Having some issues getting a nice clean quiet install of iTunes 6. If I run the setup with a /r to create a setup.iss file, when I then run the setup with a /s (after copying the setup.iss to the setup directory) it doesn't run silently.

If I try and run msiexec to install the extracted msi, I get

To run a silent install you must either specify a response file or override this event
(OnMSISilentInstall()) and provide your own implementation.

The setup will now end.

Any idea how I can specify the setup.iss response file that I've created previously?

I've searched around this board, and google, there's lots of tips for earlier versions of iTunes, just not the latest version.

Kire
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Try this :-

iTunesSetup.exe /s /v"SILENT_INSTALL=1 ALLUSERS=1 /qb"
Answered 12/09/2005 by: BEPhipps
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This should work too.

iTunesSetup.exe /S /V"SILENT_INSTALL=1 INSTALL_DESKTOP_SHORTCUTS=0 ASSUME_QT_DEFAULTS=0 ASSUME_MEDIA_DEFAULTS=1 ALLUSERS=1" /w"
Answered 12/09/2005 by: Foleymon
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Thanks BEPhipps, that one worked

Foleymon, do you have one too many quotes on that command line?

Kire
Answered 12/13/2005 by: kire
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