Deploying LiveScribe Desktop in an SCCM Task Sequence

LiveScribe is cool and all, but it has no silent install. GRUMBLE @ YOU PEOPLE. Here’s an AutoIt script to automate the install. This works as of LiveScribe Desktop v2.8.3 for Windows. This was put together by one of our student employees named ‘Jason’. Jason needs a higher-paying job; so if you want a good entry-level tech drop me a line!

Run("LivescribeDesktop_Install_Win_v2.8.3.exe")
WinWaitActive("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Back")
ControlClick("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Next", 100)
WinWaitActive("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "I agree")
ControlClick("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "I agree", 1300)
ControlClick("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Next", 100)
WinWaitActive("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "C&hange")
ControlClick("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Next", 100)
WinWaitActive("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Next")
ControlClick("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Next", 100)
WinWaitActive("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Next")
ControlClick("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Next", 100)
WinWaitActive("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Next")
ControlClick("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Next", 100)
WinWaitActive("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Finish")
ControlClick("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "Start", 1300)
ControlClick("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Finish", 100)

Compile this, put it in the same folder as your LiveScribe download, and you should be good to go. One note — if your PC doesn’t have internet access during the install, you’ll get a certificate warning which will hang your TS. If you feel like fixing this, please shoot me your new code and I’ll update this post and credit your work.

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2 thoughts on “Deploying LiveScribe Desktop in an SCCM Task Sequence

  1. Worked great, with just a minor tweak for 2.8.3 on Win7 x64 – changed line 2 as follows:
    WinWaitActive("Livescribe Desktop Setup", "&Next")</code)

    Thanks!

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