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Installing drivers and updates with one click

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Installing drivers and updates with one click

jorgie1983
Hey,
I work at a computer helpdesk and we are using WDS for our Vista deployment serice. We have one person who updates the imaged and it isnt too often so I was looking for a way to just make a batch file or anything for that matter to install the drivers that Vista doesn't find and the updates from microsoft that are not already included on the image. I started a bat file and it goes a little something like....

CALL D:\Drivers\name.exe

CALL D:\Drivers\name1.exe

and so on. The one thing I am trying to eliminate is when it opens the exe file, it asks me do I want to create the folder, do I want to install, click next next next. I want to right click, run as admin, and it install every driver one after another. Last but not least, I am trying to do that with the most up to date windows updates instead of clicking next next and blah blah. Thanks for your help!
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    StefanVerster

    Hi there
    There is a software (free i think) called express click yes.just google it.I am almost 100% sure that the software eliminates the need for user intervention by automatically agreeing and clicking yes to the questions of any software.Just include that in the batch file in the start so that the software runs first and then it should sort out all the rest.Hope this will help.here is the link: http://www.timeatlas.com/useful_utilities/free/express_clickyes
    I see they use it for Outlook but should work for other software too.

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    StefanVerster

    Hi there
    There is a software (free i think) called express click yes.just google it.I am almost 100% sure that the software eliminates the need for user intervention by automatically agreeing and clicking yes to the questions of any software.Just include that in the batch file in the start so that the software runs first and then it should sort out all the rest.Hope this will help.here is the link: http://www.timeatlas.com/useful_utilities/free/express_clickyes
    I see they use it for Outlook but should work for other software too.