Large-Scale deployment using Microsoft Windows Installer


Collaboration Native App

Wildix offers MSI (Microsoft Windows Installer) packages for large-scale deployment on Per-Machine basis (multiple users on the same machine) for Windows, suitable in the deployments using Citrix, SCCM and Microsoft Terminal Server.

You can use MSI packages to install Wildix applications across your enterprise using Windows system management software such as Systems Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).

Collaboration native app offers the same features of web-based Collaboration


  • no support for text-to-speech in live search, chat
  • no possibility to change the default webcam (in case more than one webcams are available) for video call in Collaboration and ubiconf

MSI file for Windows: (silent installation mode for Collaboration Windows app – no pop-up confirmation windows during the app installation)

Example of the installation command

> Collaboration-1.0.8-host.msi /qn hidePreferences=1

Parameters (stored in the register)

  • host - host installation for all users on the computer 
  • hidePreferences - disable the settings menu for all users

This sets the default settings for all users (note: if the user installs his/her host through the settings menu, the priority will be given to user settings and the admin will not be able to change them through the command line until the user removes the host).

Key path in the registry

x64 - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Wildix Collaboration
x86 - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wildix Collaboration


Outlook Integration

Features: Outlook calendar sync with Collaboration, user presence, pictures sync with Outlook, click2call, IM, call popup, caller name lookup, live search in outlook contacts, URL to create / edit contact during a call. Documentation and videos:

MSI file for Windows:


Integration Service

Wildix Integration Service (WIService) is required by CDR-View, Popup App in Collaboration, WebRTC Phone Direct RTP. Note: WiService requires .NET Framework v.4.0

MSI file for Windows:








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