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Silent installation with a command line parameter

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Hi everyone,

I'm looking for a solution with remote and silent installation of an EXE file. To achieve that it has an additional command, which looks like this:

X:\PATH\FILE.exe /s /v" /qn"

Normally quotes are just fine without any issues, unlike here - double quotes are a part of the command. Can anyone help me out to solve this problem?

Much appreciated in advance.

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Whats the problem?

RunWait('X:\PATH\FILE.exe /s /v" /qn"')

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incase you missed what he did... he wrapped your command in single quotes


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D'oh! I'm so lame :P

Thanks guys, both of you. Of course it worked perfectly, without any problem.

Best regards,

Arn

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