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Drekko

Packaging PuttyInstaller package to run silently

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Hey guys

 

I am trying to create a application for Putty-Installer and because it is .exe I want to make a install.bat file to install it silently with no user interaction

 

I tested this script locally and it works ok:

 

start %~dp0"putty-0.66-installer.exe" /SP /VERYSILENT

 

But when testing this script via the network drive (sccm source files folder) it does not like the /SP switch

 

Do I need different switches or is there a better way to do this?

 

Please help

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Just an update

 

I created an application and chose manual install script, just put the .exe installer file with the extensions and it seemed to install silently with no user-interaction via software center

 

But I would still like to know why my install.bat did not want to work with those switches via network path for future...

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I would recommend to download the content and run it locally. Did you try that?

 

No I just wanted to test running it via batch script first

I know how to create a package and tell it to download the files first then install via sccm

 

but how would you create a script to download the files locally first then install ?

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When you have a package or application, I think the agent download the content and run its locally. If you are using a script that run programs that are on a shared folder, maybe (i don't know).. just maybe it causes issues with that switch (/SP).

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