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Maybe this?

RunWait(@ProgramFilesDir & "\Avira\Antivir Desktop\setup.exe /REMSILENT / PASSWORD =" & '"' & "12340000" & '"'), "", @SW_HIDE)


Or maybe this

$pass = /PASSWORD ='"' & "12340000" & '"'
RunWait(@ProgramFilesDir & "\Avira\Antivir Desktop\setup.exe" & "/REMSILENT" & $pass), "", @SW_HIDE)

Or maybe this lol

$pass = '"' & "12340000" & '"'
RunWait(@ProgramFilesDir & "\Avira\Antivir Desktop\setup.exe" & "/REMSILENT" & "/PASSWORD =" & $pass), "", @SW_HIDE)
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$pass = '"' & "12340000" & '"'
ConsoleWrite( $pass)
$test = RunWait(@ProgramFilesDir & "\Avira\Antivir Desktop\setup.exe" & "/REMSILENT" & "/PASSWORD =" & $pass, "", @SW_HIDE)
ConsoleWrite( $test)

run that and see what messages you get in the console window

Password is correct like this as well

$pass = '"12340000"'
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Try this:

$sPassword = 123456
RunWait(@ProgramFilesDir & '\Avira\Antivir Desktop\setup.exe /REMSILENT /PASSWORD ="' & $sPassword & '"', "", @SW_HIDE)

As i understand it m8 he wants the " as part of the password

ie. pass = "123456"

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i assumed they were part of the pass from this

PASSWORD =" & chr(34) & "12340000" & chr(34

being as chr(34) = "

But then im known to be wrong lol

That doesn't make sense to me, but the usual way to include a quotation mark as part of the text is to write it twice so you would need

PASSWORD = """12340000"""

that is 3 sets of chr(34) at the start and another 3 at the end.

But it could be that quotation marks as part of the password simply won't work.

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