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digital signature iPrint silent install

I want install iPrint on Win7 SP1 x64 devices. First scenario after sysprep the installation runs as "Run as secure system user" no pop up (error), no error in zmd-messages.log and no installation. Second scenario: If I run the nipp-sl.exe manually it pops up a message that the driver has no digital signature and asks to continue installation.

Is there a way to install iPrint silent?


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Michael
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Re: digital signature iPrint silent install

Fd131,
> If I run the nipp-sl.exe manually it pops up a message that
> the driver has no digital signature and asks to continue installation.
>
> Is there a way to install iPrint silent?


Yes. Install the certificate beforehand. Export it from a machine where
it is already installed and create a bundle that user CertMgt to install
it:

Certutil.exe -f -addstore “TrustedPublisher” C:\cert\cert.cer

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Anders Gustafsson (NKP)
The Aaland Islands (N60 E20)

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Re: digital signature iPrint silent install

Thanks it works 🙂
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Re: digital signature iPrint silent install

Fd131,
> Thanks it works 🙂


Cool. I have used that trick a few times

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Anders Gustafsson (NKP)
The Aaland Islands (N60 E20)

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Re: digital signature iPrint silent install

I do something very similar. We seem to have a bunch of these pop up over time. I created a script that will just import all the certs from a particular directory. So I can easily package these and run the script to update certificates. The code below is a file called importcerts.cmd. I just create a bundle that dumps this and a certs directory with all the .cer files in it anywhere (usually to %temp%) and runs the importcerts.cmd. It will automatically import all the files found in the certs directory just below where importcerts.cmd is run from. Certmgr.exe is from the Windows SDK. It is a stand alone EXE as far as I can tell.

@echo off
:: importcerts.cmd
:: Set Variables
SET installroot=%~dp0
echo Importing all cert files in %installroot%certs
FOR /f %%i in ('dir /b %installroot%certs') DO (certmgr.exe -add %installroot%certs\%%i -c -s -r localMachine TrustedPublisher)
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Re: digital signature iPrint silent install

Casutton,
> I do something very similar. We seem to have a bunch of these pop up
> over time. I created a script that will just import all the certs from a
> particular directory. So I can easily package these and run the script
> to update certificates.


Problem is that this will not work unless the user has admin rights on the
workstation.

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Anders Gustafsson (NKP)
The Aaland Islands (N60 E20)

Have an idea for a product enhancement? Please visit:
http://www.novell.com/rms

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