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On 1/22/2011 at 10:10 AM, Christian Mairoll said:

Yes. We're using InnoSetup installer. It supports /SILENT and /VERYSILENT parameters. Please see InnoSetup documentation for details.

Well, I tried this with the Emsisoft command line scanner like shown here:

http://www.silentinstall.org/inno_setup

but it does not seem to work. Have you changed the installer meanwhile?

 

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Thank you but it does not seem to work, I run:

EmsisoftCommandlineScanner64.exe  /SP- /VERYSILENT /SUPPRESSMSGBOXES /NORESTART

but auto-install does not start and the installer window pops up instead.

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I'm sorry, I didn't realize this was for A2CMD and not EAM. A2CMD (Emsisoft Commandline Scanner) comes in a self-extracting ZIP archive rather than a traditional installer. You'll want the -s parameter to do a silent install. You can also use -d to specify the folder to install to. Here's an example (there does not need to be a space in between the -d parameter and the path to extract to):

EmsisoftCommandlineScanner64.exe -dC:\A2CMD -s

Note that this does open Windows Explorer to display the extracted files when it is done, so if you don't want that to happen then you will more than likely want to use unrar.exe (there are other versions available here) to extract the contents of the self-extracting archive. You can also use any freeware/open source archive manager capable of extracting RAR archives as well.

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