I’m trying to start the installation of a setup file but I can’t get on with it.
powershell works correctly but when I give it the command:
Execute-process -path “$dirfiles\setup.exe” parameters “-s -v -qn”
I always get the screen where it asks me to correctly configure the startup of the setup (see ex-attachment).
can you help me?
By the syntax of your command it looks like an InstallShield Setup.exe.
If so, this might help: MSI - How to install, uninstall, and log silently
If not, I might have to add on to it.
Some installers don’t care about / versus -, but some do. Some installers aren’t case sensitive, but some are. IOW, instead of
-s -v -qn
/S /v /qn
thanks for your answers
@That-Annoying-Guy i’ve extracted the file by the guide and found the msi file. i’ve tried to install the msi with .mst file but the installation failed.
@bahnjee i’ve launched the file with the parameters that you have suggested and it have launched the file msi. now can i set a parameter silent?
finally i’ve resolved with this syntax:
-Parameters “/S /V
thank for your support
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