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Proper way to install using EXE

  • 23 September 2022
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I am trying to install the Barracuda Content Shield for our endpoints but its an EXE and not an MSI, plus it needs a key file. The instruction on their site say to use this on the command line:

 

BarracudaContentShieldSetup-2.3.4.1.exe
ISFeatureInstall="WebFiltering,MalwarePrevention"
KEYPATH="bcs.key" 
/silent

 

Can i upload both the exe and .key file in a policy? Also, for the command line in the policy it says to use powershell syntax and I am not sure how to convert the above to powershell.

 

Thank you.

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Best answer by jack.smith 24 September 2022, 01:14

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Upload both files to the worklet. Then give this one-liner a try

 

Start-Process BarracudaContentShieldSetup-2.3.4.1.exe -ArgumentList "ISFeatureInstall='WebFiltering,MalwarePrevention' KEYPATH='bcs.key' /silent" -Wait

 

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Thank you. I tweaked what you put just a little bit based on some other worklets i saw. It works. Thank you.

 

exit (Start-Process BarracudaContentShieldSetup-2.3.4.1.exe -ArgumentList ("ISFeatureInstall=Webfiltering,MalwarePrevention KEYPATH=bcs.key /silent") -Wait -Passthru).ExitCode

 

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