We are using Rhino 6 and Rhino 7.
We have installed Rhino 7 (before we created the offline package) version 7.1.20343.09491 with the following command line
“bootstrapper.exe -quiet -norestart LICENSE_METHOD=ZOO ZOO_SERVER=name.domain.com COMPANY_NAME=UNStudio SEND_STATISTICS=0 ENABLE_AUTOMATIC_UPDATES=0 DISABLE_INTERNET_ACCESS=1”
Then after the installation everything is working and it is getting the license from the ZOO automatically.
Now we want to upgrade to the new version release 7.2.21012.11001 and we used the same command line but then it is not getting the license automatically from the ZOO. Also the lic file which is located also for Rhino 7 inside folder “C:\ProgramData\McNeel\Rhinoceros\6.0\License Manager\Licenses” has been gone. When you start Rhino you will get the message “A first screen pop up with Rhino 7 Needs a license” So it isn’t going right away to the ZOO.
For Rhino 6 we could upgrade new releases for the ZOO and standalone installations with only the command line “Bootstrapper.exe -quiet -norestart COMPANY_NAME=UNStudio SEND_STATISTICS=0 ENABLE_AUTOMATIC_UPDATES=0 DISABLE_INTERNET_ACCESS=1” and this was working all times but not with Rhino 7. A first screen pop up with Rhino 7 Needs a license.
So my question how is this possible and what is the best method too upgrade new releases for Rhino 7?
It seems that it first totally uninstall the old version and then install the new version (and delete the lic file ) but it isn’t connecting right away to the ZOO.