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Windows 7: unexpected popup when using unrar from command line

15 Feb 2017   #1

Windows 7 Enterprise
unexpected popup when using unrar from command line


I run a batch file aiming to extract an archive from a .rar with password. Here is the command i am using :

unrar.exe e -p"password" archive.rar

But this command is opening the winrar application, whereas i would like this operation to be automatic

I tried with 7z.exe : same result
Any suggestions are welcome !

Thanks in advance for your feedback

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 unexpected popup when using unrar from command line

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