Hello all,

At the moment I am using AutoIT to create my unattended installation files. The problem with autiit is that you will see all the display it opens.

I am looking for a package that enables me to script an unattended software package - and then deploy it so it will show a welcome message "installing package xxxxx" and in the background the installation is running. When doen it shows a "done" message and you are done.

I have been browsing the net and all I found are packages that you specify where each file goes.

I have software X - create scritp and run script and it will install it on machine X without the end user even noticing it that it run.

Can someone point me in a starting direction ?
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If you use any utility to create MSI installations, then it's as simple as adding /qb+ to the MSIEXEC command line. Wise, InstallShield are the best (and most expensive).
Answered 07/07/2005 by: VikingLoki
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depends on what type your install package is built on but most of these have silent options you could use.. try this one.. maybe it could help..
http://unattended.sourceforge.net/installers.php

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Answered 07/07/2005 by: rikx2
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