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  1. doh!, and Premiere: Setup.exe /s /f1"setup.iss" where iss has [InstallShield Silent] Version=v7.00 File=Response File [File Transfer] OverwrittenReadOnly=NoToAll [{A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-DlgOrder] Dlg0={A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdWelcome-0 Count=8 Dlg1={A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdAskOptionsList-0 Dlg2={A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdLicense-0 Dlg3={A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-CUSTOM_USERINFO-0 Dlg4={A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdConfirmRegistration-0 Dlg5={A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdAskDestPath-0 Dlg6={A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdStartCopy-0 Dlg7={A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdFinishReboot-0 [{A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdWelcome-0] Result=1 [{A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdAskOptionsList-0] Component-type=string Component-count=1 Component-0=International English Result=1 [{A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdLicense-0] Result=1 [{A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-CUSTOM_USERINFO-0] Name=' ' Company=company SerialNumber=24 numbers with no dashes [{A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdConfirmRegistration-0] Result=1 [{A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdAskDestPath-0] szDir=C:\Program Files\Adobe\Premiere Pro 1.5 Result=1 [{A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdStartCopy-0] Result=1 [Application] Name=Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 Version=1.5 Company=Adobe Lang=0009 [{A14F7508-B784-40B8-B11A-E0E2EEB7229F}-SdFinishReboot-0] Result=1 BootOption=0 again .ini file attached Abcpy.ini
  2. Photoshop try this: Setup.exe -s -f1"setup.iss" where setup.iss contains: [InstallShield Silent] Version=v7.00 File=Response File [File Transfer] OverwrittenReadOnly=NoToAll [{EFB21DE7-8C19-4A88-BB28-A766E16493BC}-DlgOrder] Count=0 also just in case this is the copy of the abcpy.ini file i use and it works.(attached) Abcpy.ini
  3. hmmm are you serious? can hardly belive that. i used Custom Installation Wizard out of Office2003 resource kit made MST file. then: %office2003installdir%\setuppro.exe TRANSFORMS=%yourMSTfile%\config.MST /qn /noreboot thats it
  4. right how about you try this: msiexec /i itunes.msi PROGRAMFILES=%systemdrive%\Mutlimedia or may be try hardcoded drive for starters to be sure, then variable.
  5. glad you found it useful B)
  6. i just had a thought...its 01:50am here now when you are doing set PROGRAMFILES what you are actually setting is user variable and its only valid for your script, system variable is still your real PROGRAMFILES. you see msi installer will look into your system variables. do a simple test run echo %PROGRAMFILES% in cmd(not from within script) and see what it comes back with.
  7. bump... ok i will do some more editing on sunday and let you know, how is it otherwise?
  8. no problem man im doing my bit
  9. UPDATE: 23.03.2005 right, sorry guys first bug found, also now fixed new file available for download on the same link.
  10. dude, quicktime is included, v6.5.2 good guess durex itunes wont become default player so as quicktime
  11. no, you dont, but hey, its always better to be sure than sorry
  12. well /qb will just give you progress bar /qn will make it completely silent/hidden msiexec /i %INSTALLDIR%\iTunes_4.7.1.30.MSI /qn
  13. updated, version see first post in this thread
  14. you can put it @T-13 cmdlines.txt but according to your previous posts you are using autologon so just put the script "RogueSpear" wrote into RunOnce section of your winnt.sif file under [GuiRunOnce]
  15. try this [GuiUnattended] AdminPassword=* EncryptedAdminPassword=No AutoLogonCount = 1 then change your password later on. also give it a logoncount for better security. and bobs your uncle:)