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Fronza
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Deploy Power BI Desktop by SCCM

Hello everyone
I am creating a package to a Power BI Desktop deployment, through SCCM 2012 R2 SP1,
using the .msi file which I downloaded. The package are: PBIDesktop.msi and PBIDesktop_x64.msi, the command being passed ( "C: \ WINDOWS \ system32 \ msiexec.exe" / i "PBIDesktop_x64.msi" / qn with user context) however is giving an internal error 1603
I wonder if the Power BI Desktop package supports this through installation of SCCM?
Someone would have any idea about it or someone has already made a through deployment of SCCM?

 

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v-qiuyu-msft
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Hi @Fronza,

 

To deploy the Power BI Desktop by SCCM, I would suggest you use Applications mode. In your scenario, please check if the Installation behavior is set as "Install for user". And check if the command is correct like below:

 

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If issue persists, as the issue is more related to SCCM, I would suggest you post a new thread in SCCM forum to get dedicated support.

 

Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu

 

 

 

Community Support Team _ Qiuyun Yu
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shawnrand
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We need to modify the “installation program" command line. Add ACCEPT_EULA=1 to automatically accept the EULA during the automated installation or PowerBI will not install successfully (1603)

 

pbid-7.jpg

Also PowerBI does not allow installation behavior on a per user basis so use the install behavior of “install for system”

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simchas
New Member

Hi,

Help me. I have the same error when try to deploy PBIDesktopRS_x64.msi (May-2020) via SCCM 1910.

I tryed to do all recommendation (Per user/per device and etc). 

Thanks

 

rtruss
New Member

anyone know the switch to disable auto  updates and update notifications during the install?  Being that this requires local admin rights (hence SCCM) users cannot update on thier own.  Or can they once installed, like Chrome does?

msiexec /i "PBIDesktop_x64.msi" /q ACCEPT_EULA=1 DISABLE_UPDATE_NOTIFICATION=1

Thanks i will have to give that a go.

shawnrand
New Member

We need to modify the “installation program" command line. Add ACCEPT_EULA=1 to automatically accept the EULA during the automated installation or PowerBI will not install successfully (1603)

 

pbid-7.jpg

Also PowerBI does not allow installation behavior on a per user basis so use the install behavior of “install for system”

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Thank you, It all worked out in my tests.

EddiGio
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it could solve it, I can not deploy by systemcenter

EddiGio
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it could solve it, I can not deploy by systemcenter

v-qiuyu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Fronza,

 

To deploy the Power BI Desktop by SCCM, I would suggest you use Applications mode. In your scenario, please check if the Installation behavior is set as "Install for user". And check if the command is correct like below:

 

L_43A4.tmp - Copy.PNG

 

L_89F6.tmp.PNG

 

If issue persists, as the issue is more related to SCCM, I would suggest you post a new thread in SCCM forum to get dedicated support.

 

Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu

 

 

 

Community Support Team _ Qiuyun Yu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Thank you for your reply, I will test.

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