The answer file method described here works for both older 2.5.9 and newer 2.6 versions.
You have to be careful during the recording of the reference installation, though. In my case, I do not want the privacy service. I selected a custom installation and unchecked that module: THIS DOES NOT WORK! Instead, you need to select a standard installation and then answer "no" when asked if you want to activate the privacy service...
This may seem trivial, but it took me a while to understand why it did not work! I hope this saves you the frustration I had to go through...
The selections and choices you make during installation will be recorded into the file specified with the /f1 parameter, which should be named setup.iss to be taken into account automatically. When asked, select not to start the privacy service automatically, as this may conflict with the Windows firewall. Command-line for quiet installation:
The newer 3.5.3909 version is slightly different from older versions. You need to extract the package contents before you can use the regular silent switches correctly.
The current package is made with InstallShield but they are working on a new MSI installer. You can obtain a copy by writing to their helpdesk at this address: "email@example.com" (as described on the following page: http://eid.belgium.be/fr/Contact/).
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