If you’d like to deploy your license automatically so that the Enscape user doesn’t have to enter the code manually when starting Enscape for the first time, simply follow these steps:
1. Create a file called “License.txt” containing your license code
2. Create the directory “%ProgramData%\Enscape” on the computer on which you want to deploy Enscape
3. Place the License.txt in that freshly created directory
Upon startup of your used CAD software, the license code in the file will automatically be applied. If successful, the file will be deleted.
Here’s a very simple deployment script which you can adapt to your needs:
if not exist "%ProgramData%\Enscape" md "%ProgramData%\Enscape" echo your_license_code > "%ProgramData%\Enscape\License.txt" start /w msiexec.exe /i Enscape.msi /quiet ACCEPTEULA=1
Note: If you want your license to be deployed on each start up (for each user) without being deleted, name it “License-Persistent.txt”, and place it into “%ProgramData%\Enscape”.
Selecting the “all users” option from the installer will only install it for users who have already logged onto the local system at least once. In order to ensure the installation for every user, you have the following options:
msiexec.exe /i Enscape.msi REINSTALL=ArchiCAD
To suppress Update Notifications, Graphics Card Driver warnings, and the First Steps window you can set the following registry keys:
To perform this for the current user, just replace the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE with HKEY_CURRENT_USER.
NOTE: the implementation for suppressing these popup notifications is currently subject to change.
It is worth noting that uninstalling previous versions of Enscape prior to version 2.6 cannot be done by the MSI installer directly.
Instead, the commands to uninstall Enscape 2.5 can be found in the following registry entries:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Enscape → UninstallString (if Enscape 2.5 was installed for all users)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Enscape → UninstallString (if Enscape 2.5 was installed for the current user)
So, an automatic approach would be to read these registry values and execute the commands, if they exist.
NOTE: this only needs to be performed once.
If you need further assistance, please send an email to our support.