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Old 05-04-2015, 01:09 PM
molin54 molin54 is offline
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Question Create mst file for AvayaOneXdesktop Client


I am trying to upgrade our current Avaya One-X desktop software, since we upgraded from 9.0.4 to 9.0.6. I want to deploy the software also for new computers, via GP, but I would love to have the MSI file with an MST file that would add the settings for new computers (such as server and ports).

I have looked at documentation and have found how to extract the MSI file from the .exe, and even how to do a silent .exe install and upgrade, but was hoping to do it via MSI since I cant push this via GP, as opposed to a manual scrip install.

Has anyone had any luck doing this? or am I just hoping too much to find how to create an MST file?



Thanks for any help you may provide.
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Old 05-10-2015, 02:36 PM
skadir skadir is offline
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i have the same problem..

are you fix?


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