Deploying PSB4 with Microsoft Intune
Does anyone have experience with deploying PSB4 to Windows 10 with Microsoft Intune?
Intune does not support following line-in command, you have to use Name=Value pairs.
--silent or --Voucher ”productkey”
See here: https://technet.microsoft.com/nb-no/library/dn646955.aspx
In most cases, Windows Installer (.msi) and Windows Installer Patch (.msp) files do not require any command-line arguments to be installed by Windows Intune. Check your app documentation. If command-line arguments are required, they must be entered as Name=Value pairs (such as TRANSFORMS=custom_transform.mst).
/quiet does work, but I still need to include the productkey.
Does F-Secure support Name=Value pairs, if so, what are the command code for the productkey:
fedool Posts: 160 WithSecure Employee
It seems like you are using exe installer but Intune wants you to use .msi installer? Did you see this page: https://help.f-secure.com/product.html#business/psb-portal/latest/en/task_1D20317CD8164D828D0916C069BBDB9E-psb-portal-latest-en ?
It has list of MSI installers which internally use online installers (they still download all data for installation from the internet).
We are going to publish soon offline .msi installers which can be used to install Computer Protection complely offline, no internet connetion used - would you like to try it out?7
I was using the .msi installer.
But I did not know, that I should open the .msi file with Orca.exe and then include the productkey.
Now it is working fine with Intune.1