I am able to successfully run a silent installation by adding /quiet to the setup.exe. However, I am getting prompted when I attempt an uninstall. I have added /qn, /q, /qr and /quiet to no avail. Any ideas? Here is the command that is used for the uninstall: “C:\Windows\System32\CanonMF Uninstaller In formation\{0ABC556A-5A27-4708-9021-B72FB0F8B1F6}\misc\DelDrv.exe" /U:{0ABC556A-5 A27-4708-9021-B72FB0F8B1F6} /L0x0000
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This sort of problem is precisely why I almost never execute non-MSI vendor installs and always re-package them. Besides the other known benefits, I get to learn exactly what's going to end up on my workstations. Trusting the vendor to not screw things up is a step too far.
Answered 09/01/2010 by: VBScab
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