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VB5 Setup - No User Intervention

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I need to create a VB setup exe with the wizard that can install the application with no user intervention at all.
A further complication is that we have to distribute the MS RDO stuff as part of the installation also.
Ideas? Wizard configuration ?
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by:lmorris
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You may want to check out my article, "End those update blues" at www.vbonline.com.

It gives you an easy way to do just what you're talking using plain-old VB.
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by:slinky
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So nothing with plain old setup wizard?
Assume maximum laziness...
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Try altering the Setup wizard source that comes with VB to do this.

\Program Files\Devstudio\vb\Setupkit\setup1\Setup1.vbp

if you installed vb in the default directory..

It should be a simple change to get rid of the intervening screens that comes during setup
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by:slinky
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lmorris, went to the site but couldn't find the article...
Can you give me directions?
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