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Bat file Question

By cttechguy72 ·
We use a third party application at my company and I need to run an update on every workstation. This is not a microsoft product so I cant use GP and this company does not provide an .msi file.

I was thinking about adding this to the logon.bat script but I tested the install and the license agreement has to be accepted in order for the program to execute. IS there a switch I can add to a batch file to automatically say yes to the license agreement?

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by tpopoff In reply to Bat file Question

most installers have either a /q (quiet) or /s (silent) have you tried one of those at the tail end of the installer line of the batch file?

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by robo_dev In reply to Bat file Question


use the pipe symbol (|) to send a y (for yes) or n (for no) to the command on the same line.

e.g. echo y|chkdsk c: /f /x

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by jcroson In reply to Bat file Question

I've successfully used kixtart to install non-msi packages through a logon script.

See for examples. for application installations.

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