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I have been stuck on this issue for weeks now. If anyone can help, i would appreciate it.

I need to suppress reboot after uninstalling nero silently but i can't figure it out. Ive tried every switch and tried other methods from this site.
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Have you tried to add the following to the Property table?

REBOOT=ReallySuppress
Answered 06/06/2007 by: JdotQ
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Have you tried passing this on the command line?

RebootYesNo=No

It sometimes works on tricky reboots.
Answered 06/06/2007 by: megan
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Ive tried reboot-reallysuppress, rebhootyesno=no, /qn, /noreboot, /qb, norestart.
Answered 06/06/2007 by: kimaster
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Have you tried to conditionalize the ScheduleReboot action to false?
Answered 06/07/2007 by: AngelD
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i noticed you typed your reponses in lower case.

MSI properties are case sensitive so if thats what you are using it wont work.
Answered 06/11/2007 by: jmcfadyen
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OK. i used this and it worked silently.



MsiExec.exe /Xnero.msi DONOTRUNSETUPX="1" STARTPARAM="CallFromExe" MSISOURCEFILE="nero.msi" /qn
Answered 10/02/2007 by: kimaster
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