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Hi,
I have a few NSIS installers that contain a EULA. If I apply the /silent argument, the EULA still appears. Once the user accepts the EULA, the installation runs. The /verysilent argument doesn't appear to work at all. Does anyone know if there's an argument I can use to accept the EULA, so the install is completely silent? Some example applications that do this are Copernic Desktop Search and TrueCrypt.

Thanks!
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Hi,

Is this an MSI package?
Answered 08/14/2008 by: knight
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If I recall NSIS are script-based installations.
Answered 08/14/2008 by: AngelD
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They're made with the Nullsoft Scriptable Install System (NSIS). All of the one's I have encountered so far have accepted /silent (same effect as /passive for msi), and /verysilent (like /qn for MSI).
Answered 08/15/2008 by: tommyr1216
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