Hi all.  I am trying to run the batch script below.  The batch runs fine, however my users are paranoid and if a black dos screen pops up, they will flip out and start putting in hundreds of tickets about strange pop ups on their pc.  Is there anyway to kick off a script 100% silent?  I've run it using the -s parameter, but the dos screen still pops up.


:: Installation File is Located on GVSVR14.
EACH ON
ECHO iCheckIt R8.1.3 IS BEING INSTALLED.
ECHO iCheckIt R8.1.3 START: %TIME% >> "\\gvsvr03\Groups2\ZSUS\iCheckItInstallLog\%COMPUTERNAME%.txt"
\\gvsvr14\eXpress\Deploy\INSTALL\CatiaV5\iCheckIt\i_CHECK_IT_R8.1.3_win64.exe -i silent -f \\gvsvr14\eXpress\Deploy\INSTALL\CatiaV5\iCheckIt\iCHECKITSilentInstaller.properties
ECHO iCheckIt R8.1.3 HAS BEEN INSTALLED.
ECHO iCheckIt R8.1.3 END: %TIME% >> "\\gvsvr03\Groups2\ZSUS\iCheckItInstallLog\%COMPUTERNAME%.txt"

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see my blog on this:
http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/how-to-hide-running-a-batch-file-from-a-kscript-with-version-5-5
Answered 07/03/2014 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • you also want to use echo off instead off each on
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Thanks guys. With echo off and the link SMal sent I was able to correct it.
Answered 07/03/2014 by: nick.hobbs
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