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  • Using a Wrapper for automated installs

    I have several program I install daily in my computer repair business. I would like to automate many installs. I have a wrapper program but doesn't completely automate the install.
    Any ideas?
    I already know I'm not that bright. Please be constructive. Only give your 2cents if it helps. Don't be condesending or demeaning. It doesn't make you look smart. You just look like an arse.
    Chris Robertson
    The Computer Doctor

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    Re: Using a Wrapper for automated installs

    Any ideas about why the wrapper is not automating the installs? or any other ideas for automating the installations?
    If the first one, then what's the wrapper in question called?
    If it is the second one then it depends on the installer used. Most installers have a silent switch if you are doing scripted installations.
    Look into appdeploy.com for more.
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      Re: Using a Wrapper for automated installs

      MSI and Install Shield packets can often work in unattended mode. If you have to work with an installer that requires keyboard / mouse interaction, use Autoit.

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