beeker Posted February 20, 2007 Share Posted February 20, 2007 (edited) Skype's "Skype for Business" version is flexible. It will install IEPlugin and FFPlugin by default, but this can be prevented using switches in the silent installation:(I noticed these switches in the "Condition" table using Orca)msiexec /i SkypeSetup.msi FEATURE_IEPLUGIN=0 FEATURE_FFPLUGIN=0 /qb!Skype does not run automatically after a silent installation, but it does automatically run after a full UserInterface installation.If you want, you can edit SkypeSetup.msi using OrcaEDIT: (Shark has a recent version of Orca at Shark's repository):To stop Skype from running after installation, search for "StartSkype" (without quotes)- Delete this entry in the "InstallExecuteSequence" table- Delete this entry in the "Property" tableTo stop Skype from running on System Startup, search for "CurrentVersion\Run" (without quotes)- Delete this entry in the "Registry" tableThe msi UILevel property is set to 5 for a full UserInterface installation(lower numeric values are used for silent, basic-UI, and reduced-UI installations)To stop installation of plugins in silent mode,- Add " OR UILevel<5" (without quotes) to both entries in the "Condition" tableAttached is my AutoIt script that does all this for me, hopefully it will still work with next Skype version.Read the comments inside the script to see links to my dependencies.MakeBusVer.au3 Edited February 21, 2007 by beeker Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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