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Is ther any way to execute a cmd file with parameter switches in a Managed Install? I am tryin to set reg keys to not allow Windows Update to install IE9
Microsoft has a cmd file IE9_blocker.cmd that you run with /B switch to add registry keys, although I cannot seem to make it execute via managed install.
I use a manual command line IE9_blocker.cmd /B and variations, the cmd downloads but will not execute.
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Is this the same basically as this: http://itninja.com/question/faulttree-109967&mpage=1&key=managed%2Cinstall%2Cbatch&#59980

What happened when you went through the troubleshooting checklist? You may want to open a ticket as well.
Answered 07/21/2011 by: GillySpy
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Similar/same issue, no joy. Sorry, not finding a troubleshooting checklist.
Answered 07/21/2011 by: mlathrop
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why not just add all the registry keys/switches inside the cmd script, it's just the line below :)

REG ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Setup\9.0 /v DoNotAllowIE90 /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f

(for more info on "Reg add" http://www.petri.co.il/reg_command_in_windows_xp.htm )


But if you upload the "IE9_Blocker.cmd" and select "Use Default" you should be able to write "/B" in the field below
Answered 07/22/2011 by: rmeyer
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I just tested it and it works like this:

Answered 07/22/2011 by: rmeyer
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Well I'm pretty sure I tried this, but am trying again to see the result - thanks for testing it!
Answered 07/25/2011 by: mlathrop
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