Windows Script 5.6

Posted on 2003-02-25
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Last Modified: 2013-12-28
I need to install Windows Script 5.6 as part of my
install.  On Win NT4 is there a way to prevent
scr56en.exe from rebooting when complete?  Better yet, is
there a merge module available for this?
Question by:has
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guess you haven't done the obvious yet.

scr56en /?

or scr56en /q /r:n

As for the merge module I guess it wouldn't be too hard to make one, not really sure why you would though. perhaps more info may help to answer that..


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