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    I don’t create MSTs very often, but when I do, I usually use Orca from Microsoft. For Adobe Acrobat Reader example specifically, you’d use the Adobe Customization Wizard to create that MST.

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    I still use package deployments (just because I don’t see any reason to change), and I’ve only deployed one so far using this toolkit, but I can tell you it worked just the way you described. The Deploy-Application script monitors the environment and will prompt the user, if there is one, or will proceed with the installation if no one is logged in. I didn’t have to use any command-line switches. I just deployed Deploy-Application.exe

    I set my programs to deploy whether or not there is a user logged on, and I allow users to interact with the program.

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    in reply to: Execute .BAT File #2357

    Thanks. I was having problems doing the same thing. I had tried something like that but eventually abandoned it an executed each command individually via Execute-Process. It gave me greater control, and better logging.

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    in reply to: Execute .BAT File #2351

    And your solution was…?

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    in reply to: Question #2350

    I edited my previous post twice because I prefer the backtick to consecutive double-quotes.

    For future reference, what is the escape character (if any) to use when posting?

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    in reply to: Question #2347

    $Arguments = “””/U:$envProgramFilesx86\EdgeRunner\Multiplicity\Uninstall\Uninstall.xml”” /S”

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    The 3.6.9 Administrator Guide I downloaded last week reflects the change.

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    I discovered the day after posting this that not only is it possible, but supported. The help info for Remove-RegistryKey includes information on making it work.

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    I’ll tell you why am I passing the GUID. Since the Execute-MSI has an Action parameter, the thought of looking for another command that actually does what I want, never occurred to me. TL;DR I’m a fool!

    Jim, I want to thank you for your answer. This week has been fraught with answers (in other forums) that, while technically answers, were not answers to the questions I asked. You, on the other hand, gave me exactly what I needed. If I could up-vote you, I would.

    Thanks again.

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