Installing SGEasy without using the SGGina

  • Article ID: 108528
  • Updated: 08 Jun 2010

SafeGuard Easy multi-platform 4.5x

Client OS

Windows XP SP2 Professional Edition

Server OS

Windows 2003


What can be done to ensure that the SGGina will be not installed?


Specifies whether the SafeGuard GINA System is to be installed to control the Windows logon. The default setting is that the SafeGuard GINA is installed (GINASYS=1).

To ensure that the SGGINA is not installed, you must use GINASYS=0.
This setting has to be provided using a msiexec command e.g msiexec /i C:\Install\Sgeasy.msi GINASYS=0

Using this command would run an attended installation but the GINA component would not be installed.

Hint: What are the consequences of not using the SafeGuard SGGINA.DLL ? --> Please check article 107281 for further information.

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