What does the /v command do when dealing with an executable (.exe) in script,

As well what does the /l*v do in the same sense?

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I believe /l*v is only for vervose log's that is msi's and not for exe's

/l is regular log for exe's

Answered 05/22/2013 by: ninjaman
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  • I think that's what I was looking for ! Thanks.
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Type Msiexec /? in Start-->Run and search for Logging Options. /l if for generating standard log , * is for Log all information except Verbose and V for Verbose log.

hope this Helps!

Answered 05/23/2013 by: kharthik_v
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  • Sure does, thats exactly what i wanted. Nice and general explanation !
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That is really dependant on the software you are looking to install.  Each vendor decides what their parameters do.  Is there a specific piece of software you are looking at?

Answered 05/22/2013 by: andrew_lubchansky
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  • Just the most common use I guess I was looking for ! Whatever they are used for most frequent.
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