khadgar

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  1. You can use InstantCopy.exe /qn REBOOT=Suppress. Works for me anyway
  2. Yes it is I created my own installer (using WinRAR SFX) to do the trick. Extract all files to a temporary directory. Make two copies of deployment.ini and name them deployment0.ini and deployment1.ini. Edit deployment1.ini and change the Enable=0 to Enable=1. Create the following files: disable.cmd del deployment.ini copy deployment0.ini deployment.ini exit enable.cmd del deployment.ini copy deployment1.ini deployment.ini exit speeduprun.cmd @ECHO OFF ECHO. ECHO Enabling Adobe Acrobat SpeedUp... ECHO. start /wait enable.cmd "Reader SpeedUp.exe" start /wait disable.cmd exit uninstall.cmd @ECHO OFF ECHO. ECHO Removing Adobe Reader Speed-Up v1.28... regedit /s "%programfiles%\Adobe Reader Speed-Up\uninstallremove.reg" DEL /Q "%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Adobe Reader Speed-Up" RD "%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Adobe Reader Speed-Up" DEL /Q "%programfiles%\Adobe Reader Speed-Up" RD %programfiles%\Adobe Reader Speed-Up" ECHO. ECHO Finished Removing Adobe Reader Speed-Up v1.28 exit uninstall.reg Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\AdobeAcrobatSpeedUp] "DisplayName"="Adobe Reader Speed-Up v1.28" "UninstallString"="\"D:\\Program Files\\Adobe Reader Speed-Up\\uninstall.cmd" uninstallremove.reg Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce] "UninstallAdobeReaderSpeedUp"="cmd.exe /C\"RD \"%programfiles%\\Tools\\Adobe Reader Speed-Up\"" [-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\AdobeAcrobatSpeedUp] "DisplayName"="Adobe Reader Speed-Up v1.28" "UninstallString"="\"D:\\Program Files\\Adobe Reader Speed-Up\\uninstall.cmd" Use this information for the SFX module ;The comment below contains SFX script commands Path=Tools\Adobe Reader Speed-Up SavePath Setup="%programfiles%\Adobe Reader Speed-Up\speeduprun.cmd" Overwrite=2 Title=Adobe Reader Speed-Up v1.28 Shortcut=P, "C:\Program Files\Adobe Reader Speed-Up\Reader Speedup.exe", "Adobe Reader Speed-Up", "Adobe Reader Speed-Up v1.28", "Adobe Reader Speed-Up v1.28" This does a little more then what you wanted. The following actions are performed: - install - run Adobe Reader Speed-Up silent - create shortcuts - create uninstall information When uninstalling (Add/Remove Programs) all files and shortcuts are removed. The install directory will be removed after the first reboot.
  3. Also unsuccessfull in installing it registered. Have the same problem with PowerQuest V2i Protector (Desktop Edition) which is actually the same program. As always with Symantec, when they see something they like, they buy it and label it with their own name...... Anyway, no luck so far. Using the applications mentioned on http://unattended.msfn.org/xp/applications.htm haven't brought a solution either. Looks like PowerQuest did it's best to hide the register information Is there a way to prevent the reboot after install? Tried the regular switches but they won't work.
  4. Not exactly what I had in mind but its a solution I can live with Creater a WinRAR SFX which extracts, creates shortcuts and adds the uninstall information to the registry. On to the next one If anyone has an idea how I can install PowerQuest V2i Protector with serial already included it would be nice too.
  5. Trying to get Trillian Pro 2 to install unattended, no luck so far. Anyone got it to work?
  6. Install applications in any directory you want Got stuck while trying to get a Wise Installer application to perform a silent install into the directory of my choice. First I tried to change the programfiles variable by using: set programfiles=X:\Program Files\CustomDir This trick didn't work for the Wise Installer but the next one did So far I have been using this for WinRAR and QuickPar. Start Notepad and copy and paste the following code into it: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion] "ProgramFilesDir"="C:\\Program Files" Save this as progfiles.reg in the root of your $OEM$\$1\Install directory. Now you have a reg file with the default location of the Program Files directory. Next we're going to customize this: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion] "ProgramFilesDir"="C:\\Program Files\\Tools Compression" Save this as progfilestmp.reg in the root of your $OEM$\$1\Install directory. In the example of WinRAR the code in my startup.cmd would look like this: ECHO. ECHO Installing WinRAR 3.40 ECHO Please wait... regedit /s %systemdrive%\install\progfilestmp.reg start /wait %systemdrive%\install\Applications\ToolsCompression\WinRAR34\wrar340.exe /s regedit /s %systemdrive%\install\progfiles.reg Echo Moving WinRar Start Menu Items and Shortcuts move "%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\WinRar" "%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Tools Compression" DEL /Q "%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Start Menu\Programs\WinRar" RD "%systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Start Menu\Programs\WinRar" This installs WinRAR into the Directory I specified in progfilestmp.reg and also moves the Start Menu shortcuts to the directory of my choice. I think this might be usefull, for me it is anyway