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I nedd to deploy Cisco Network Assistant silently with a batch file and I would like to know if someone found a commandline to do that?
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My (limited) experience with Cisco software is that it's MSI-based, wrapped in an InstallShield EXE. Thus, the normal methodology is to run Setup/Install and, before clicking 'Next', search the local hard drive for any new MSIs. Once you have the MSI, you can use the normal switches for MSIEXEC.
Answered 06/21/2007 by: VBScab
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Yes usually it is. But in this case it is an Installshield exe and it is uncompressing java files. I tried /s, /S, /q, /quiet, /s/v"/qn" with no success
Answered 06/21/2007 by: Francoisracine
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I just did a similar one (not a Cisco product) and ended up re-packaging it. Probably not what you wanted to hear...

Can Cisco not help? *Surely* they must know of a requirement to install silently?!? Do they have a forum where you can this question?
Answered 06/22/2007 by: VBScab
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