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Mass Deployment Settings with .MSI for Class
Link to MSI installer with administrative rights required: https://download.class.com/windows/Class.msi
For access to the MSI installer that can be run without administrative rights, please reach out to the services team at Class.
Please click here for the latest release notes.
- If the end user’s machine does not have the Windows Edge browser viewer installed, admin access is needed to install it. Microsoft is coming out with a version of Windows Edge browser viewer that does not require admin access in January. If an end-user does not have access to the AppData folder, an admin should use the MSI to install on behalf of users.
- The MSI Class version 2.0.1 automatically has the software update registry setting disabled. When software updates are available, please install the newer version of the MSI posted above.
- The MSI installer version that does not require administrative rights will allow users without admin rights in their device to install updates
For installing in a different spot/directory:
- msiexec.exe /I “Class Installer.msi” INSTALLDIR=”<DIRECTORYPATH>” /qn
The Class Windows app can be installed using an MSI installer with the following settings:
- MSI installations require elevated administrative rights.
- The options /i, /x, /f[p|o|e|d|c|a|u|m|s|v], /j[u|m], /a, /p, /y and /z should not be used together. The one exception to this rule is that patching an administrative installation requires using both /p and /a. The options /t, /c and /g should only be used with /j. The options /l and /q can be used with /i, /x, /f[p|o|e|d|c|a|u|m|s|v], /j[u|m], /a, and /p. The option /n can be used with /i, /f, /x and /p.
Example: To install the Class MSI without any UI or input from the user, you can run the command “msiexec /i <nameofmsi>.msi /quiet /qn /norestart /log install.log”