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  1. Hey Guys!!! I apologise in advance if this is a stupid question, I'm quite new to this stuff so please go easy on me I have been given the task of rolling out a software upgrade for a piece of company software. Basically what needs to happen is (in this order): 1. Install a file from an MSI ( I have been given the MSI file which is in the SMS server package store ) 2. Run this script "C:\Windows\System32>MsiExec.exe /x {205CFDD2-34CF-4141-93AA-55FCDB7BB012} /q" (uninstalls the old one) 3. Run this RegKey file "regedit.exe /s \\aumxxxxxxxxx\smspkgg$\xxxxxxxx\settings.reg" (Adds the server settings to the new one - ATTACHED) Is there anyway to compile all these steps into one package where it can follow these steps? There are also 2 .mst files in the folder which im unsure of how to open to see what they are. Let me know if you need any further information. Settings - ANG.txt
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