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I've read the white paper on [url="http://www.bartenderbarcodesoftware.com/label-software/whitepapers/silent-install-of-bartender.pdf"]Silent Installs[/url] but I didn't see anything about setting features such as emailing the admin when the SLS fails connection or there is an issue with the number of printers. Am i understanding that point correctly? The email setup happens on each workstation? or is this a one time setup where SLS is running?

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You can setup alerts via the "Administer>Alerts Setup" menu item in License Server and the various BarTender clients. Select only those messages that are important enough to warrant an email alert. This is a computer/application level setting.

Alert setup is mentioned in the below white paper:

[url="http://www.bartenderbarcodesoftware.com/label-software/whitepapers/licensing-for-bartender's-automation-editions(english).pdf"]http://www.bartenderbarcodesoftware.com/label-software/whitepapers/licensing-for-bartender's-automation-editions(english).pdf[/url]
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I understand that you can set it on the application, this means for every silent install I push down I then have to open up Bartender and set it to email the admin. My question was can this be done through the silent Install?
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Not supported in the silent install command line yet, but I'm looking into a workaround for you.
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Hi Ian,

would the "/q" suffix work for the "DriverWizard.exe" as well? Any workaround for silent installation of the driver only?

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In the DriverWizard Help you will find information on the supported command lines for automation driver installation.  I paste it below but the formatting is a bit bad:

 

DriverWizard Command Line Documentation


 

Installation

 

Example Usage


DriverWizard.exe install /name:"Printer Name" /model:"Driver Name" /default /share:"Share Name" /port:"LPT1"

DriverWizard.exe install /autodetect

 

Command Parameters


 


Parameter


Description


/name


The
name of the printer.  (This is the "friendly" name shown in
the Printers Folder.)


/model


The
name of the driver.


/default


This
will set the printer as the default printer.


/share


This
will set the printer as a shared printer with the specified name.


/port


The
port the printer is connected to.


/autodetect


DriverWizard
will look for any PnP printers that were recently connected and install the
driver.

 

Removal

 

Example Usage

 

DriverWizard.exe remove /printer:"Name of Printer"
DriverWizard.exe remove /driver:"Name of Driver"
DriverWizard.exe remove /all /driver
DriverWizard.exe remove /all /driver:"Name of Printer Manufacturer"
DriverWizard.exe remove /monitor:"Name of Monitor"
DriverWizard.exe remove /file:"Name of File"

 

Command Parameters


 


Parameter


Description


/printer


Remove
a printer.  This is the "friendly" name displayed in the
Printers Folder.


/driver


Remove
a printer driver.  (The driver will only be removed if there are no
printers using the driver.)


/monitor


Remove
a language monitor or port monitor.


/file


Remove
a file.  The full path name must be specified.

 

The /all option

 

Only works with /driver.
It will remove all drivers and associated printer and file from the system.
 
Specifying a Printer Manufacturer will remove all printers and drivers of that manufacturer only.

 

Batch Commands

 

Example Usage

 

DriverWizard.exe @C:\commands.txt

DriverWizard will execute the specified command file.  A command file is a text file containing commands defined above.

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By the way, I believe the Alert Setup configuration is stored in the "Messages.btm" file found in the "C:\ProgramData\Seagull\BarTender" folder.

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Thank you very much!

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Hi Ian,

 

When I try to run DriverWizard.exe install, I am propted to reboot the computer. Is there a way we can run the install from command line without having to reboot? I am trying to install the datamax-o'neil_7.3.4 drivers.

 

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This normally indicates that a driver component was in use at time of the upgrade and so couldn't be upgraded until a reboot releases the file for upgrading.  However, due to a degree of cross version compatibility, you might well find the new installation does in fact work properly even without a reboot, although a reboot is recommended to be done at your earliest convenience.

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