The silent installation option allows you to install the Remote Access Agent on multiple computers without requiring any user interaction.
Your registry key file contains variables that are used when you execute the command for the Remote Access Agent installation. Before running silent installation of the Remote Access Agent, replace the variables in the registry key file with the appropriate information on your WebEx service website. The following table describes how you can provide the appropriate syntax for each key.
The URL for your WebEx service website.
Replace yourcompanywebsite with the URL of your WebEx service website.
For example, the syntax can be "SilentSiteURL"="xyz.webex.com"
The ID for the group in which you want to set up Remote Access computers.
You can look up the group ID in an invitation email message for the appropriate group. To obtain the group ID, go to the Groups page, and then select the Send Email Invitation icon for the group. The URL in the email invitation contains the group ID.
For example, for this invitation URL, https://wbs21sc.webex.com/wbs21sc/sc30/smt.php?AT=ST&UID=0&GID=2680, the group ID is 2680.
If you don’t specify one, the default group ID is 0; the computer is then added to the Root group.
Name of the computer.
Replace name of computer with the name you want to give to the computer. If you leave it blank, the default name is the user name for the remote computer.
Alias of the computer.
If you leave it blank, the computer will not have an alias.
User name for your proxy server authentication.
If you use proxy server authentication, replace Proxyserverusername with the user name for the proxy server.
Password for your proxy server authentication.
If you use proxy server authentication, replace Proxyserverpassword with the password for the proxy server.
Determines whether to show or hide the Remote Access Agent icon on the task bar of the computer. If you hide the Remote Access Agent icon, the Remote Access Agent options also do not display in the Start > Programs menu on the desktop.
The value 0 shows the Remote Access Agent icon. The value 1 hides the Remote Access Agent icon. The default value is 0.
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