation.
Have you tested the installation and found that it is working correctly
Unfortunately no.. I am not profficient in RoboHelp. I am only responsible for creating softwarepackages.
I have had one of my users test "my" solution with adding the db-file to a transform. RoboHelp should work just fine there.
OK but I would recommend that a RH user try to generate some outputs just to be sure this method has worked correctly.