Per SAS / JMP Tech Support:
To install JMP using silent setup, complete the following steps:
1.) Create a response file (using .ISS extension).
setup.exe -r -f1<response file name>
Note that there is âNOTâ a space between the -f1 parameter and the file name and that is a 1, not a lower case L.
For example, if you want to create a file named silent.iss on c:\ , execute the following statement:
setup.exe -r -f1c:\silent.iss
2.) To install JMP using silent setup, run the setup again using the response file.
setup.exe -s -f1<response file name>
Note that there is âNOTâ a space between the -f1 parameter and the file name. For example, if you want to use the response file named silent.iss that resides on c:\ , execute the following statement:
setup.exe -s -f1c:\silent.iss
I have had bad luck trying to use .\silent.iss or pointing to a network share. So Iâve made a batch dependency to the JMP installation that copies the silent.iss file to c:\windows\setup from a network share.. My MDT command line has become:
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