Deploy Logitech Unifying - is that possible?

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Hi

Tried following the guide to deploy Win32 apps and then pack the Logitech Unifying software.

On my test machine, it says its installing, but nothing is installed at all? 

Any Clues - or is it not possible?

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I was able to install this software using Win32 App deployment like this:

 

  • I created a install.cmd with the following command
    • @echo off
      start /w "%~dp0" unifying250.exe /S && timeout /t 4 > nul && taskkill /f /im DJCUHost.exe
      exit /b 0
  • Package these two files with IntuneWinAppUtil from a folder (remember to set unifying250.exe as the setup file)
  • Upload package to Intune
  • Under program, set Install command to: install.cmd
  • Set uninstall command to: C:\Program Files\Common Files\LogiShrd\Unifying\UnifyingUnInstaller.exe /S (or create an uninstall.cmd with this command)
  • For detection rules I used Registry with the following parameters
    • Key Path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Logitech\Unifying
    • Value Name: Version
    • Detection method: Version comparison
    • Operator: Greater than or equal to
    • Value: 2.50.25
  • Return codes, defualt