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Bulk installation and configuration of Windows in Zoom App ; Click Client App. ; Click [Apps]. ; Click Add. ; [Select the application package. If utilizing the MSI installer, Zoom can be deployed via GPO or SCCM. If installing the client via GPO script, install using a. How to deploy with Intune For App type, select Line-of-business app, then click Select. Click Select app package file. Click Select a file.
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Bulk installation and configuration of Windows in Zoom App – Zoom Guide
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<p>Here are standard command-line options for the Microsoft Standard Installer Msiexec. Msiexec sets an error level on return that corresponds to System Error Codes.</p>
<p>The command-line options that are identified in this topic are available beginning with Windows Installer 3. Help and quick reference option. Displays the correct usage of the setup command including a list of all switches and behavior. The description of usage can be displayed in the user interface. Incorrect use of any option invokes this help option. Quiet display option. The installer runs an installation without displaying a user interface. No prompts, messages, or dialog boxes are displayed to the user.</p>
<p>The user cannot cancel the installation. If no reboot options are specified, the installer restarts the computer whenever necessary without displaying any prompt or warning to the user. Passive display option. The installer displays a progress bar to the user that indicates that an installation is in progress but no prompts or error messages are displayed to the user.</p>
<p>If no reboot option is specified, the installer restarts the computer whenever necessary without displaying any prompt or warning to the user.</p>
<p>Prompt before restarting option. Displays a message that a restart is required to complete the installation and asks the user whether to restart the system now. Log option. Writes logging information into a log file at the specified existing path.</p>
<p>The path to the log file location must already exist. The installer does not create the directory structure for the logfile. For more information about all the methods that are available for setting the logging mode, see Normal Logging Windows Installer. Skip to main content. This browser is no longer supported. Download Microsoft Edge More info. Table of contents Exit focus mode.</p>
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<p>I’m looking for some technical help on this. I’m trying to create a deployment package for Zoom, with some customisation using the specified parameters. Set Zoom to auto start, and be in the System tray ideally have these user changeable after install.</p>
<p>I believe I can use ZRecommend for the last line, but it doesn’t seem to work as expected. Here’s what I’m using in CMD. I’ve also tried to use AutoStartInSystemTray , but that doesn’t seem to make any difference and notes it is for after a reboot, not a log in. Go to Solution. View solution in original post. What would the required entries be to have these options ticked as standard, but for the user to be able to change them?</p>
<p>We want Zoom to auto start in the system tray or minimised as a default setting, but to have the user be able to turn that off. Can you please let me know what parameters I can use on the MSI to do this, or what registry entries I should add to do it?</p>
<p>On a similar note I am just trying to get Zoom to start automatically not minimized to system tray. I would like the box to be checked but allow the user to uncheck if needed. Is this possible? Both the auto start, and auto start silently boxes are selected, but can be changed by the user. SimonH amazing! Zoom Community. Supporting a Hybrid-friendly Work Environment Explore products and tools for seamless collaboration across office and home working spaces.</p>
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<p>Showing results for. Search instead for. Did you mean:. Deployment of MSI with specific config. Go to solution. SimonH Observer. Hi, I’m looking for some technical help on this. What I want to do is: Enable autoupdates Stop the MSI running if a meeting is in progress No Desktop icon set the SSO host to our domain Set Zoom to auto start, and be in the System tray ideally have these user changeable after install I believe I can use ZRecommend for the last line, but it doesn’t seem to work as expected.</p>
<p>I’ve also tried to use AutoStartInSystemTray , but that doesn’t seem to make any difference and notes it is for after a reboot, not a log in What am I doing wrong?</p>
<p>Any help appreciated Simon Solved! RN Zoom Moderator. In response to SimonH. If my reply helped, don’t forget to click the accept as solution button! All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Hi Thanks for the reply Yes, I looked at that KB article. ChuckD Observer. In response to RN. Thanks for this Simon. Post Reply.</p>
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