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The Vollatran Project - Application Installer tool

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#21 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,
 
Great work bytw.
 
I'm trying to add WIN_81 support but no go.
 
I have added

 Case $Ver = "WIN_81"
    If @OSArch = "X64" then
    $Ver = "WIN_81_64"
    $OS = "Windows 81 - 64Bit  "
 
to install.au3.
 
Created ini file "win_81_64.ini" and put it inside config folder with others. But i always get msg that my os not supported.
 
My @OSVersion "WIN_81" @OSArch "X64"
 
im i missing something? help pls :)
 
Thanx in advance
cromadness
Edited by jfranjic

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Update: sorry my bad its working great.

 

Next: Is it possible when i run this application in domain pc under non admin account, that ask me to enter credentials of different user? In my case domain admin credentials? Before installation?

tx

best regards

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I been using this tool for a few years in a school. I know it as Ktool.

If anyone is interested. Add the following after the line that says "Select" (line 83) to add Windows 10 support

Then create Win_10_32.ini & Win_10_64.ini in your config folder :-)

Case $Ver = "WIN_10"
   If @OSArch = "X86" then
    $Ver = "WIN_10_32"
    $OS = "Windows 10 - 32Bit  "
   EndIf
   If @OSArch = "X64" then
    $Ver = "WIN_10_64"
    $OS = "Windows 10 - 64Bit  "
   EndIf

 

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How did you install the exe silently? That's the only point I cannot get past.

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Changed manifest "requestedExecution Level" as below. Was having an issue with Windows 8.1 where the requested level would not always get passed correctly, and certain applications would not install.

 

<requestedExecutionLevel level="requireAdministrator" uiAccess="false"></requestedExecutionLevel>
 

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#26 ·  Posted

On 3/29/2016 at 10:41 AM, pranaynanda said:

How did you install the exe silently? That's the only point I cannot get past.

command line switch is usually the best way. /q is what you usu normally IF the exe support command line switches

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