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cyberyeye

Avira Setup Creator - for Avira Antivir Personal v10

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New italian url:

[Italian]
Setup=avira_free_antivirus_it.exe
Av_Url=http://personal.avira-update.com/package/wks_avira/win32/it/pecl/avira_free_antivirus_it.exe
SetupLngTxt=(IT)

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New build: 1.2.3.0

Changelog: Updated all url to newer setup Avira Free Antivirus 2012

+ Asc Gui Languages files are all now put in \Lang\*.lng files; + others minor fix in sourcecode

That's all for this build!

Note: Please report here any bad url from 'Asc\Files\Settings.ini'

Merry 'xmas and Happy new year to all :lol:

Edit: Avira server seems slow in this day :/

Edited by cyberyeye
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Thank you for good job

We were waiting for the new version and the new amendments

Greet you

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Question...

I've packaged the avira.exe and I'm using the -y switch for a silent installation (via WPI), but the AVIRA installation GUI comes up anyway and I need to input things manually.

Any clue?

BTW, thanks for the great APP!

Edited by SlipStreamer
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I've made a test (virtualbox & win7 without uac) to create a fresh Antivir Free 2012 english build (avira.exe, v12.0.0.898) and then installed it using a command prompt: x:\path\to\avira.exe -y

result: eveything went fine

I've also test it using RunOnceEx regkey, everything went fine here too. I've never tried Wpi so I can't say i have no clue why "avira.exe -y" is not working with your Wpi script :(

Maybe you got a problem with arg or/and quotes, syntax error in your Wpi script ?

If you find a solution feel free to post here, this can be useful to others people.

Once again, sorry but I have no idea.

Good luck !

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I've made a test (virtualbox & win7 without uac) to create a fresh Antivir Free 2012 english build (avira.exe, v12.0.0.898) and then installed it using a command prompt: x:\path\to\avira.exe -y

result: eveything went fine

I've also test it using RunOnceEx regkey, everything went fine here too. I've never tried Wpi so I can't say i have no clue why "avira.exe -y" is not working with your Wpi script :(

Maybe you got a problem with arg or/and quotes, syntax error in your Wpi script ?

If you find a solution feel free to post here, this can be useful to others people.

Once again, sorry but I have no idea.

Good luck !

I was having the same problem, so I put the computer to reboot before installing Avira, and Avira left for last in the installation of WPI.

It must be some program of your installation that makes it necessary to restart the computer.

Sorry my english, I'm using google translator

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No problem here ... ( using an old version of WPI )

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I've made a test (virtualbox & win7 without uac) to create a fresh Antivir Free 2012 english build (avira.exe, v12.0.0.898) and then installed it using a command prompt: x:\path\to\avira.exe -y

result: eveything went fine

I've also test it using RunOnceEx regkey, everything went fine here too. I've never tried Wpi so I can't say i have no clue why "avira.exe -y" is not working with your Wpi script :(

Maybe you got a problem with arg or/and quotes, syntax error in your Wpi script ?

If you find a solution feel free to post here, this can be useful to others people.

Once again, sorry but I have no idea.

Good luck !

I was having the same problem, so I put the computer to reboot before installing Avira, and Avira left for last in the installation of WPI.

It must be some program of your installation that makes it necessary to restart the computer.

Sorry my english, I'm using google translator

Nice, I'll test it out and report back. Thanks.

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Russian version does not load the necessary files.

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If you want update to Avira Free Antivirus 2013 do the following:

  • Create or get an old unattended package with Avira Setup Creator (avira.exe)
  • Download the current Avira Free Antivirus 2013 offline setup (about 100 MB) from http://www.avira.com
  • Open the downloaded file with 7-Zip and extract it to a folder
  • Open the old unattended package (avira.exe) with 7-Zip
  • Drag the extracted files from the new setup to the open 7-Zip window and overwrite all files

It works for me on Windows XP SP3 (32 Bit). I didn't notice any problems so far (scanning folders works).

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Hey Guys !

Finally i'm back after a little break :unsure:

I've updated Asc to remove support for Antivir 2012 (and old previous antivir version), and of course added support to: Avira Free Antivirus 2013

Quick Test in a Vbox with french and english Antivir version using Asc Gui and Asc in silent mode (in a prompt console).

As usual everything should works fine, if not feel free to post here :lol:

* Updated link on first page as usual.

Advice: read the Faq (\Asc\Doc\_Readme.html) in section: "Using Asc with CmDLine", and "WebGuard & Ask Toolbar". There's a few change with ASC switches.

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