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Hello,
I must install an MSI package which install an exe. But when I launch the MSI, i have file which are used by another program is runnin. So, i have a window where i can choose the button "Ignore" and the installation is running and will finish when the application will closing.
So, i would like to know how can i automatically choose "Ignore" button whit command line.

Thank you and sorry for ma bad english...:(
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I think I would go for a simple script from http://www.autoitscript.com/
Works like a charm.
Answered 12/17/2008 by: Guybrush
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Doesn't "/qb-" help?
Answered 12/17/2008 by: AngelD
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Doesn't "/qb-" help? Ahhhh...the ultimate dilemna - do I rely on PendingFileRenameOperation, which results in a required reboot, or do I build a script to detect the process running and prompt the user to close it? Tricky...

I certainly wouldn't recommend using AutoIt (or similar) to "click" 'Ignore' because in all likelihood that will mean that one or more files won't get installed/upgraded.

You probably require both strategies, in fact, to cater for silent and attended installs.
Answered 12/17/2008 by: VBScab
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