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I am trying to get a silent installation to work, with the line below.
The setup.ini is an ini-file from the company who has made the program.
All I´ve done with it is filling in the missing information.

How do i write to make the exe understand that it should read everything from
the ini and install it Silent...?

"%~dp0setup.exe" /S /M="%~dp0setup.ini"
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Have you tried creating a record file (setup -r) ?

This will make a setup.iss file in the windows folder.
Answered 11/24/2008 by: case2k5
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Have you tried creating a record file (setup -r) ?

This will make a setup.iss file in the windows folder.
That assumes that the set-up executable is an InstallShield-driven one which, from the look of the switches the OP shows, isn't the case.
Answered 11/25/2008 by: VBScab
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There is a program called PEiD which will detect all the arguments in your setup.exe.

http://peid.has.it/
Answered 11/25/2008 by: case2k5
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