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Windows 7: Internet Explorer 9 installer command line switches

29 Jan 2011   #1
Nickmix

Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 64-bit.
 
 
Internet Explorer 9 installer command line switches

Within Windows | Internet Explorer 9 installer command line switches Rafael Rivera
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The Internet Explorer 9 installer has a handful of command line switches that can be used. It’s not obvious that you could pass /help to get this list, so here’s a copy.
/help Displays this document.
/passive Run the installation without any input from the user.
/quiet Identical to /passive
/update-no Do not check for Internet Explorer updates.
/ieak-full:<path> Reserved for Internet Explorer Administration Kit use.
/ieak-branding:<path> Reserved for Internet Explorer Administration Kit use.
/closeprograms
Close programs automatically to allow installation without rebooting the system.
/norestart Do not restart after installation has completed.
/forcerestart If a restart is required after installation, restart automatically.
/log:<path> Create a log file at :<path>.
/x:<path> Extract the installation package contents at :<path>.



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30 Jan 2011   #2
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