Note: depending on version of installer, you may need to use the NComputing Cert or the ZeroDesktop Cert.
Below is an example of the command line install:
msiexec /qn /norestart /i "NComputing vSpace_L-188.8.131.52.msi" AGREETOLICENSE=yes ADDUSERS=0 DELETELICENSE=0
NComputing MSI Installer and Uninstaller Options:
“DELETELICENSE=0” – do NOT remove vSpace license
“DELETELICENSE=1” – popup box will appear
“DELETELICENSE=2” – remove vSpace license without popup
If you encounter the signed driver message popup (shown below), it’s because NComputing’s (ZeroDesktop) code signing certificate hasn’t been stored into the host system’s certificate repository.
If you have ever clicked on the “Always trust software from NComputing or “ZeroDesktop.” checkbox (pointed to by green arrow in above image) during an install, then the message will never pop up again on that particular system. However, clicking that checkbox isn’t a particularly good option for customers desiring to deploy NComputing vSpace on a system for the first time.
You can use the following Microsoft command inside your silent install script to import the certificate prior to running the msiexec command:
certutil -addstore "TrustedPublisher" ZeroDesktop.cer
Adding the import command similar to shown in screen shot below to your install script will make the install truly silent.
(The below image is a representation, and you may be using the ZeroDesktop cert)
The Microsoft “certutil” command line tool is included in Windows 7*, and in Windows Server 2008 R2.
For vSpace 184.108.40.206 and above, use the file labeled "NC-code-signing-vSpace 6.zip" for vSpace 8.4 and above use NC-Code-Signing-vSpace8.zip from the file NC-code-signing-vSpace_certs attachment