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Automatic Install of ProE Wildfire 4.0

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Automatic Install of ProE Wildfire 4.0

Hi,

I am trying to create an automated install of ProE Wildfire 4.0 M220 x64 by running a trail file through the setup.
So I created a trail file with the -uilog option and am now running it with the -uitrail option.

The trailfile runs ok, but it keeps hanging at the beginning when it starts copying files. A manual install is no problem.

Maybe the problem is that I unzipped all 5 archives into one folder.
Has anyone been able to create an automated setup for WF4 with all zip files unpacked in one folder?


Kind regards,

Olaf Corten




Olaf Corten
CAD/PLM Manager
Besi Netherlands B.V.
Ratio 6, Duiven
Phone: +31 26 3196215
Mobile: +31 644548554
www.besi.com




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Automatic Install of ProE Wildfire 4.0 [SOLVED]

Menso Heij from CE Masters pointed me in the right direction:
You must first use the setup to create a Custom Installation if you have combined the five zip files into one folder.

In that custom installation folder you will be able to use the -uilog and -uitrail installation routine.

Thanks a lot Menso.


Kind regards,

Olaf Corten




Olaf Corten
CAD/PLM Manager
Besi Netherlands B.V.
Ratio 6, Duiven
Phone: +31 26 3196215
Mobile: +31 644548554
www.besi.com






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Date: 04-12-2013 11:55
Subject: [proesys] - Automatic Install of ProE Wildfire 4.0



Hi,

I am trying to create an automated install of ProE Wildfire 4.0 M220 x64 by running a trail file through the setup.
So I created a trail file with the -uilog option and am now running it with the -uitrail option.

The trailfile runs ok, but it keeps hanging at the beginning when it starts copying files. A manual install is no problem.

Maybe the problem is that I unzipped all 5 archives into one folder.
Has anyone been able to create an automated setup for WF4 with all zip files unpacked in one folder?


Kind regards,

Olaf Corten




Olaf Corten
CAD/PLM Manager
Besi Netherlands B.V.
Ratio 6, Duiven
Phone: +31 26 3196215
Mobile: +31 644548554
www.besi.com




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Automatic Install of ProE Wildfire 4.0

Olaf,

I unzipped each into its own folder named "disk1", "disk2", etc. and ran the install and created the trail file. Every time it asked for the location of the next disk, I just changed the number in the path. Installing by trail file then worked fine. I wasn't able to install both the software and the help at one time; I had to create separate trail files for each, but it worked that way.

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