To create a silent install you must perform a manual install on a test workstation.
Run setup.exe and allow installation of the prerequisites:
Verint Screen Recording Support 4.0.3
Verint SDK 10.0.122
Verint Playback SDK 18.104.22.168
Microsoft Speech API 4.0
Microsoft Text To Speech Engine 4.0
Click next and the main AudiologClient 4.0.7 will be copies locally.
Go to your temp file and you will see a folder (dated the current date/time) open it and you will see all the prerequisites in their respective subfolders as msi or self extracting cab packages, and the main audiolog client msi in the main folder. (If you're unsure do a search for msi's dated today)
copy all of those off to a temporary spot.
Create standard silent msi packages for each prerequisites.
For the Microsoft Text to Speech packages, if you already have the packages, then skip or create a package to install with the /Q flags.
For the main install it's a straight forward msi. I used my deployment wizard to select what I needed to install and it accepts the standard msi properties (ie. INSTALLDIR)
The only caveat is that you MUST ensure that your ADDLOCAL property has value AlwaysInstall. For some reason my wizard did not add that on it's own (e.g. ADDLOCAL=AlwaysInstall,PlayerClient,MonitorClient)
Ensure that your main msi has package dependencies to install the prerequisites first or ensure that you distribute those prerequisites before firing the main install.