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SolidWorks Toolbox property rolls back installation

Question asked by Ict Support on Apr 5, 2013



I'm deploying SolidWorks 2012 SP5.0 Education edition on a school network and so am using the following command line to install this:


INSTALLDIR="C:\Program Files\SolidWorks Corp\SolidWorks\" TOOLBOXFOLDER="C:\Program Files\SolidWorks Corp\SolidWorks Data\" SOLIDWORKSSERIALNUMBER="XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX" SIMULATIONSERIALNUMBER="XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX" ADDLOCAL=CircuitWorks,CoreSolidWorksTaskScheduler,ExampleFiles,FeatureWorks,HelpFiles,Intel_Modules_AgeiaX86,Manuals,Motion,PhotoView,RealViewGraphicsdisplay,ScanTo3D,Simulation,SolidWorks,SolidWorksAnimator,SolidWorksCosting,SolidWorksDesignChecker,SolidWorksRoutedsystems,SolidWorksUtilities,TolAnalyst,XchangeWorks ENABLEPERFORMANCE=0 SERVERLIST=25734@ServerName OFFICEOPTION=3


All installs successfully however, if I add the "SolidWorksToolbox" property to the ADDLOCAL command the install stops near the end and simply rolls back without any logged reasonn as to why.


Without this property present the Toolbox add-in feature isn't available within the main applicaiton so was wondering whether anyone would know why this would fail?


Many thanks