Background: We use LANDesk Package for the Web and AdminStudio 5.5 to build our packages (if it's already an MSI, we wrap it in LANDesk yadda yadda). Everything is pushed out via LANDesk Webconsole, and hits our machiens in the context of the System account. We've long since accepted that no one can see network drives on install, and we write VBS scripts to run at first launch of the app to put network files out to people's personal network folders (Active Directory has our 'My Docs' carp out on a drive).

Enter [url=]Wilshire Atlas[/url]

It's a Wise package that won't run with /s. To make matters worse, my company has the app installed to a network drive, not the My Docs one but a special one, and all the user files are stored out there. The app won't work if the user docs aren't in the same folder as the base app, and they don't want to put it on C for reasons that are a bit silly to me, but I lost that argument.

I want to make this install to K (it's default is C), and I want to install it silently. Is there any way to make the Wise installer put up and shut up, and just do that, or am I hosed and stuck visiting these people's machines by hand?
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