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How do I make a post-installation task to install the cypress touchpad driver and utility to the Dell XPS 13's receiving the image?

09/03/2015 1782 views
I have an image that was created in a VM and uploaded to the K2000. half of our machines are Latitude E5450's and there is no issue when deploying the image to those machines. The other half of our machines, however, are XPS 13's. I need to include the Cypress touchpad driver and utility on those computers without creating a new image on the server.

Here's what I have so far: 
A .bat script that obtains the model of the computer, and if the model matches our XPS computers', it will call another .bat script.

Here's the idea:
I want to have a post-installation task that runs my "find_model.bat" and calls on a silent-install script for the Cypress driver and utility.

here's the problem: 
I can't seem to get the Cypress touch pad driver and utility to silent-install with a .bat script. has anyone had any experience with this?

Many thanks, 
Austin
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Can you get these utilities to install silently by any other means?  If they always need an input, have you considered using AutoIT to provide that input?
Answered 09/06/2015 by: EdT
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