I’m trying to create an install for SQL 2008 to deploy with no user interaction. I’m checking and installing the perquisites, and forcing no reboot then. But when the SQL 2008 install is launched it won’t pass the check for the reboot. Is there any way I can stop or fake the reboot so it will just install as needed? I plan on forcing the reboot once the install Is complete but I don’t want it in the middle of the install if I can help it. Thanks in advanced!
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Try this command : /SKIPRULES=RebootRequiredCheck
Answered 01/10/2011 by: murali.bhat
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Your the man! that worked great! thank you for the help!
Answered 01/11/2011 by: DeepCover
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To quote MS Support:The SkipRules parameter for setup is not a documented feature. You should not use this parameter to skip any other rules except the Cluster_VerifyForErrors rule unless Microsoft CSS directs you to do this.
Answered 01/11/2011 by: VBScab
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