The usual way to find these switches is to run
look up the specific app online on somewhere like appdeploy.com now http://www.itninja.com/software/brow...hTips=WithTips
Hi, I'm looking for a piece of software to find the silent switches in a setup.exe file if anybody can help
As above appdeploy is the best place. Otherwise the main switches are S Q slient quiet VS VQ A N
dhicks (4th October 2012)
That will all be custom.exe switches, you will have to consult the Sophos documentation... but here's one I made earlier (designed for MDT so you may find the share authentication unnecesary).
Code:@echo off echo Authenticating to \\Sophos\SophosUpdate as user SCHOOL\sophosinstalluser net use \\Sophos\SophosUpdate /user:"SCHOOL\sophosinstalluser" passwordhere echo Running Sophos installer with credentials for user SCHOOL\sophosinstalluser start /wait \\Sophos\SophosUpdate\CIDs\S000\SAVSCFXP\Setup.exe -s \ -user "SCHOOL\sophosinstalluser" -pwd "passwordhere" -mng yes -g "\Sophos\Global Group\Computer Group" echo Running Sophos update process REM Check for 32bit or 64bit OS and switch to the correct location for the update utility reg query HKLM\Hardware\Description\System\CentralProcessor\0 /c /f "x86" > nul: If %ERRORLEVEL% == 0 ( echo System is 32bit start /b "%PROGRAMFILES%\Sophos\AutoUpdate\ALUpdate.exe -ManualUpdate" ) ELSE ( echo System is 64bit start /b "%PROGRAMFILES(X86)%\Sophos\AutoUpdate\ALUpdate.exe -ManualUpdate" ) :loop tasklist /nh /fi "imagename eq ALUpdate.exe" | find /i "ALUpdate.exe" >nul && ( echo ALUpdate.exe is running, waiting for it to finish timeout 10 goto loop ) || ( echo ALUpdate.exe process has ended. )
Although that's actually for completely the wrong product and I should learn to read, but you get the idea.
The RMVP5 CC3 package from RM uses the SEP MSI.
Code:[Package] Description=RMVP5.1 for Computers OS=5.WS,5.2WS, WIPackage=SYMANTEC ANTIVIRUS.MSI Reboots=1 AddCommand=RUNLIVEUPDATE=0 SYMPROTECTDISABLED=0 ADDLOCAL=Core,SAVMain,PTPMain,COHMain UninstallCommand=REBOOT=FORCE
Maybe the MSI file extracts from the .exe. Might be worth checking %temp% while the installer is running.
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