I wanted to give something back to the group since everyone has been so helpful to me. Thank you all.
I was having trouble creating a package for the Maxon Cinema 4D installation of which we are currently on the R17 release. I reached out to Maxon and they told there is no silent install for Cinema 4D but once installed you can move the Maxon folder to whatever machine you need it on, that is minus the license file of course. Here is what I did.
On a clean system I installed Cinema 4d and entered in all of the License and server information that was needed. I also started it up to make sure it was working correctly. I then ran any updates inside Cinema 4D that were needed. Once that was all done and I ran it again after updating to make sure it ran correctly one more time I quit Cinema 4D.
I opened the finder and went into the user account in which I installed Cinema 4D on and in the "/UserAccount/Library/Preferences" folder I moved the file "17mca" to the root "/Library/Preferences" folder. This file contains the License number. The server info is contained elsewhere in the MAXON folder system.
This is directly from from Maxon concerning the server "license.ini" file:
The file used to connect to the License Server is called license.ini; it's automatically generated on installation if you check the "Use License Server" checkbox when asked for a serial number. If you didn't do that, that's fine, I've attached a sample license.ini file. All you need to do is open it up in Notepad or TextEdit and in the "server = " line, add the IP address or network name of the license server machine, then save it to your Cinema 4D installation folder's root (C:\Program Files\MAXON\Cinema4D on Windows, "Applications/MAXON/Cinema4D" on Mac). This file will work for all machines so you only need the one.
In Composer I dragged the folder "/Applications/MAXON", I also dragged the file I just moved "/Library/Preferences/17mca" into Composer.
I did a package create, dumped it to Casper Admin, made settings changes for our environment and Casper Remote'd it to a Test system which worked fine from Yosemite up to Sierra.
I hope this helps and thank you everyone for coming to my add many times.
Have a very great day today!