Package Request - Respondus Lockdown Browser

Not planned

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  • Official comment
    Nate Blevins

    Hey Wendy,

    Because this particular software requires you to have a license to even download it, we'll have to mark this as Not Planned for now.

    If you need help creating a package for your environment please let me know and i'll do my best to help. I found a guide on the Publisher's website on how to create a silent install of this particular software, it's not a simple process, but it can be done, the link is below.

    Silently Install Lockdown Browser

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  • John Barbuto

    clicked on the button and it went to -1 instead of +1 ???

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  • John Barbuto

    Nate, thanks for following up, but I was able to figure it out.  Thanks.

    John

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  • Nate Blevins

    John,

    Would you mind sharing your package to me so i can show other users how to create a package for this? 

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  • John Barbuto

     

    Respondus BrowserLockdownLabOem for Ready to Work testing

     

     

     

    First download the latest version.

     

    Then copy it to a folder on C:\Temp

     

    From a command line: LockDownBrowserLabOEMSetup.exe /r

     

    Go thru the install process

     

    Then go to c:\Windows and find the newly created setup.iss file, copy that file to a folder

     

    Then re-run the command LockDownBrowserLabOEMSetup.exe /r

     

    Find the new setup.iss and rename it UnSetup.iss

     

     

     

    Put the LockDownBrowserLabOEMSetup.exe, the setup.iss and Unsetup.iss files in a folder named Respondus on your repository.  

     

    PDQ job

     

    Step 1 is a file copy the contents of the Repository\Respondus folder to the c:\temp folder on the computer you are installing it on.

     

    Step 2 is a command line c:\temp\LockDownBrowserLabOEMSetup.exe /s /a /f1"c:\temp\setup.iss"

     

    To uninstall you just duplicate the job and change it to

     

    c:\temp\LockDownBrowserLabOEMSetup.exe /s /a /f1"c:\temp\Unsetup.iss"

     

     

     

    You can use a RD /S /Q “C:\Temp” command if you want to delete the files when done if you want.

     

     

    I can email you the packages if you want, as a follow up

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  • Nate Blevins

    John,

    Thanks! Please go ahead and email the package to support and it'll be assigned to me. That way i can take screenshots. It's hard to create a package and test it if you don't have the files, so this would help a lot, thanks!

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  • Mark Marousek

    These steps are not working for me. Any suggestions?

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  • Mark Marousek

    I found my mistake. I was trying to use the .iss method because the .msi was not working. I needed to check the box for "Include Entire Directory" in the details tab of the .msi installer step, and the installation worked perfectly.

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