DWG Trueview 2015 – Unattended Command Line Installation

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To install Autodesk DWG Trueview 2015 as a unattended silent install, which you can also use in SCCM to add the application to the software catalog and also in WDS as an application install, you should first download the installation files that you require from the link below:


DWG TrueView 2015 Download Link


Once you have downloaded the executable file, you should extract the installation files from it. Then use the command line below from the root of the extracted setup files:

 setup.exe /w /t /l /q setup.ini  

You can then also use the command line below for the uninstall string (change x86 for x64 where appropriate):

 msiexec /x "x86dwgviewrdwgviewr.msi" /q /norestart  

You can then also use the MSI file located here for the detection method (change x86 for x64 where appropriate):


A little tip as well is that the full version of Microsoft Dot Net 4 Framework is required for this install, if you do not have it installed, create this as an application as well and add it as a Dependency and it will install it for you as part of this installation. I’ve added another post on how to add Microsoft Dot Net Framework as an application in SCCM here.


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