As an administrator, you can install Slido for Windows (PowerPoint Add-in) using our MSI file and do a bulk install for users in your organization. With available command line parameters, you can turn off update notifications for the end users or execute a silent installation.
In this article:
- System requirements
- Download the installer
- Install Slido for Windows
- Installing updates
You need to meet the following system requirements to install Slido for Windows using our MSI file:
- Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 and later
- Windows 7 SP1 and later (64-bit)
- .NET Framework 4.6.2
Download the installer
You can download the installer on this link.
We currently support only 64-bit Windows operating system.
Install Slido for Windows
For bulk installations, you can use the MSI file with a third-party distribution software to bulk install Slido for Windows to selected users or computers.
Administrator permissions are required, as this is a per machine installation.
You can add the following command line parameter to disable update checks and prevent users from updating the Add-in to have full control over the update process.
0 = product will check for updates (default)
1 = update checks are disabled
Do not show notifications for the users to update to the new version of the Slido Add-in.
Example: msiexec /i C:\SlidoAdmin_x64_v0.18.0.msi DISABLE_UDPATE_CHECKS=1
Where “C:\SlidoAdmin_x64_v0.18.0.msi” is the path to the MSI file downloaded to the computer.
We support silent installation and all the other standard Windows Installer parameters (msiexec.exe) from the command line.
Example: msiexec /i C:\SlidoAdmin_x64_v0.18.0.msi /quiet
We regularly release updates to Slido for Windows but the major updates happen once in a quarter. To install the latest version of the Add-in, you can always find it on the link shared in the download section.
To find out what the latest version number is, you can visit slido.com/powerpoint and compare it by checking the original MSI download file stored on your computer.