I use the command line "msiexec.exe /i "MA5Enterprise.msi" ALLUSERS=1 /qn /norestart /log output.log" to install Metadata Assistant in Windows 7 and it works fine. But when I use the same line for Windows 10, it installs (with registry access denied errors) and the Outlook plugin will not work. I contact Payne (makers of Metadata Assistant) and they say it has to be installed with elevated privilege.
I copy it to the Windows 10 laptop and run it from an administrator cmd prompt, and it installs fine...add-in works. Everything I read here SAYS pdq installs with elevated privilege, but that does not seem to be the case for me, even though the account it is using is a domain admin account.
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