For unattended installation of TinyTake for Windows, use the .MSI (Windows Installer) version of the setup package. You can download the installation file from the Downloads page.



Methods of installation

1.  Push Installation (Remote, Silent mode)

Command-line push installation (silent mode) of TinyTake for Windows to remote computers over the network can be done using the psexec.exe utility.

You will need the PsExec utility to perform this type of remote installation. PsExec is part of PsTools available from free of charge.

To install TinyTake for Windows on a remote computer using the PsExec utility, use the following shell command:

psexec \\COMPUTER -u UserID -p PWD msiexec /i \\SERVER\share\ltsetup.msi /q
COMPUTER – remote computer name (UNC, DNS name, IP address)
UserID – remote user name (must have administrative privileges)
PWD – remote user password

\\SERVER\share\TinyTakeSetup_v_4_0_1.msi – absolute UNC path to the MSI setup package. If the remote computer has a network drive mapped to a shared folder on the file server, you can use it instead (e.g. S:\pub_install\TinyTakeSetup_v_4_0_1.msi)

2. As an alternative to this method of remote installation, you may want to use the Group Policy Management Console to install TinyTake for Windows.