command line for VLC 2.0.1 update
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Unistall old version, which can be done silently, then install new version.
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You need to uninstall older VLC versions first, this can be done easily with "VideoLAN\VLC\uninstall.exe /S" and then install the new version, which is: vlc-2.0.1-win32.exe /S

If you wanna do it by script, maybe do a sleep for 60 seconds after running the uninstall command, before moving on to installing the new VLC version.

If you want to avoid update and privacy notifications when opening VLC, make sure your shortcuts for VLC includes "--no-qt-privacy-ask --no-qt-updates-notif" as arguments.
Answered 03/22/2012 by: Erroneus
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