I am able to successfully run a silent installation by adding /quiet to the setup.exe. However, I am getting prompted when I attempt an uninstall. I have added /qn, /q, /qr and /quiet to no avail. Any ideas? Here is the command that is used for the uninstall: “C:\Windows\System32\CanonMF Uninstaller In formation\{0ABC556A-5A27-4708-9021-B72FB0F8B1F6}\misc\DelDrv.exe" /U:{0ABC556A-5 A27-4708-9021-B72FB0F8B1F6} /L0x0000
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Worth a shot.
Answered 08/25/2010 by: reds4eva
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I appreciate the response. Unfortunately, I have tried /S, /s, -s, /silent, and -silent with no success. So far, I took advice from another thread on this forum and created a vbscript that automatically answers the prompts using SendKeys. I haven't tested deploying it to a Windows 7 OS, but it works via command line. Will let you know.
Answered 08/26/2010 by: luvwarmth
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Depending on what the driver program actually contains, could you perhaps extract the actual driver files from the installation - dll's, cats, infs - and install the driver through your own package? Maybe any extra software that gets installed besides this can then be handled seperately...
Answered 08/26/2010 by: pjgeutjens
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This would be my advice, too.

One of the most important motivations for repackaging legacy set-ups is so that you know exactly what the package is going to do to your workstations. If you've spent any time looking at MSIs from some vendors, you'll know that blindly letting their EXEs loose is a recipe for disaster.
Answered 08/27/2010 by: VBScab
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