GN Audio Jabra Direct 6.11.28601
Author: Paul Cobben
Date: November 1, 2023

Repackaging tips and silent install information for GN Audio Jabra Direct 6.11.28601. This App Tip provides comprehensive details for conducting a silent installation of Jabra Direct. It includes additional insights, such as user environment specifics, extra installation parameters, and repackaging tips.

About

Jabra Direct allows for remote call control of softphones. This means if you're using Microsoft Skype, Cisco Jabber, Avaya, or other supported platforms, you can control calls directly from your headset's buttons. So, you control how you work, and how you use your headset.

General Information

Vendor Information

GN Audio

Application Name

Jabra Direct

Application Version

6.11.28601

Download Link

https://jabraxpressonlineprdstor.blob.core.windows.net/jdo/JabraDirectSetup.exe

License Needed

No

Vendor Install

Installation Type

Setup.exe

Architecture

x86/x64

Description

Application Configuration/Settings

Registry

File

AD/GPO

AAD/GPO

User Environment Data

Registry

HKCU\Software\Jabra

File

%APPDATA%\Jabra\Direct;%APPDATA%\Jabra\BroadSoft\logs

Other

Infrastructure Dependencies

Description

ODBC

Connection Name

Driver

Parameters

Setup.exe parameters

MSI Public Properties

Installation Commands

Silent Install Command

"JabraDirectSetup.exe" /install /quiet /norestart

Silent Uninstall Command

"JabraDirectSetup.exe" /uninstall /quiet /norestart

Repackaging Score

MSI

Unknown

MSIX

Unknown

App-V

Unknown

ThinApp

Unknown

Citrix App Layer

Unknown

VMWare App Volumes

Unknown

Other

Full Functional
Silent Install

Repackaging Tips

Create a powershell script:JabraDirect-DisableUpdateNotifications.ps1
Stop-Process -ProcessName jabra-direct -force -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue

Write-Output "- Configure Jabra Direct"
$json = "$([Environment]::GetFolderPath("ApplicationData"))\Jabra Direct\config.json"
If (Test-path("$json")) {
Write-Output "-- Found the Config File, applying changes"
$a = Get-Content "$json" -Raw | ConvertFrom-Json

$a.DirectShowNotification.value = $false
$a.DirectShowNotification.locked = $false # Application overrides this value to False

$a | ConvertTo-Json -Depth 3 | Format-Json | Set-Content "$json" -Encoding UTF8
((Get-Content "$json") -join "`n") + "`n" | Set-Content -NoNewline "$json"

Run the script in the user environment.

Comments

2 Comments

  1. Mika

    Great. Thank you very much. I will use this information for the package creation.

    Reply
  2. Ronald Vonk

    Hi Mika, you’re welcome. We are always ready to be of assistance.

    Reply

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