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Adminconfig.xml deploy with AD/Login population and deploy

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Sep 26th, 2013
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Hello all,


My first post here so apologies if I am posting in the wrong place.


We are moving from CUCM 6.1.4 to CUCM 9.x and one of my tasks is to roll the VMO for the new Unity Connection we are implementing. We have been told we want to have little user interaction therefore we need to pre-populate the Adminconfig.xml file before we deploy it.


Currently we are pushing VMO 9.0.2 via MS SCCM and that part works fine (removes the previous version 8.x, installs the pre-requisites and install 9.0.2) but does anyone know of a painless way of populating the xml file so there is little user interaction?


Previously we had a GPO with a VBS script for the old version but the new version install creates keys in the HKCU which are only availible when the wizard is run.


Does anyone have any experiences in this or any ideas?                 


Pratip

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champaneri Fri, 09/27/2013 - 01:54
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Any takers on this?


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Jonathan Schulenberg Fri, 09/27/2013 - 06:07
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If you put the XML file in the same folder as the MSI that SCCM pulls from, does it get embedded automatically?

champaneri Fri, 09/27/2013 - 09:41
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As the install is generic, so is the xml file. What I need then is to get the individual xml files populated and installed on the machines.

I was told of doing a mail merge and creating the files but the I need to get that done out to the user's. Just wondering if someone has a post installation vbs script or the like that can add the info.


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