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Help getting Ninite to close

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I've searched for an answer with this but can't seem to replicate the success of others. I have a script that calls on a Ninite exe but I have no idea how to close it to the script can progress to the next step. My solution so far has been to simply put it at the end.

I've looked into the /silent parameter for Ninite but to my understanding that's just for the Pro edition.

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Anyone?

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post your (yet not perfect) runable script.

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ShellExecuteWait("\\servername\Apps$\AutoIT\Ninite-Java-NET-Reader-Silverlight-Installer.exe")

 

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This start's the installer exe and freeze your script until Ninite installer had ended. So try Shellexecute instead. Than you can try to automate installation with Control*-functions.

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