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3.35 UD Driver silent install


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#1 tomdw

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 12:47 PM

We use the labjack integrated in our software. In order to simplify our software update process, we would like to silently install the new version of the ud dot net driver. How can this be done with the new Windows Installation Package ?

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 03:15 PM

We use the labjack integrated in our software. In order to simplify our software update process, we would like to silently install the new version of the ud dot net driver. How can this be done with the new Windows Installation Package ?


We just updated our silent installer, which can be found here.

It's a bit different than previous versions, as there is only one download. A '/S' switch can be used to put the installer in a silent mode. If it detects .NET it will install the LJUDDotNet library into the GAC automatically, but will not do so if .NET is not detected. Thus, if you are using .NET you should make sure that it is installed before running our installer.

We are looking for feedback on this version so if there is anything that would make it work better for your situation please let us know, either here or through an email to [email protected]

#3 tomdw

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Posted 05 July 2013 - 02:09 AM

Thank you for your prompt reply.

I can't seem to find the download on this page you linked. Or do you mean I have to use the default windows installer package with the /S parameter ?


We use the labjack integrated in our software. In order to simplify our software update process, we would like to silently install the new version of the ud dot net driver. How can this be done with the new Windows Installation Package ?


We just updated our silent installer, which can be found here.

It's a bit different than previous versions, as there is only one download. A '/S' switch can be used to put the installer in a silent mode. If it detects .NET it will install the LJUDDotNet library into the GAC automatically, but will not do so if .NET is not detected. Thus, if you are using .NET you should make sure that it is installed before running our installer.

We are looking for feedback on this version so if there is anything that would make it work better for your situation please let us know, either here or through an email to [email protected]



#4 LabJack Support

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Posted 05 July 2013 - 09:25 AM

Thank you for your prompt reply.

I can't seem to find the download on this page you linked. Or do you mean I have to use the default windows installer package with the /S parameter ?


This was a mistake on our end. The installer was uploaded but not set to be visible on the page. That has been fixed and you should now see a download link. The installer on that page can be run with the /S parameter.

#5 tomdw

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Posted 08 July 2013 - 12:30 AM

Thanks.

Our first test where successful. Thanks again for you quick responses.

Tom


Thank you for your prompt reply.

I can't seem to find the download on this page you linked. Or do you mean I have to use the default windows installer package with the /S parameter ?


This was a mistake on our end. The installer was uploaded but not set to be visible on the page. That has been fixed and you should now see a download link. The installer on that page can be run with the /S parameter.




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