deviceTRUST 19.2 is now available and includes the new macOS Client and an updated iOS Client. See the release notes for more information.

Installing the deviceTRUST Console

The deviceTRUST Console requires a user account with local administrative privileges to install the deviceTRUST Console on the targeting system. The installation can be performed by following the steps of the deviceTRUST Console installer.

Console Installer - Welcome
Console Installer - Welcome
Console Installer - License Agreement
Console Installer - License Agreement
Console Installer - Ready to Install
Console Installer - Ready to Install
Console Installer - Complete
Console Installer - Complete
Note:
  • Installation path: %PROGRAMFILES%\DEVICETRUST\CONSOLE

Unattended Installation

The deviceTRUST Console can be installed unattended from the command line interface with the following options:

Component Commandline
dtconsole-x64-release-x.x.x.x.msi The deviceTRUST 64-bit Console installer file can be customized by common Microsoft Windows Installer parameters. An unattended installation can be achieved with the following parameters:

MSIEXEC.EXE /I DTCONSOLE-X64-RELEASE-X.X.X.X.MSI /PASSIVE /FORCERESTART
dtconsole-x86-release-x.x.x.x.msi The deviceTRUST 32-bit Console installer file can be customized by common Microsoft Windows Installer parameters. An unattended installation can be achieved with the following parameters:

MSIEXEC.EXE /I DTCONSOLE-X64-RELEASE-X.X.X.X.MSI /PASSIVE /FORCERESTART
dtpolicydefinitions-x.x.x.x.zip The Administrative Templates (ADMX) contained in this file are automatically installed to the local computer. However, if your domain is not configured to load ADMX files from the local computer, you will need to copy the contents of this file to the appropriate location.