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Reverse Engineering

I have an application that installs several middleware applications. Is there a way to grab the command line with switches when launched from the main setup executable?

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Posted by: cdupuis 15 years ago
Third Degree Green Belt
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Read the end user license agreement, i bet it covers reverse engineering, I refuse to help.
Posted by: WiseUser 15 years ago
Fourth Degree Brown Belt
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I must have missed something?

Have you tried "Procexpnt" by Sysinternals?
Posted by: apannell 15 years ago
Senior Yellow Belt
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I am trying to create an unattended installation for this application and I am trying to find out the command line switches the main setup program runs when installing the middleware.
Posted by: WiseUser 15 years ago
Fourth Degree Brown Belt
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I'd guessed that - that's why I recommended the tool that I did. Procexpnt will let you see the command line that launched any process, although you sometimes have to be quick.
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