GoToMeeting Silent Install (How-To Guide)


GoToMeeting is a web-hosted service created by LogMeIn. It is an online meeting, desktop sharing, and video conferencing software package that enables the user to meet with other computer users, customers, clients or colleagues via the Internet in real time. This article will serve as an informative guide and give you a clear understanding of how to perform a silent installation of GoToMeeting from the command line using the MSI installer.

How to Install GoToMeeting Silently

GoToMeeting Silent Install (MSI)

  1. Navigate to https://link.gotomeeting.com/latest-msi
  2. Download the MSI to a folder created at (C:\Downloads)
  3. Open an Elevated Command Prompt by Right-Clicking on Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator
  4. Navigate to the C:\Downloads folder
  5. Enter the following command: 
    • MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 /qn
  6. Press Enter

After a few moments you will find GoToMeeting entries in the Installation Directory and Programs and Features in the Control Panel. A reboot post-install will be required before you will see the GoToMeeting Desktop Shortcut and Start Menu entries.

Software Title:GoToMeeting
Vendor:LogMeIn, Inc.
Architecture:x86_x64
Installer Type:MSI
Silent Install Switch:MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 /qn
Silent Uninstall Switch:MsiExec.exe /x G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi /qn
Repair Command:MsiExec.exe /fa G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 /qn
Download Link:https://link.gotomeeting.com/latest-msi
PowerShell Script:https://silentinstallhq.com/gotomeeting-install-and-uninstall-powershell/

The information above provides a quick overview of the software title, vendor, silent install, and silent uninstall switches. The download links provided take you directly to the vendors website. Continue reading if you are interested in additional details and configurations.


Additional Configurations

Create an Installation Log File

The GoToMeeting installer offers the option to generate a log file during installation to assist with troubleshooting should any problems arise. You can use the following command to create a verbose log file with details about the installation.

GoToMeeting Silent Install (MSI) with Logging

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 /qn /L*v "%WINDIR%\Temp\GoToMeeting-Install.log"

Do Not Start GoToMeeting Automatically at Logon

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 G2MRUNATLOGON=false /qn

Enable GoToMeeting Integration with Lotus Notes

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 G2MINTEGRATION=Notes /qn

Enable GoToMeeting Integration with Outlook

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 G2MINTEGRATION=Outlook /qn

Enable GoToMeeting Integration with Default Email Client

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 G2MINTEGRATION=Email /qn

Disable Certain Recordings

Disables the ability to Record Screen from system tray and removes the “Recording” tab from the Preferences window.

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 G2MDISABLERECORDINGMENU=true /qn

Disable Record Audio

Disables the inclusion of the audio conference in your session recordings.

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 G2MRECAUDIO=false /qn

Convert Video Content to Windows Media Player Format

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 G2MRECCONVERT=true /qn

Configure Recording Save Location

Specifies the location where the session recording files will be stored.

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 G2MRECPATH=C:\G2MRecordings /qn

Configure Chat Save Location

Specifies the location where the chat log files are stored.

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 G2MCHATSAVEPATH=C:\G2MChats /qn

Enable GoToWebinar Product Entitlements and Install Shortcuts

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 G2WENABLED=true /qn

Disable GoToMeeting Automatic Updates

MsiExec.exe /i G2MSetupXX.XX.XXXXX_IT.msi G2MINSTALLFORALLUSERS=1 G2MPERFORMAVC=false /qn

How to Uninstall GoToMeeting Silently

Check out the GoToMeeting Install and Uninstall (PowerShell) post for a scripted solution.

  1. Open an Elevated Command Prompt by Right-Clicking on Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator
  2. Enter one of the following commands:
VersionGoToMeeting Silent Uninstall String
10.15.19228MsiExec.exe /x {14F6237E-B346-472A-B903-E1A46F1D041E} /qn
10.15.19228"%LocalAppData%\GoToMeeting\19228\G2MUninstall.exe" /uninstall /silent
10.14.18962MsiExec.exe /x {35D53D4A-BF64-4F1A-814D-D1703BF80646} /qn
10.14.18962"%LocalAppData%\GoToMeeting\18962\G2MUninstall.exe" /uninstall /silent
10.13.18705MsiExec.exe /x {7C47B226-EAF9-41C1-8D1E-A83F5B8DDB83} /qn
10.13.18705"%LocalAppData%\GoToMeeting\18705\G2MUninstall.exe" /uninstall /silent
10.12.18425MsiExec.exe /x {FAD96681-A131-4622-B53A-C656061B517B} /qn
10.12.18425"%LocalAppData%\GoToMeeting\18425\G2MUninstall.exe" /uninstall /silent
10.11.18068MsiExec.exe /x {5705FCE9-2AF1-4C94-81B8-8F89C32C53FB} /qn
10.11.18068"%LocalAppData%\GoToMeeting\18068\G2MUninstall.exe" /uninstall /silent
10.8.16786MsiExec.exe /x {8DA8DA1A-18CB-4B8F-B7BF-EE1B4EE9338B} /qn
10.8.16786"%LocalAppData%\GoToMeeting\16786\G2MUninstall.exe" /uninstall /silent
10.4.15939.1MsiExec.exe /x {A36B5DCD-5408-42FF-839C-2BC4B75F202F} /qn
10.4.15939.1"%LocalAppData%\GoToMeeting\15939\G2MUninstall.exe" /uninstall /silent
8.41.0.12127MsiExec.exe /x {C1786EBE-A9E6-40EC-BA7C-D59E24C87FE3} /qn
8.41.0.12127"%LocalAppData%\GoToMeeting\12127\G2MUninstall.exe" /uninstall /silent
8.38.1.11282MsiExec.exe /x {8307EE5B-B0E5-4584-86D4-CB30819219BE} /qn
8.38.1.11282"%LocalAppData%\GoToMeeting\11282\G2MUninstall.exe" /uninstall /silent

Always make sure to test everything in a development environment prior to implementing anything into production. The information in this article is provided “As Is” without warranty of any kind.

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