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  1. I'm running AutoIT v3.3.14.2 on Windows 10 ver 1511. The September Cumulative Update from Microsoft has broken the way some third party credential providers work. You can see more detail here: https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7018051 So I want to automatically and silently remove this update from all our machines. In Windows 7 I could easily do it with this: wusa.exe /uninstall /kb:3185614 /quiet But apparently Microsoft has taken away the /quiet switch functionality in Windows 10. wusa /? will show that the switch is there, but when trying to use it error 87 (invalid parameter) is returned. So I relented on that point and decided to run wusa without the quiet switch. It pops up a child window that prompts for confirmation before uninstalling the update. Sounds like a perfect job for AutoIT, right? Except I can't get the button to click, either using ControlClick or ControlSend or Send. I can select it by sending the {Alt} key to it and it highlights. But I just can't get it to accept the click or {Enter}. I then tried using Powershell and DISM to remove the package, but this is a hotfix and doesn't have a package name, so I can't use dism /remove-package, either. Does anybody have any other ideas how this can be done silently?
  2. silent-ninite

    Version 1.0.0

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    (almoast) Silent Ninite visite ninite.com Put the ninite.exe file into the same folder as the silent-ninite.exe. Run 'silent-ninite.exe' and 'See' the beauty!!! :-)
  3. Ninite-Silent

    There is a great tool called ninite (www.ninite.com) The only problem is that it is not really 'silent' So I wrote this little script to make it silent (like /S or /Silent or /quiet) Just rename the downloaded 'Ninite ....... exe' into 'Ninite.exe' and place it into the same folder as the Ninite-silent.exe (my AutoIt prg) Run it and that's it ! Link to my au3 and zip files here Also available here Enjoy Cramaboule! EDIT: Change link website!
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