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Is there any way to create a Visual studio 2005 Unattended installation package or a 0% user interaction package?

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Is there any way to create a Visual studio 2005 Unattended installation package or a 0% user interaction package?

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Sharath
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Yep, theres two methods Administrator Mode Setup and Active Directory Deployment more info here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vs2005/aa718683.aspx

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in setup and deployment project: menu view->editor->user interface
delete all dialogs under Install
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Where should i do that?
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once you have created setup and deployment project, open menu view->editor->user interface
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You mean after following this link.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vs2005/aa718683.aspx
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no, it has nothing to do with the deployment.

Even if the installation is regular, it's possible to run it with all dialogs suppressed - all it takes is a command-line switch, or some other ways described in this article. I understood your question not how to suppress the dialogs but how to build the installation without dialogs to begin with, so even when the user runs it without any switches, it still has no dialogs. That's what I answered.
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