shawn Posted April 1 Report Share Posted April 1 Hi, all! Yesterday I had a need to download offline Chrome installers for new builds of v109 which will still be supported until October for Windows Server 2012 and 2012r2. Unfortunately, the only downloads I could find from Google were all for the current release (v111+). After some digging I found a way to collect the exe installers for Chrome for v109 by sending the update query to Google servers. It works quite well and I rolled it into a PowerShell script so it could easily be reused by others. You can get the script here. Here's the usage for v109/Server 2012: .\ChromeDownloader.ps1 win 64 -os 2012 This will download the current release of the offline Chrome installer for Windows Server 2012 x64. The downloaded file (right now) is 109.0.5414.129_chrome_installer.exe and would be installed using the following switches: 109.0.5414.129_chrome_installer.exe --do-not-launch-chrome --channel=stable --system-level Additional optional switches are: --create-shortcuts=2 --install-level=1 If you want to see the actual (pretty-printed) XML returned by Google you can use: .\ChromeDownloader.ps1 win 64 -os 2012 -do xml You can also use -do info to collect the permalink for the individual package. .\ChromeDownloader.ps1 win 64 -os 2012 -do info As of right now that returns: Version: 109.0.5414.129 Url: https://www.google.com/dl/release2/chrome/juzaykgd5e6nyvk27fwtbrjgoa_109.0.5414.129/109.0.5414.129_chrome_installer.exe File: 109.0.5414.129_chrome_installer.exe Hash: 4441c778f7f4b91df40350dff2b37fd4afb81a0165239ec1dd5f750834f1b54a Size: 93127208 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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