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Syntax for Command to Deploy Java 7.51 and suppress EULA

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I am trying to figure out the proper syntax for the command to deploy Java 7.51 with SCCM 2012 R2.

 

Which is correct:

 

msiexec /i "jre1.7.0_51.msi" transforms="ypit.mst" AgreeToLicense="Yes" /qn

 

msiexec /i "jre1.7.0_51.msi" transforms="ypit.msi" "AgreeToLicense=Yes" /qn

 

I have used Orca to create a transform file that includes EULA=1 but that does not seem to prevent the first time run popup for the EULA. I have been struggling with AgreeToLicense but I just can seem to get that to work either.

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I'm deploying java with this command.

 

msiexec /i "jre1.7.0_51.msi" /q REBOOT=ReallySuppress AUTOUPDATECHECK=0 EULA=0 JAVAUPDATE=0 IEXPLORER=1 MOZILLA=1

 

/kman

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Same here, where you though have to say that the update check properties are not really working anymore since version 7.

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I have all of those same parameters included in the transform file.

 

A slight problem I have found is that different websites report conflicting descriptions on what EULA=? does. For example one site will say that EULA=0/1 means to not/accept the EULA and another site will say that EULA=0/1 displays/suppresses the dialog box for the EULA agreement.

 

The default for EULA in the .msi file is EULA=0 so I originally tried using EULA=1...assuming this meant to accept the EULA. This did not prevent the first time use EULA notification. I then tried EULA=0 and had the same notification dialog on first run.

 

I found references to AgreeToLicense but I am afraid that was a parameter for previous version of Java that has been discontinued. My theory is that each of these sites are reporting the truth for a particular version of Java and that Sun is actually flip-flopping around from version to version.

 

Just to be clear....when you deploy Java 7.51 are you able to successfully suppress the first time EULA notification?

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Yes, we get no EULA, and the only parmeters we are using are JU=0 JAVAUPDATE=0 AUTOUPDATESCHECK=0 /norestart /q.

Also forget about the mst file. It's not worth the effort of creating a new one every month.

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