The support of scripted installation is based on standard Windows Installer command-line installation. There are four custom MSI properties, which are used:
Optional. This is used to define a local Active Directory group for which members WorkPoint Express will be loaded in Microsoft Office applications. Note that if this is used, an Azure AD group cannot be used as It requires a local AD group. This also means that if you run pure Azure AD, WPACCESSGROUP cannot be used.
Used to define the central web service URL. This is static and should be "https://wpedatastore.azurewebsites.net".
Optional. WorkPoint Email Manager specific feature (default not installed).
Always required. Follows the format "XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX". This is your license key for WorkPoint Express.
The following examples are how a scripted installation could look like for both the MSI and EXE installation with an azure datastore.
Note that the WPE datastore is used only for storing settings and favorite details for WorkPoint Express.
With an azure datastore:
msiexec /I "WorkPoint Express.msi" /qb WPINSTALLJOURNALIZEFLAG=1 WPACCESSGROUP=DOMAIN\WPEGROUP WPREGSERVICEURL=https://wpedatastore.azurewebsites.net SOLUTIONID=XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXXX
"WorkPoint Express Setup.exe" /s /v "WPINSTALLJOURNALIZEFLAG=1 WPACCESSGROUP=DOMAIN\WPEGROUP WPREGSERVICEURL=https://wpedatastore.azurewebsites.net SOLUTIONID=XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX"
With a local datastore:
Note that the use of local datastores is deprecated. WorkPoint encourages instead the use of an Azure datastore.
msiexec /I "WorkPoint Express.msi" /qb WPINSTALLJOURNALIZEFLAG=1 WPACCESSGROUP=DOMAIN\WPEGROUP WPREGSERVICEURL=http://wpwebservices/WorkPointExpress
"WorkPoint Express Setup.exe" /s /v" WPINSTALLJOURNALIZEFLAG=1 WPACCESSGROUP=DOMAIN\WPEGROUP WPREGSERVICEURL=http://wpwebservices/WorkPointExpress"