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Symantec AntiVirus 9.0.0.338

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Edit 4/22/04

Rename Symantec Antivirus.msi to sav.msi. Look below for an example.

ECHO.

ECHO Installing Symantec AntiVirus Corp v9.0.0.338

ECHO Please wait...

start /wait %systemdrive%\install\Applications\sav\sav.msi /qn RUNLIVEUPDATE=0 REBOOT=REALLYSUPPRESS

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Symantec AntiVirus 9.0.0.338

What's this, please? NAV Pro or Corporate or what?

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I haven't got v8.1 yet. Symantec is running faster than our incomes!

How much is that, please? :)

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I have extracted it and have now the *.msi file but wont work :rolleyes:

I use:

start /wait %systemdrive%\install\Applications\sav\Symantec AntiVirus.msi /qn RUNLIVEUPDATE=0 REBOOT=REALLYSUPPRESS

Error:

sav.jpg

Djus :)

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You must put quotes:

"%systemdrive%\install\Applications\sav\Symantec AntiVirus.msi"

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I newer put quotes for my other apps and all works fine.

I did try with quotes and nothing happens, no error no nothing :)

Last time it (same error)was a wrong name for the *.msi, but this time it isnt a modified *.msi - if you remember.

There's a trick you can try to see what causes this problem.

When importing to WinINSTALL, if you named "ACDSee 6.0 PowerPack.msi" "ACDSee6.msi" for example, then try changing the string to:

Start /wait %systemdrive%\Install\Applications\acdsee\ACDSee6.msi

Before you execute the batch, rename "ACDSee 6.0 PowerPack.msi" to "ACDSee6".

I could send you the *.msi if you will its 4mb or so.

greetz

Djus

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Execuse me, Djus.

I thought it happened because there's space in the file name.

If I had this version, I could help you. Sorry!

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That error is definately caused by the space in the name as you can see in the screenshot. "sav\Symantec"

Rename the MSI file to SAV.msi or something and try again.

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That error is definately caused by the space in the name as you can see in the screenshot. "sav\Symantec"

Rename the MSI file to SAV.msi or something and try again.

OK I did that, and now it starts I put switch qb to see what happens.

Error

sav2.jpg

what now?

thx

Djus :)

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Ok forget the renaming and use quotes like mazin already mentioned. The setup expects the exact name of the msi file.

Sorry for the confusion.

start /wait "%systemdrive%\install\Applications\sav\Symantec AntiVirus.msi" /qn RUNLIVEUPDATE=0 REBOOT=REALLYSUPPRESS

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hi,

i just ran some tests with the new version and it works perfectly when the .msi is renamed to SAV.msi.

sav.msi /qb LIVEUPDATE=0 REBOOT=REALLYSUPPRESS

does the trick.

hope this helps

cya

Killer Bee

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