setup.exe is an InstallShield wizard and I have noticed some issues with passing msi commands with /v - What I recommend is to run the installer with -r switch and then navigate to your %tmp% folder (use that environment variable in run to open it directly) - then, open the temporary extracted folder and your msi file will be there. In my case, it was the following:
This contained Aver+.msi which allowed me to run /quiet command without any issues. Good luck! :)
(PS: If you use SCCM, change the name of "Aver+.msi" to just "Aver.msi" or you will notice installation failures. This is because "+" is considered an illegal character in the file-name for SCCM deployment.)
This installer is pretty simple - it didn't require much for a silent deploy however I figured I would document it while I am going down a massive list of software. And in the event you're wondering, this software is for document cameras (primarily used in school districts).
Uses InstallShield 10 which allows msi commands to be parsed.
setup.exe /? - displays available switches
Command Line Parameters:
/L - Language ID
/S - Hide Initialization dialog.
/S /v/qn - Full Silent Install (For Deploy)
/V - parameters for msiexec (example: /V/passive/qb or /V/qf)
/UA<url to InstMsiA.exe>
/UW<url to InstMsiW.exe>
/UM<url to msi package>