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Hello,

I want to create a silent installation for Symantec Client Security.msi but I do not want to include the "Firewall" feature...

If I exec the setup manually I can deselect the "Firewall" feature, but in silent mode I do not know how?

Any ideas?

Is there any command line parameter in order to instruct the setup proc to not include the "Firewall" feature?

Is there any tool that could help me do another installation package with the selections of mine?

Thank you
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From this link

http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/
ent-security.nsf/docid/2004021813253548?Open&src=w&docid=2004062109282748&nsf=ent-security.nsf&view=docid

The default Symantec Client Security installation package requires the installation of both the Symantec Client Security AntiVirus client and the Symantec Client Security firewall client. To install the stand-alone Symantec Client Security AntiVirus client (without the Symantec Client Security firewall client), use the installation files that are in the \SAV directory on the Symantec Client Security CD. Installing Symantec Client Security firewall client without Symantec Client Security AntiVirus client is not supported.
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