When using the /r or -r it doesn't create an ISS file??
When im running the command C:\setup.exe /r /f1"c:\test\answerfile.iss" it doesnt create an the iss file. I have tried to just use the /r switch so it saves it to the default C:\windows\ directory but that doesnt work either? I've tried XP and win 7 machines, tried the /r and -r switches, ensured i can create a file in the c:\test\ folder and C:\windows folder. Can someone please shed some light on this?
Community Chosen Answer
What application is it? Are you sure it is an InstallShield based setup? You might try -r instead of /r (but it should not matter). Even if it is an InstallShield setup, it is possible the author of the installer supressed this capability for some reason.