Command-line parameters to silently install your deployable Splashtop Streamer

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Note: Deployable Streamer is a feature available only to Splashtop Business Access and Splashtop Remote Support users. Download your deployable Streamer by logging into my.splashtop.com and clicking on Management>Deployment.

Note: If you use the "Easy Deployment package" with the code embedded, there is no need to include dcode in command line parameters.

Windows

New install using EXE:

streamer.exe prevercheck /s /i dcode=your_code,confirm_d=0,hidewindow=1

Upgrade using EXE:

streamer.exe prevercheck /s /i hidewindow=1
  • Replace "streamer.exe" with the actual file name of your streamer installer.
  • Replace "your_code" with your own 12-digit deployment code.

Note that there is no space after each comma.

EXE parameters:

  • prevercheck: (required)
  • /s: Silent installation. Bypass InstallShield prompts.
  • /i: Run in command-line mode (required).
  • dcode=your_code: Inject your 12-digit deployment code to automatically associate the Streamer with your Splashtop Business team.
  • confirm_d=0: Do not show the confirmation prompt when injecting deployment code.
  • hidewindow=1: Do not show the Streamer window after installation.
  • sec_opt=number: Security option. (Note: the deployment code config overrides this parameter)
    • 0: No additional password
    • 1: Require security code
    • 2: Require Windows login on
  • sec_code=your_security_code: Choose the security code to use (no space or special symbols allowed).
  • req_perm: Request permission to connect option.
    • 0: Off
    • 1: Reject connection after request expires
    • 2: Allow connection after request expires 
  • notray: Tray icon on taskbar.
    • 0: show tray icon
    • 1: no tray icon

Create a custom configured MSI for GPO deployment:

For easier deployment via Group Policy (GPO), you can create a custom configured MSI to include several settings, such as the deployment code. Here are step-by-step instructions:
Custom MSI with Orca.

New install using MSI:

msiexec /norestart /qn /i streamer.msi USERINFO="dcode=your_code,hidewindow=1,confirm_d=0"

Upgrade using MSI:

msiexec /norestart /qn /i streamer.msi REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=vomus MSIENFORCEUPGRADECOMPONENTRULES=1 CA_UPGRADE=1 USERINFO="hidewindow=1"
  • Replace "streamer.msi" with the actual file name of your Streamer MSI installer.
  • Replace "your_code" with your own 12-digit deployment code.

Note that there is no space after the comma.

MSI parameters:

  • /qn: Silent installation.
  • /i: Run in command-line mode (required).
  • hidewindow=1: Do not show the Streamer window after installation.
  • dcode=your_code: Inject your 12-digit deployment code to automatically associate the Streamer with your Splashtop Business team.
  • sec_opt=number: Security option
    • 0: No additional password
    • 1: Require security code
    • 2: Require Windows login on
  • sec_code=your_security_code: Choose the security code to use (no space or special symbols allowed).
  • confirm_d=0: Do not show the confirmation prompt when injecting deployment code.

Silent uninstall:

streamer.exe msiexec /qn /x setup.msi

This uninstallation command works for both EXE and MSI installations.

 

Mac OS X

sudo ./deploy_splashtop_streamer.sh -i streamer.dmg -d your_code -w 0 -s 0 -v 0
  • Replace with the appropriate installer image file name and your own 12-digit code.
  • Download the script file Deploy_splashtop_streamer.sh.zip below (uploaded August 12, 2020).

Parameters:

  • -d your_code: Inject your 12-digit deployment code to automatically associate the Streamer with your Splashtop Business team.
  • -w 0: Do not show the confirmation prompt when injecting deployment code.
  • -s 0: Do not show the Streamer window after installation.
  • -v 0: Do not install Splashtop Remote sound / Soundflower driver. This helps with deployment via Munki.
    Installing the driver will hang if the Mac has no users logged in at the time of deployment.
    To include the sound driver installation, exclude the -v parameter.
  • -h 1 : hide tray icon (0/1). (default 0)

 

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