Peter Meijdam commented on May 8, 2009

Command line

Using

msiexec /i "Lotus Notes 8.0.2.msi" SETMULTIUSER=1 /qb"

worked for us installing the 8.0.2 client

Mark Dowling commented on May 7, 2009

MU command line

need to add a space between =1 and /qb - i.e.

setup /v"SETMULTIUSER=1 /qb"

Pam Gilday commented on Jul 2, 2008

Whoops -- the CORRECT MU command line parameter!

Spoke too soon -- use this command line instead:

setup /v"SETMULTIUSER=1/qb"

As te developer says > Problems may be encountered when attempting to run msiexec directly, bypassing the setup.exe program.

Pam Gilday commented on Jun 23, 2008

new silent multi-user command line parameter for 802 beta and 85 beta +

Prior to Notes 8.0.2 a transform was required for silently installing or upgrading a multi-user Notes install on Windows. A new command line option has been added in the 8.0.2 and 8.5 betas to remove that requirement.

To perform a Notes silent multi-user install or upgrade on Windows, use the "SETMULTIUSER=1" command line statement. An example is shown below:

msiexec /i "Lotus Notes 8.0.2.msi" SETMULTIUSER=1 /qb"

Devang Khatri commented on Apr 3, 2008

Performing a Notes multi-user silent install

The method shown above doesnt work unless you also add a new line in the property field in installshield

ALLUSERS=1

Also the response transform method listed by IBM give varied results on differnet machine. So it might work sometime and it might not.

Devang