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Dear All,

I'm repackaging mcafee SDAT.exe for distribution purpose. The problem here is I'm getting restart dialog after installing msi. How can I remove that and still apply changes. Please help me in this.

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,
MSV
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Is the restart part of the MSI or part of the SuperDAT file?

If its part of the MSI, you can utilise the REBOOT=ReallySuppress option in the Property table.

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If its part of the SuperDAT file then you can use the /SILENT command-line switch. Some NAI programs do require a reboot before the new DATs can actually be used. By using the this switch, it will only suppress the reboot option dialog.

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Good luck!
Answered 03/14/2005 by: brenthunter2005
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Thanks a lot for your help.

I have given Rebootyesno=no property table. Why this didnt worked.

Regards,
MSV
Answered 03/14/2005 by: msvkumar
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I think rebootyesno is just the default whether to reboot or no, and will not fully suppress the prompt.

Also I hear that you can do Reboot="R" instead of ReallySuppress (haven't tried yet myself!)
Answered 03/14/2005 by: aogilmor
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Hunter and Aogilmor,

Thanks a lot for all your help.
Answered 03/15/2005 by: msvkumar
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ORIGINAL: aogilmor
Also I hear that you can do Reboot="R" instead of ReallySuppress (haven't tried yet myself!)


Indeed that is true, done that for all my packages. "Suppress" can also be shortened to "S" as well.

nmi
Answered 03/15/2005 by: nmi
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RESTART=ReallySuppress worked for me. I'll try 'S' instead of Suppress.

Thanks a lot once again.....Satya
Answered 03/15/2005 by: msvkumar
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