Google SketchUp Pro 8.x is an .EXE that contains an .MSI installer. You can use the same command-line params as for 7.x or put them in the Property table of a MST/Transform.
Can't see any useful command-lines with "/?" (hardly a surprise these days), but the MSI ends up in the following location (thereabouts) on Windows 7 when you double-click the EXE: C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Temp\7zS54D.tmp
you can find the msi file in the %temp% folder. just type in %temp% into run and look for the folder named 7zS6.tmp
Running the default setup using the App-V Sequencer from Microsoft works without error. Also able to push the virtual app via SCCM 2007.
I was able to extract the .msi from the .exe using WinRar, then deploy it silently using /i /qn.
To find the msi you can also run procmon and the installer at the same time. Just watch file changes and filter on the name of the installer. You can also filter 'catagory contains write'.
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