Snapin Examples

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See also: SnapinPacks

All below examples utilize the new FOG Client, version 0.9.11+ and FOG 1.3.0

Chrome MSI deployment

Google Chrome MSI:

https://www.google.com/work/chrome/browser/

Snapin name:

Google Chrome

Snapin Storage Group:

Your storage group

Snapin Run With:

msiexec

Snapin Run With Argument:

/i

Snapin File:

googlechromestandaloneenterprise.msi

Snapin Arguments:

/quiet

Video Example (plays in Chrome or Firefox with html5 plugin):

7zip MSI example

7-zip MSI:

http://www.7-zip.org/download.html

Snapin Name:

7-zip-x64

Snapin Storage Group:

Your storage group

Snapin Run With:

msiexec.exe

Snapin Run With Argument:

/i

Snapin File:

7z1514-x64.msi

Snapin Arguments:

/quiet


Video Example (plays in Chrome or Firefox with html5 plugin):


EXE example deployment

You can run EXEs with FOG snapins. The arguments would be whatever arguments the EXE itself accepts - this is different for every EXE.

For example an exe called writeAnimals.exe might accept arguments such as -mammals or -continent and might also accept -habitat or -outputFile

If we create a snapin for this EXE using these arguments, it would look something like this:

Snapin Name:

Run the writeAnimals executable

Snapin Storage Group:

Your storage group

Snapin Run With:

Leave Blank

Snapin Run With Argument:

Leave Blank

Snapin File:

writeAnimals.exe

Snapin Arguments:

-mammals -continent 'asia' -habitat 'rainforest' -outputFile C:\mammal_list.txt

EXE snapin example.png