How to install GlobalProtect without user intervention? PowerShell script with elevated rights.

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How to install GlobalProtect without user intervention? PowerShell script with elevated rights.

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I'm looking for some enlightenment, I'm aware that I can run either of the following PowerShell scripts to remove the application:

> msiexec /uninstall %userprofile%\Downloads\GlobalProtect64.msi /qn
> msiexec /uninstall %userprofile%\Downloads\GlobalProtect64.msi /quiet

However - Because Microsoft Store is disabled through a policy, what PowerShell script can I run to install the application. The reason behind the question is I believe the local installation has corrupted itself.

 

Regards

Branko 

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@Branko 

Assuming that you really just need to input the portal address so that the user doesn't need to type it after the install has finished, you can use the following:

msiexec.exe /i GlobalProtect.msi /quiet PORTAL=”portal.acme.com”

L0 Member

Thank you for the information, I've altered the portal information to reflect our settings but it still fails to install the application. Let me try tomorrow as it's been a long day today.

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