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Microsoft Fixit Tool Silent Install

11/01/2018 671 views
Hi,
I am trying to disable IPV6 using a mini.diagcab fix it tool. I am wondering if anyone knows how to silently run this in a post-installation task on a KACE Systems Deployment 6000? I read on google it might require extracting everything inside, so here is a snapshot of everything in the file. If anyone has any suggestions I would love to get some help. dqHNHi.png
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Fix it tools are normally MSIs, so you could create a script, add it as a dependency and type:

msiexec /i MSI-name.msi /quiet
Answered 11/02/2018 by: Channeler
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  • Unfortunately this fix it tool is a mini.diabcab. So that won't work. I thought of that too.
    • DO you have the download link for that diacab file?

      You might be able to unpack it, zip it and then using a VBS Script to run it
      • https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/929852/guidance-for-configuring-ipv6-in-windows-for-advanced-users

        Then further down that screen it's the one that is labeled "Disable IPv6 on nontunnel interfaces (except the loopback) and on IPv6 tunnel interface"
      • OK, so that link also tells you How To do it from the Windows Registry, it might be easier to push a KACE Script and modify those registry entries at will, for example the one you want needs to be changed like this:


        Dec 17

        Hex 0x11

        Bin xxx1 xxx1
      • @ConnorS.Johnson

        Follow this guide:

        https://www.itninja.com/blog/view/build-a-kace-sma-script-to-disable-ipv6-using-windows-registry
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