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Anyone want to take mercy on me and explain how the mass deployment MSI is configured/edited?
Yes, I've seen the article "Mass deployment with preconfigured settings for Windows"
I don't understand how to open/edit the MSI so switches can be edited? Maybe I'm missing it.
It's very frustrating in a way because a lot of this seems needlessly cryptic and poorly explained.
Can someone point me to a step-by-step resource on configuring the MSI so it can be thrown into MS Software Center?
It seems like this should be very simple and straightforward -like a GUI with a left and right window. Left window is clean MSI, edits show up in right window...click to finish/commit edits, done -here's your customized MSI.
My name is Brandon. Thanks for joining the Zoom Community!
MSI is a script configured in the installer you are using, whether MSI, Intune, etc.
Here are some configuration commands and their definitions. IMO I can better explain this over a Zoom meeting, but we can try and go over them through the community, and if need be, you and I can connect and join in a meeting to discuss further.
|/package or /i||Standard installation commands|
msiexec /package ZoomInstallerFull.msi /l*v zoommsi.log
|/qn||Silent installation||msiexec /i ZoomInstallerFull.msi /qn /l*v install.log|
|/norestart||Never restart option. The installer never restarts the computer after the installation.||msiexec /i ZoomInstallerFull.msi /norestart /l*v install.log|
|/l*v zoommsi.log||log control||msiexec /i ZoomInstallerFull.msi /l*v zoommsi.log|
|ZoomAutoUpdate||Auto-update: Disabled by default. To enable, append ZoomAutoUpdate="true" to your install choice.||msiexec /package ZoomInstallerFull.msi /lex zoommsi.log ZoomAutoUpdate="true"|
|ZoomAutoStart||Auto-start with Windows: Disabled by default. To enable, append ZoomAutoStart="true" to the end of your install choice.||msiexec /package ZoomInstallerFull.msi /lex zoommsi.log ZoomAutoStart="true"|
|ZSILENTSTART||Auto-start Silently with Windows: Disabled by default. To enable, append ZSILENTSTART="true" to the end of your install choice.||msiexec /package ZoomInstallerFull.msi /lex zoommsi.log ZSILENTSTART="true"|
|ZNoDesktopShortCut||Do not create Desktop Shortcut: Disabled by default. To enable, append ZNoDesktopShortCut="true" to the end of your install choice.||msiexec /package ZoomInstallerFull.msi /lex zoommsi.log ZNoDesktopShortCut="true"|
Thanks so much for taking the time to reply Brandon. I've seen the tables of command/switches and they are pretty self explanatory. What I'm missing is how to end up with a packaged MSI that contains my config commands. YES, I would certainly like to connect via a Zoom meeting to discuss. Feel free to send a PM with meeting link -or I can send you one.
Again, I really appreciate you taking the time!
Have followed steps for mass deployment settings of MS Intune. My Requirement is need to remove all the logins except SSO for that have pushed this command line argument ZConfig="nogoogle=1;nofacebook=1;disableloginwithemail=1"
But not working as expected not sure what was the wrong. Please help on this issue.
Don't see any config in this registry path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ZoomUMX\ how can i confirm it's installed on device level or not?
The disable value is 0 and the enable value is 1 for this parameter. If you are attempting to have all of your users to only use SSO then you will want to change the parameters to ZConfig="nogoogle=0;nofacebook=0;disableloginwithemail=0"
Sorry, you were correct in your first path, the one I was looking at was for GPO. I did the install a couple of times, and had to close and restart regedit to see the value (although I did see the Google sign in disappear and reappear). If you are using the 64-bit install, the key would actually be HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\ZoomUMX\Perinstall
You might also want to remove the current version from the machine before trying the install since I am not sure if the installer package checks the version and stops if the latest version is already present.
Your initial command line argument (ZConfig="nogoogle=1;nofacebook=1;disableloginwithemail=1") should be correct. As @colegs suggested, you may want to try removing any currently installed versions of the Zoom client, as that may stop the installation, and therefore not make the registry entries. I don't have InTune to test with, but the option "Ignore App Version" within InTune may have the same effect (by just overwriting the installed version of the app regardless of present version).
Have tried this as well ZConfig="nogoogle=1;nofacebook=1;disableloginwithemail=1" but not working. Have removed the installed zoom and registry then pushed it from Intune but nothing is showing in this registry path apart from enable update: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\ZoomUMX\Perinstall