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Can I enter License Key/License Server URL via Command Line when installing ReSharper?

No. License Settings management cannot be done via the command line now, so it should be configured manually on users PC after installation completes - on the 1st Visual Studio (with ReSharper) launch, or later in the "ReSharper | Help | License Information" dialog.

This is a common request, and we are considering about adding some "command line" commands in the future for these kinds of needs.

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    Jetbrains

    I would absolutely love to be able to do this. This way I can run the install via Chocolatey.

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    Pzillman

    Please help us SCCM administrators by providing a way to set licensing settings via command line.  Thanks.

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    Roman Zuravljov

    Could be integrated into MSI as well. For example (a hint for developers) as Properties: PRODUCT_CODE=Full (or VCsharp or VBNET), LICENSE_KEY=1234567890123456789, LICENSE_TYPE=Single(or Server or whatever), LICENSE_SERVER=None(or 123.123.123.123 or mylicenseserver.mysite.com), LICENSE_SERVER_PORT=[whateverPortNumber] ... 

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    Corné van den Bosch

    Any updates on this yet?

    Because I as well would love the possibility to enter the license key during installation (preferably as a parameter to the MSI, so I can create a MST for this to install via GPO).

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    Daniel Hilgarth

    Also looking for an update on this.

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    Gabriel Plante

    This is seriously lacking. This feature is a must-have for any SCCM and Local administrators when they want to manage more than 100 computers with this plugin. Please look into!!

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    Corné van den Bosch

    Well, a year ago they said it isn't a possibility yet, but "we are considering about adding some "command line" commands in the future for these kinds of needs"

    Still haven't heard about it being possible now though.
    And this is a serious issue, generating a lot of extra work for me; not being able to insert the (updated) license key into the installation, but instead having to enter it manually...

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    Gabriel Plante

    They really need to look into it. As a side-note, you should look into adding your licenses in their floating license server, that way you only need to update the server and not the computers. The computers point to the server.

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    Daniel Hilgarth

    Gabriel, that would still require to configure each installation to point to that server, wouldn't it?

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    Gabriel Plante

    Yes, but only once. You don't need to change the license every year when you renew.

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    Gabriel Plante

    I believe the license information is found in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\JetBrains\Shared\vAny
    Why can't it be in HKLM instead... the same way we can now do a "all users" installation.

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