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Using the Installer

Typically, Reflection or EXTRA! service packs are installed by double-clicking on the service pack executable and following the installation instructions in the Service Pack Utility dialog box. For information about installing EXTRA! or Reflection service packs from the Service Pack Utility, see these technical notes:

KB 7021364—How to Apply a Service Pack to EXTRA! 9

KB 7021464—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to Reflection 2011 Products

KB 7021752—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to a Workstation Installation of Reflection

KB 7021753—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to an Administrative Installation of Reflection

Manually Applying a Patch

There are, however, situations in which administrators may want to use MSIEXEC to install an EXTRA! or Reflection service pack or hotfix manually. For example, if EXTRA! or Reflection was deployed using an imaging technique or Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) (rather than from an administrative install), the administrator may want to either deploy the patch so that individual users can update their workstations, or deploy the patch automatically or silently.

In these cases, the administrator can extract the *.msp file from the EXTRA! or Reflection patch executable and use the MSIEXEC command to apply the patch as described in the following sections.

Extracting the Service Pack/Hotfix (*.msp) File

Follow these steps to extract the *.msp file from the patch executable.

  1. Double-click the patch executable.
  2. In the Patch Installation dialog box, select “Save to a file (*.msp) for later application,” click Browse, navigate to the folder where you want the file to be saved, and then click Save.
  3. Finish the installation.

Applying the Patch to a Workstation without extracting it from the Patch EXE

The following describes how to automate a Hotfix or Update installation from a command line, for administrators who wish to avoid extracting the MSP file from the patch EXE, and thus run the appropriate MSIEXEC command to either apply the Hotfix or Update to an Administrative Install image or apply the Hostfix or Update to an individual workstation.

Syntax:

<name of patch EXE> /T:"<folder where patch EXE located>" /Q /C:"msiexec /p <MSP file name> REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v <install log location> /qn"

In the following example, the /qn switch is used to install the service pack with no user interface (a silent install).

Example:

reflect-16.2.0.769-hotfix-w32.exe /T:"C:SoftwareUpdateReflectionDesktop 16.2 U2" /Q /C:"msiexec /p T162769.msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v c:tempexinstall.log /qn"

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Using the Installer

Typically, Reflection or EXTRA! service packs are installed by double-clicking on the service pack executable and following the installation instructions in the Service Pack Utility dialog box. For information about installing EXTRA! or Reflection service packs from the Service Pack Utility, see these technical notes:

KB 7021364—How to Apply a Service Pack to EXTRA! 9

KB 7021464—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to Reflection 2011 Products

KB 7021752—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to a Workstation Installation of Reflection

KB 7021753—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to an Administrative Installation of Reflection

Manually Applying a Patch

There are, however, situations in which administrators may want to use MSIEXEC to install an EXTRA! or Reflection service pack or hotfix manually. For example, if EXTRA! or Reflection was deployed using an imaging technique or Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) (rather than from an administrative install), the administrator may want to either deploy the patch so that individual users can update their workstations, or deploy the patch automatically or silently.

In these cases, the administrator can extract the *.msp file from the EXTRA! or Reflection patch executable and use the MSIEXEC command to apply the patch as described in the following sections.

Extracting the Service Pack/Hotfix (*.msp) File

Follow these steps to extract the *.msp file from the patch executable.

  1. Double-click the patch executable.
  2. In the Patch Installation dialog box, select “Save to a file (*.msp) for later application,” click Browse, navigate to the folder where you want the file to be saved, and then click Save.
  3. Finish the installation.

Applying the Patch to a Workstation without extracting it from the Patch EXE

The following describes how to automate a Hotfix or Update installation from a command line, for administrators who wish to avoid extracting the MSP file from the patch EXE, and thus run the appropriate MSIEXEC command to either apply the Hotfix or Update to an Administrative Install image or apply the Hostfix or Update to an individual workstation.

Syntax:

<name of patch EXE> /T:"<folder where patch EXE located>" /Q /C:"msiexec /p <MSP file name> REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v <install log location> /qn"

In the following example, the /qn switch is used to install the service pack with no user interface (a silent install).

Example:

reflect-16.2.0.769-hotfix-w32.exe /T:"C:SoftwareUpdateReflectionDesktop 16.2 U2" /Q /C:"msiexec /p T162769.msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v c:tempexinstall.log /qn"

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Using the Installer

Typically, Reflection or EXTRA! service packs are installed by double-clicking on the service pack executable and following the installation instructions in the Service Pack Utility dialog box. For information about installing EXTRA! or Reflection service packs from the Service Pack Utility, see these technical notes:

KB 7021364—How to Apply a Service Pack to EXTRA! 9

KB 7021464—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to Reflection 2011 Products

KB 7021752—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to a Workstation Installation of Reflection

KB 7021753—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to an Administrative Installation of Reflection

Manually Applying a Patch

There are, however, situations in which administrators may want to use MSIEXEC to install an EXTRA! or Reflection service pack or hotfix manually. For example, if EXTRA! or Reflection was deployed using an imaging technique or Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) (rather than from an administrative install), the administrator may want to either deploy the patch so that individual users can update their workstations, or deploy the patch automatically or silently.

In these cases, the administrator can extract the *.msp file from the EXTRA! or Reflection patch executable and use the MSIEXEC command to apply the patch as described in the following sections.

Extracting the Service Pack/Hotfix (*.msp) File

Follow these steps to extract the *.msp file from the patch executable.

  1. Double-click the patch executable.
  2. In the Patch Installation dialog box, select “Save to a file (*.msp) for later application,” click Browse, navigate to the folder where you want the file to be saved, and then click Save.
  3. Finish the installation.

Applying the Patch to a Workstation without extracting it from the Patch EXE

The following describes how to automate a Hotfix or Update installation from a command line, for administrators who wish to avoid extracting the MSP file from the patch EXE, and thus run the appropriate MSIEXEC command to either apply the Hotfix or Update to an Administrative Install image or apply the Hostfix or Update to an individual workstation.

Syntax:

<name of patch EXE> /T:"<folder where patch EXE located>" /Q /C:"msiexec /p <MSP file name> REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v <install log location> /qn"

In the following example, the /qn switch is used to install the service pack with no user interface (a silent install).

Example:

reflect-16.2.0.769-hotfix-w32.exe /T:"C:SoftwareUpdateReflectionDesktop 16.2 U2" /Q /C:"msiexec /p T162769.msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v c:tempexinstall.log /qn"

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Using the Installer

Typically, Reflection or EXTRA! service packs are installed by double-clicking on the service pack executable and following the installation instructions in the Service Pack Utility dialog box. For information about installing EXTRA! or Reflection service packs from the Service Pack Utility, see these technical notes:

KB 7021364—How to Apply a Service Pack to EXTRA! 9

KB 7021464—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to Reflection 2011 Products

KB 7021752—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to a Workstation Installation of Reflection

KB 7021753—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to an Administrative Installation of Reflection

Manually Applying a Patch

There are, however, situations in which administrators may want to use MSIEXEC to install an EXTRA! or Reflection service pack or hotfix manually. For example, if EXTRA! or Reflection was deployed using an imaging technique or Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) (rather than from an administrative install), the administrator may want to either deploy the patch so that individual users can update their workstations, or deploy the patch automatically or silently.

In these cases, the administrator can extract the *.msp file from the EXTRA! or Reflection patch executable and use the MSIEXEC command to apply the patch as described in the following sections.

Extracting the Service Pack/Hotfix (*.msp) File

Follow these steps to extract the *.msp file from the patch executable.

  1. Double-click the patch executable.
  2. In the Patch Installation dialog box, select “Save to a file (*.msp) for later application,” click Browse, navigate to the folder where you want the file to be saved, and then click Save.
  3. Finish the installation.

Applying the Patch to a Workstation without extracting it from the Patch EXE

The following describes how to automate a Hotfix or Update installation from a command line, for administrators who wish to avoid extracting the MSP file from the patch EXE, and thus run the appropriate MSIEXEC command to either apply the Hotfix or Update to an Administrative Install image or apply the Hostfix or Update to an individual workstation.

Syntax:

<name of patch EXE> /T:"<folder where patch EXE located>" /Q /C:"msiexec /p <MSP file name> REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v <install log location> /qn"

In the following example, the /qn switch is used to install the service pack with no user interface (a silent install).

Example:

reflect-16.2.0.769-hotfix-w32.exe /T:"C:SoftwareUpdateReflectionDesktop 16.2 U2" /Q /C:"msiexec /p T162769.msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v c:tempexinstall.log /qn"

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Using the Installer

Typically, Reflection or EXTRA! service packs are installed by double-clicking on the service pack executable and following the installation instructions in the Service Pack Utility dialog box. For information about installing EXTRA! or Reflection service packs from the Service Pack Utility, see these technical notes:

KB 7021364—How to Apply a Service Pack to EXTRA! 9

KB 7021464—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to Reflection 2011 Products

KB 7021752—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to a Workstation Installation of Reflection

KB 7021753—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to an Administrative Installation of Reflection

Manually Applying a Patch

There are, however, situations in which administrators may want to use MSIEXEC to install an EXTRA! or Reflection service pack or hotfix manually. For example, if EXTRA! or Reflection was deployed using an imaging technique or Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) (rather than from an administrative install), the administrator may want to either deploy the patch so that individual users can update their workstations, or deploy the patch automatically or silently.

In these cases, the administrator can extract the *.msp file from the EXTRA! or Reflection patch executable and use the MSIEXEC command to apply the patch as described in the following sections.

Extracting the Service Pack/Hotfix (*.msp) File

Follow these steps to extract the *.msp file from the patch executable.

  1. Double-click the patch executable.
  2. In the Patch Installation dialog box, select “Save to a file (*.msp) for later application,” click Browse, navigate to the folder where you want the file to be saved, and then click Save.
  3. Finish the installation.

Applying the Patch to a Workstation without extracting it from the Patch EXE

The following describes how to automate a Hotfix or Update installation from a command line, for administrators who wish to avoid extracting the MSP file from the patch EXE, and thus run the appropriate MSIEXEC command to either apply the Hotfix or Update to an Administrative Install image or apply the Hostfix or Update to an individual workstation.

Syntax:

<name of patch EXE> /T:"<folder where patch EXE located>" /Q /C:"msiexec /p <MSP file name> REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v <install log location> /qn"

In the following example, the /qn switch is used to install the service pack with no user interface (a silent install).

Example:

reflect-16.2.0.769-hotfix-w32.exe /T:"C:SoftwareUpdateReflectionDesktop 16.2 U2" /Q /C:"msiexec /p T162769.msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v c:tempexinstall.log /qn"

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Using the Installer

Typically, Reflection or EXTRA! service packs are installed by double-clicking on the service pack executable and following the installation instructions in the Service Pack Utility dialog box. For information about installing EXTRA! or Reflection service packs from the Service Pack Utility, see these technical notes:

KB 7021364—How to Apply a Service Pack to EXTRA! 9

KB 7021464—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to Reflection 2011 Products

KB 7021752—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to a Workstation Installation of Reflection

KB 7021753—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to an Administrative Installation of Reflection

Manually Applying a Patch

There are, however, situations in which administrators may want to use MSIEXEC to install an EXTRA! or Reflection service pack or hotfix manually. For example, if EXTRA! or Reflection was deployed using an imaging technique or Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) (rather than from an administrative install), the administrator may want to either deploy the patch so that individual users can update their workstations, or deploy the patch automatically or silently.

In these cases, the administrator can extract the *.msp file from the EXTRA! or Reflection patch executable and use the MSIEXEC command to apply the patch as described in the following sections.

Extracting the Service Pack/Hotfix (*.msp) File

Follow these steps to extract the *.msp file from the patch executable.

  1. Double-click the patch executable.
  2. In the Patch Installation dialog box, select “Save to a file (*.msp) for later application,” click Browse, navigate to the folder where you want the file to be saved, and then click Save.
  3. Finish the installation.

Applying the Patch to a Workstation without extracting it from the Patch EXE

The following describes how to automate a Hotfix or Update installation from a command line, for administrators who wish to avoid extracting the MSP file from the patch EXE, and thus run the appropriate MSIEXEC command to either apply the Hotfix or Update to an Administrative Install image or apply the Hostfix or Update to an individual workstation.

Syntax:

<name of patch EXE> /T:"<folder where patch EXE located>" /Q /C:"msiexec /p <MSP file name> REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v <install log location> /qn"

In the following example, the /qn switch is used to install the service pack with no user interface (a silent install).

Example:

reflect-16.2.0.769-hotfix-w32.exe /T:"C:SoftwareUpdateReflectionDesktop 16.2 U2" /Q /C:"msiexec /p T162769.msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v c:tempexinstall.log /qn"

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Using the Installer

Typically, Reflection or EXTRA! service packs are installed by double-clicking on the service pack executable and following the installation instructions in the Service Pack Utility dialog box. For information about installing EXTRA! or Reflection service packs from the Service Pack Utility, see these technical notes:

KB 7021364—How to Apply a Service Pack to EXTRA! 9

KB 7021464—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to Reflection 2011 Products

KB 7021752—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to a Workstation Installation of Reflection

KB 7021753—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to an Administrative Installation of Reflection

Manually Applying a Patch

There are, however, situations in which administrators may want to use MSIEXEC to install an EXTRA! or Reflection service pack or hotfix manually. For example, if EXTRA! or Reflection was deployed using an imaging technique or Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) (rather than from an administrative install), the administrator may want to either deploy the patch so that individual users can update their workstations, or deploy the patch automatically or silently.

In these cases, the administrator can extract the *.msp file from the EXTRA! or Reflection patch executable and use the MSIEXEC command to apply the patch as described in the following sections.

Extracting the Service Pack/Hotfix (*.msp) File

Follow these steps to extract the *.msp file from the patch executable.

  1. Double-click the patch executable.
  2. In the Patch Installation dialog box, select “Save to a file (*.msp) for later application,” click Browse, navigate to the folder where you want the file to be saved, and then click Save.
  3. Finish the installation.

Applying the Patch to a Workstation without extracting it from the Patch EXE

The following describes how to automate a Hotfix or Update installation from a command line, for administrators who wish to avoid extracting the MSP file from the patch EXE, and thus run the appropriate MSIEXEC command to either apply the Hotfix or Update to an Administrative Install image or apply the Hostfix or Update to an individual workstation.

Syntax:

<name of patch EXE> /T:"<folder where patch EXE located>" /Q /C:"msiexec /p <MSP file name> REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v <install log location> /qn"

In the following example, the /qn switch is used to install the service pack with no user interface (a silent install).

Example:

reflect-16.2.0.769-hotfix-w32.exe /T:"C:SoftwareUpdateReflectionDesktop 16.2 U2" /Q /C:"msiexec /p T162769.msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v c:tempexinstall.log /qn"

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Using the Installer

Typically, Reflection or EXTRA! service packs are installed by double-clicking on the service pack executable and following the installation instructions in the Service Pack Utility dialog box. For information about installing EXTRA! or Reflection service packs from the Service Pack Utility, see these technical notes:

KB 7021364—How to Apply a Service Pack to EXTRA! 9

KB 7021464—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to Reflection 2011 Products

KB 7021752—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to a Workstation Installation of Reflection

KB 7021753—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to an Administrative Installation of Reflection

Manually Applying a Patch

There are, however, situations in which administrators may want to use MSIEXEC to install an EXTRA! or Reflection service pack or hotfix manually. For example, if EXTRA! or Reflection was deployed using an imaging technique or Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) (rather than from an administrative install), the administrator may want to either deploy the patch so that individual users can update their workstations, or deploy the patch automatically or silently.

In these cases, the administrator can extract the *.msp file from the EXTRA! or Reflection patch executable and use the MSIEXEC command to apply the patch as described in the following sections.

Extracting the Service Pack/Hotfix (*.msp) File

Follow these steps to extract the *.msp file from the patch executable.

  1. Double-click the patch executable.
  2. In the Patch Installation dialog box, select “Save to a file (*.msp) for later application,” click Browse, navigate to the folder where you want the file to be saved, and then click Save.
  3. Finish the installation.

Applying the Patch to a Workstation without extracting it from the Patch EXE

The following describes how to automate a Hotfix or Update installation from a command line, for administrators who wish to avoid extracting the MSP file from the patch EXE, and thus run the appropriate MSIEXEC command to either apply the Hotfix or Update to an Administrative Install image or apply the Hostfix or Update to an individual workstation.

Syntax:

<name of patch EXE> /T:"<folder where patch EXE located>" /Q /C:"msiexec /p <MSP file name> REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v <install log location> /qn"

In the following example, the /qn switch is used to install the service pack with no user interface (a silent install).

Example:

reflect-16.2.0.769-hotfix-w32.exe /T:"C:SoftwareUpdateReflectionDesktop 16.2 U2" /Q /C:"msiexec /p T162769.msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v c:tempexinstall.log /qn"

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Using the Installer

Typically, Reflection or EXTRA! service packs are installed by double-clicking on the service pack executable and following the installation instructions in the Service Pack Utility dialog box. For information about installing EXTRA! or Reflection service packs from the Service Pack Utility, see these technical notes:

KB 7021364—How to Apply a Service Pack to EXTRA! 9

KB 7021464—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to Reflection 2011 Products

KB 7021752—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to a Workstation Installation of Reflection

KB 7021753—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to an Administrative Installation of Reflection

Manually Applying a Patch

There are, however, situations in which administrators may want to use MSIEXEC to install an EXTRA! or Reflection service pack or hotfix manually. For example, if EXTRA! or Reflection was deployed using an imaging technique or Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) (rather than from an administrative install), the administrator may want to either deploy the patch so that individual users can update their workstations, or deploy the patch automatically or silently.

In these cases, the administrator can extract the *.msp file from the EXTRA! or Reflection patch executable and use the MSIEXEC command to apply the patch as described in the following sections.

Extracting the Service Pack/Hotfix (*.msp) File

Follow these steps to extract the *.msp file from the patch executable.

  1. Double-click the patch executable.
  2. In the Patch Installation dialog box, select “Save to a file (*.msp) for later application,” click Browse, navigate to the folder where you want the file to be saved, and then click Save.
  3. Finish the installation.

Applying the Patch to a Workstation without extracting it from the Patch EXE

The following describes how to automate a Hotfix or Update installation from a command line, for administrators who wish to avoid extracting the MSP file from the patch EXE, and thus run the appropriate MSIEXEC command to either apply the Hotfix or Update to an Administrative Install image or apply the Hostfix or Update to an individual workstation.

Syntax:

<name of patch EXE> /T:"<folder where patch EXE located>" /Q /C:"msiexec /p <MSP file name> REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v <install log location> /qn"

In the following example, the /qn switch is used to install the service pack with no user interface (a silent install).

Example:

reflect-16.2.0.769-hotfix-w32.exe /T:"C:SoftwareUpdateReflectionDesktop 16.2 U2" /Q /C:"msiexec /p T162769.msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v c:tempexinstall.log /qn"

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Using the Installer

Typically, Reflection or EXTRA! service packs are installed by double-clicking on the service pack executable and following the installation instructions in the Service Pack Utility dialog box. For information about installing EXTRA! or Reflection service packs from the Service Pack Utility, see these technical notes:

KB 7021364—How to Apply a Service Pack to EXTRA! 9

KB 7021464—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to Reflection 2011 Products

KB 7021752—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to a Workstation Installation of Reflection

KB 7021753—How to Apply a Service Pack/Patch to an Administrative Installation of Reflection

Manually Applying a Patch

There are, however, situations in which administrators may want to use MSIEXEC to install an EXTRA! or Reflection service pack or hotfix manually. For example, if EXTRA! or Reflection was deployed using an imaging technique or Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) (rather than from an administrative install), the administrator may want to either deploy the patch so that individual users can update their workstations, or deploy the patch automatically or silently.

In these cases, the administrator can extract the *.msp file from the EXTRA! or Reflection patch executable and use the MSIEXEC command to apply the patch as described in the following sections.

Extracting the Service Pack/Hotfix (*.msp) File

Follow these steps to extract the *.msp file from the patch executable.

  1. Double-click the patch executable.
  2. In the Patch Installation dialog box, select “Save to a file (*.msp) for later application,” click Browse, navigate to the folder where you want the file to be saved, and then click Save.
  3. Finish the installation.

Applying the Patch to a Workstation without extracting it from the Patch EXE

The following describes how to automate a Hotfix or Update installation from a command line, for administrators who wish to avoid extracting the MSP file from the patch EXE, and thus run the appropriate MSIEXEC command to either apply the Hotfix or Update to an Administrative Install image or apply the Hostfix or Update to an individual workstation.

Syntax:

<name of patch EXE> /T:"<folder where patch EXE located>" /Q /C:"msiexec /p <MSP file name> REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v <install log location> /qn"

In the following example, the /qn switch is used to install the service pack with no user interface (a silent install).

Example:

reflect-16.2.0.769-hotfix-w32.exe /T:"C:SoftwareUpdateReflectionDesktop 16.2 U2" /Q /C:"msiexec /p T162769.msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus /l*v c:tempexinstall.log /qn"

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