Does anyone know how I can create a package for an unintended/silent install for Roxio 10
If i go to the run command and search for the setup file and put /? at the end, it comes up select your installation language.
Also is there a service pack 1 for Roxio 10
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All the Roxio products (you don't say which one you're wrestling with) which I've encountered are supplied as MSIs already. Yours may be wrapped in an EXE stub. Run it until you see the first screen and then search the %TEMP% folder or a new folder beneath %AppData% which contains an MSI.
Answered 05/05/2010 by: VBScab
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Roxio applications installs many MSI's so you can wrap all the the MSI's according to your requirement
Answered 05/06/2010 by: mekaywe
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I ran setup and at the first screen went to %TEMP% folder and also %AppData% folder. I didn't see either folder.
I opened the Roxio folder and did a search for *.msi. I found nothing.
Answered 05/06/2010 by: sford517
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Did you try /q?
"/q REBOOT=ReallySuppress" worked for me
Answered 05/10/2010 by: akhlaque
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I had created a package for Roxio Creator 10.3 to install silently.

Using the following the program installs with no user intervention

setup.exe /qn RX_EULA_ACCEPTED=1

You can suppress the reboot if you'd like by adding the above "REBOOT=ReallySuppress" but I did not.

Once the program is installed there are a few registry keys that are written on the programs initial opening. These keys are written under HKCU and are for the product registration. To disable this, per user, write a reg file to run after the install.

Mine looked something like this:

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Sonic\Registration\Roxio Central Core 3.0]
"ShowRegistration"=dword:00000000
"RemindAfer"=dword:00000000
"RemindForNLaunches"=dword:00000000

And it ran after the initial installation with the basic command:

"regedit.exe /s NoRegRoxio.reg"

This will only disable the product registration for the current user, to have it for every user I believe you'll have to look into a VBS to apply the registry values to any and all "Current users". I found some information on it here:

VBS Set All Reg users
Answered 05/11/2010 by: RPM666
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I believe you'll have to look into a VBSNot necessarily. A user feature set up as a parent of a feature which contains an advertised entry-point will trigger self-healing. Seek out John McFadyen's Windows Live blog on self-healing for details.
Answered 05/11/2010 by: VBScab
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This is what I did to run a silent install and disable registration for new users. The key for disabling the registration prompt was to add a key in the default user hive

REM Run Roxio Install Script
"%~dp0setup.exe" /qn ADDLOCAL=All RX_EULA_ACCEPTED=1 Reboot=ReallySuppress

REM Load Default user Hive
REG LOAD HKU\DefaultUser "c:\Users\Default\NTUSER.DAT"

REM Add registry key
REG ADD "HKU\DefaultUser\Software\Sonic\Registration\Roxio Central Core 3.0" /V ShowRegistration /t REG_DWORD /d 00000000 /f
REg UNLOAD HKU\DefaultUser
Answered 03/07/2012 by: 31mike
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  • Mike, I'm trying to install Roxio as a post installation task and using your script but it doesn't seem to be working. Are you running that entire script as a batch/cmd file and just calling it the command line for an application install?
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