Silent install

MichaelLashinsky@drugplastics.com MichaelLashinsky "at" drugplastics.com
Tue, 22 Jan 2002 16:05:58 +0000


     It should not be too hard to set it all up in a batch file "  *.bat  "
and have it install, then run the shortcut for the default reg. settings.
Then the shortcut for the " Install as Service" and " Run Service Helper".
Finally run a "  *.reg  " file to install your default reg settings such as
password and AllowProperties and RemoveWallpaper.  To install silently you
will need to record an ' *.iss ' file and include it in the run install
command line.
     While I do not personally write batch files (yet) My immediate
supervisor and the head programmer write them all the time.  They seem
straight forward enough.  However for some reason we almost always (on win
9x machines) have to increase the initial memory in the properties window
of the batch file to '1024'.  The 'auto' setting consistently does not
work.
     Good luck and have fun.  I am.


Have a Good Day,

Michael L.




                                                                                                                          
                    RCayton "at" horine.com                                                                                    
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is there a way to get VNC to install silently.....say via a cd autorun
feature?
then install the service.
then have it import a reg file to change the password ..etc.?

thanks!

Ryan Cayton
Technical Analyst
Horine and Associates, LLC.
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