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How do I install SQL Server 2008 using command lines?

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I have been trying to install SQL Server 2008 using the same command lines I used to install SQL Server 2005 and it is not working. What do I need to do to the command lines to make the SQL Server 2008 install work?
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Of course, you need to rewrite those command line install scripts if some additional features are required. Or kindly provide us to help you out..
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Thank you! I may need help in rewriting the install scripts. If so, I will provide them to you shortly!! Thank you so much!
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