I'm packaging ACADLT2012. I created a batch file and used the silent comand
'"%Source_Path%\AdminImage\Setup.exe" /qb /I %Source_Path%\AdminImage\AutoCADLT2011.ini /language en-US'
When I run the batch file it prompts UAC I tried runas also. My company environment is little bit different. they were doing manual install
for all the appln. They didn't even disabled UAC from GPO.
What should I do now :(
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Not sure about 2012, but 2011 (and previous versions) will only work for the person performing the install. Others may tell you this is not the case, but I was never able to find a way around it and even AutoCAD admits this. Before you go working on UAC, you may want to confirm this is/isn't the case and work from there.

If an automated install is being blocked by a UAC prompt while using your deployment tool, then I'd start there with the tool itself. By design, when UAC/prompt is enabled, you are not supposed to be able to bypass it, otherwise, what would be the point?
Answered 11/14/2011 by: jmaclaurin
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