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Distribute Cura 2.5.0 to computers

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Hi!

I need to be able to distribute Cura 2.5.0 to the users of the school i work at.

I would prefer a .msi file for installation.. is there one availible? Where can i find it?

If there is no .MSI file, is there any option on the .exe install file i can use to distribute the file to out computers silently?

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> I would prefer a .msi file for installation.. is there one availible?

No, there is not

> If there is no .MSI file, is there any option on the .exe install file i can use to distribute the file to out computers silently?

Unfortunately, as far as I know, there is not.

If you can install the required msvcrt version, and don't need the Arduino drivers (or can install them in a silent way yourself), you should be able to just distribute the files. IE: install Cura on one machine, and then just distribute the files from Program Files/Cura 2.x to other computers.

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