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Quiet Install

Quiet Install

Quiet Install

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I have a script that has to run a file called install.ins that changes Internet settings.  The script works fine but the Internet Connection Wizard tells the user that the Internet settings are about to be changed and gives them the option of cancelling the install.  How can I make this silent or maybe add something to the script that would simulate them clicking the OK button before the click the cancel button?  I really hope that someone can help.

Thanks,
Jeff

RE: Quiet Install

Jeff I need a little more information? How is the file being used? ie. is it a batch containing scripts, is it being run after a user is logged in? Have you tried running it with SMS installer, or a third party piece of software.  What settings are is SMS advertisements set for. murray.brewer@aig.com

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