Red Gate Software SQL Dependency Tracker

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First extract tha msi from the SQLDeveloperBundle.exe.  Just open a command window and use /extract, so it should be SQLDeveloperBundle.exe /extract.  After this it will ask for a folder to extract the files in. 

This gives all the msi for the SQLDeveloperBundle.  The you can use msiexec.exe /i filename.msi /qn for silent installs.  You can also input the license key in there by using RG_LICENSE=xxx-xxx-xxxxxx-xxxx.  So the command line would be msiexec.exe /i filename.msi /qn RG_LICENSE=xxx-xxx-xxxxxx-xxxx

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Platform(s): Windows
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Visualizes SQL Server object dependencies

Uninstall String

MsiExec.exe /X{C9CC1C6A-142D-41EA-B7D3-3811530AA5B6}

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