paul3vanz Posted April 12, 2004 Share Posted April 12, 2004 hi everyone, i noticed no-one has put the silent switches for NOD32, ive just started using this instead of piddling about trying to get NAV2004 silently in! i gotta say its bloody quick and has some awards for being so **** good, i really recommend you give it a go if you're fed up with NAV.anyways, here's the switch i'm using for silent install:setup.exe /silentmoderegedit /s settings.regthe settings.reg file, is all the settings exported from the registry from an already installed and configured version. here's the rest of the switches with descriptions if you are interested/silentmode - silent installation - switches to the mode without any dialog windows/uninstall - uninstall of the existent installation/forceold - installs also over a newer version/cfg= - a switch with the configuration file name set up by the administrator (eg: "config.xml")/settings= - name of the mandatory "setup.xml" file/test - a test of the program - it just runs and does nothing (it just writes date of the execution and parameters of the program to the "nsetup.log" file)/reboot - in silent mode, even if there is a need for restart after the installation, the machine is not restarted. If this parameter is used a restart is forced./pwd= - entering a password for uninstall - it's needed to add when the NOD settings are locked/nup= - if this parameter has any value set (to a filename with a component), the setup doesn't require "setup.xml" for the whole installation, but it is possible to make a supplement installation with that component)/instmfc - switches the mfc installation on, if needed, also without asking - also important especially for the silent mode; if some of the mfc’s from Microsoft are part of the installation package (if they are in the same directory) – they are checked by setup if these (or a newer ones) are on the target computer - if not, they will be installed.hope this helps someone. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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