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Silent Setup Options

NOTE: Silent installation is intended for use by advanced developers. Please do not use this option without extensive testing.

Silent installation requires that:

  1. The files in the SETUP.EXE self-extracting executable must be extracted, using WinZip or another utility (DOS PKZIP is not capable of extracting the files).

  2. You must run SETUP from the extracted files with the -r option to record the choices to be made by the silent installation. You must save the SETUP.ISS file produced by this step. It is created in the windows directory.

  3. You must run SETUP from the extracted files with the -s option to install using the choices recorded in the SETUP.ISS file. For simplest installation copy the SETUP.ISS file from the windows directory to the temporary directory.

  4. The results from a silent setup will be in a file called SETUP.LOG, in the temporary directory.

To allow use of silent setup as a step in a batch file, use the

START /W SETUP.EXE -s

command to ensure setup has completed before the next step in the batch file is executed.