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IntelliType Pro 6 silent install

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I am installing MS IntelliType Pro 6 over network by SMS. But there are two prompts for users to check for Agreement and another to select a Keyboard model name.

How can I aumotmare this installation so that users don't see any installation process? I have only one setup package file only. Is there any way with switches or INF file?
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Similar to the method here, possibly:

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?s=a676c2cfefcf9aad6d6d6b7b55bb8cb2&showtopic=11371

(I wouldn't really know how this would differ to version 6)
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Thank you so much, and235100. I will try that and see how it goes.
I will post when I find the rsolution to my environment.
Fingers Crossed !
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This is what I've done and worked.

Install the software and copy the directory from Program Files to $1 on your test storage i.g. USB key.
Find registry keys from HKCU and export them. Change Current_User to Local_Machine then combine all the key values to one .reg file.

Create a batch file to copy $1 folder and import the registry file.
At the end of the batch file, add start ikey.exe to start the process.
Then you can test the keyboard shortcuts.

You can compile the batch file to .exe file with batch compiler. i.e. Quick batch file compiler.

Create a folder on SMS install point directory, copy all the resource files with the package file.
Create an SMS job to install the package and advertise to your test machines.

That should work. Mine works perfectly.

Thank you.
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If you have answered you question yourself -
http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi70

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Thanks for that - I only really pointed you in the right direction...
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