Hey Guys:

 

Need the whole comamnd line to install Dropbox silently. i know it is /S but where does it go? what it to go to program files also.

 

Nick

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"Pathtothefolder\dropboxinstaller.exe /S" They aren't placed in the program files, but instead in AppData.
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So the whole command line would be: "Pathtothefolder\dropboxinstaller.exe /S". I'm not sure what you mean by "but where does it go?", do you mean where do you put the command?

This may help you find more information about the dropbox install: http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/dropbox-doesn-t-show-up-in-k1000-software-inventory

 

Answered 07/26/2012 by: Ben M
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  • yes the whole command instead of the /s in other posts i was wondering where it goes in the command. But you helped me already ill give it a go and will respond back to you.
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I think he wants to know where in the command line to install dropbox does the /S go.

Dropbox 1.4.12.exe /S gets you to the account setup page.

It appears there's not much else you can provide without repackaging it:

http://forums.dropbox.com/topic.php?id=21838

http://www.paulmcgrath.net/e107_plugins/content/content.php?content.26

Answered 07/26/2012 by: jknox
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  • After some thought he could also be referring to the location of the dropbox files after installation. They aren't placed in the program files, but instead in AppData.
  • I've updated my content to the new 1.4.17 version.
    • I'm up to 3.2.4 as of 10/02/2015
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http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/dropbox-client-all-users-install-in-sccm
Answered 12/01/2014 by: staples
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