I am trying to deploy Dragon with PDQ Deploy, but the installation hangs because the msi needs the license key input. I am not sure what script parameters i need to input to keep the installation going and pass through the license key.
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Answered 01/22/2018 by: VBScab
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If ver. 12 is anything like ver. 11, you can use this script as a guide.  I created it for a client who purchased individual licenses, so it'll prompt the user to manually type the serial number.  If you have one license, it makes it that much easier:



@echo off
cls

Rem ********************************************************
Rem ** Script developed to ease the installation process of 
Rem ** Dragon NaturallySpeaking ver. 11
Rem **
Rem ** V.Janeczko - 6/27/2012
Rem ********************************************************

Set SN=

Echo.
Echo Please enter the serial number, including dashes, below.
Echo.
Echo example: 12345-123-1234-1234-12
Echo.
Echo Verify your serial number before pressing Enter or the install will hang.
Echo.

Set /P SN="serial number: "

Echo Thank you.
Echo.
Echo Running the C++ runtime for Dragon install...
msiexec /i "Visual C++ 9.0 Runtime for Dragon NaturallySpeaking 64bit (x64).msi" TRANSFORMS="%~dp011.50.100\01\C++Dragon.mst" /qr /l*v "c:\windows\logs\Visual C++ 9.0 Runtime for Dragon NaturallySpeaking 64bit (x64) Install.log"
Echo Complete.
Echo.
Echo Running the Dragon NaturallySpeaking install...

msiexec SERIALNUMBER=%SN% /i "Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11.msi" PRODUCTUPDATEFLAG=0 TRANSFORMS="%~dp011.50.100\01\Dragon.mst" /qr /l*v "c:\windows\logs\Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11.50.100 Install.log"
cls
Echo The Dragon NaturallySpeaking install is now complete.
Echo When running the program, users will be prompted to activate the software.
pause

Answered 01/22/2018 by: vjaneczko
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