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Removed the %COMPUTERNAME% information. However, you should insure that either the WEFCNAME.INI or the Registry is updated with the @WKSTA variable.
Topic originally discussed at - Citrix Client Silent installer
Thanks for the feedback of Les, Rad, and Jens on this.
Citrix Client Silent installer
Please refer to: http://www.winnetmag.com/Articles/Index.cfm?ArticleID=7965
(1) Download the ICA32.EXE from http://www.citrix.com or use similar site/application.
(2) Use WinZip or similar program to extract the files from the self-extracting archive.
(3) Create the SETUP.ISS file by running the SETUP.EXE with a -r switch
When completed, you will find the SETUP.ISS in your Windows Directory. You can then copy this file to the install folder.
Note: Users will need to have Power User rights or better to run this
Installshield Switches - Thanks Jens!
Ref - http://www.appdeploy.com/tips/detail.asp?id=18
Specifies an alternate location and name of the response file (.iss file).
If this option is used when running InstallShield Silent,
the response file is read from the folder/file specified by[path\ResponseFile].
If this option is used along with the -r option,
the response file is written to the folder/file specified by[path\ResponseFile].
If an alternate compiled script is specified using the -f switch,
the -f1 switch entry must follow the -f switch entry.
Causes Setup.exe automatically to generate a silent setup file (.iss file),
which is a record of the setup input, in the Windows folder.
Runs InstallShield Silent to execute a silent setup.
Prevents a network connection and Setup.exe from closing before the setup is complete.
This switch works with setups originating from a Windows NT server over a network.
Please note that SMS must be uppercase; this is a case-sensitive switch.
Prevents Setup.exe from checking the available memory during initialization.
This switch is necessary when running a setup on a machine with more than 256 MB of memory; if it is not used,
Setup.exe reports insufficient memory and exits.
Example, we used to deploy 40 Workstations over the weekend that moved from our Corporate Office to a remote location.
$windir = READVALUE('HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion','SystemRoot')
$systemdrive = SUBSTR($windir,1,2) ; -- This will show C: or M: or what drive Windows is installed on
$PathString = '\\APPSERVER\Apps\Citrix'
IF exist($systemdrive+'\Program Files\Citrix\ICA Client\pn.exe')
'Citrix is being installed. Please wait..'
RUN("$PathString\disk1\setup.exe -s -SMS -z -f1$PathString\setup.iss ")