From the Autodesk discussion groups, ScouseCAD writes:
We use network deployment software called Altiris to deploy software across our group. We want to create an installation image, similar to the standalone network deployment image we use for AutoCAD. We want to install the 2D DWF Writer 3.1, upgrading from DWF Writer 2 but leaving Autodesk DWF Viewer 6.5 installed.
Software Developer, Steven Velez provided the answer:
Perform an administrative install of the product. This downloads and unpacks the install to a network directory:
C:\>msiexec /a http://download.autodesk.com/esd/dwfwriter/DWFWriter.msi
Save the fixup.script file as fixup.js and drag and drop the installed msi file on to the js... This will modify the installation defaults for the package.
Write a script that runs the installer for a user:
msiexec /i <network install path>\DWFWriter.msi /qb
Steven notes that this approach is not perfect. The process outlined in this blog article is applicable to Autodesk DWF Writer 3.1. The approach to future Autodesk DWF Writer releases may be different. Any unanticipated side-effects as a result of this process should not be reported as defects.