Silent install of ipUnplugged, driver issue

I'm currently working on a silent MSI install of Radio IP's ipUnplugged software that our organization are going to use very soon. The installation file is a MSI and creation of an transform works fine but during installation the application needs to install a hardware driver (IPU Mobile IP Virtual Adapter) which has not passed the Windows Logo testing to verify its compatibility with Windows XP. So I manually need to choose 'Continue Anyway' to complete the installation.

Is there any solutions on how to make this hardware driver install run silently too?

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Posted by: timmsie 13 years ago
Fourth Degree Brown Belt
Is the driver in the msi, is it installed using difxapp, dpinst or something different?

what switch are you using to install silently? I have found some legacy drivers packaged with difxapp will only install silently with the /q switch
Posted by: anonymous_9363 13 years ago
Red Belt
No amount of silent switches will suppress that dialog. You need to either get a signed driver from the vendor (stunning that vendors are still pushing out unsigned drivers in 2010...) or sign it yourself. There's plenty in this forum about driver-signing.
Posted by: erikw 11 years ago
Yellow Belt
Hi RS|Stian, curious to know if you did fix the install of IPU? If yes can I ask how? I'm trying to install it too but my mst fails and I think it's because of the driver issue.
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