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How to silent install Oracle 11g on Windows Server 2003

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   How do I create a silent installaiton using the answer file (enterprise.rsp) for Oracle 11g on Windows Server 2003?

Thanks, MIssymadi
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Thanks I'll probably need this in the future for a Linux install but I need it for Windows Server 2003 for this project.
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Details are here but also Oracle installation guide explains the process
although there are many complains:

http://www.pythian.com/news/1035/oracle-silent-mode-part-110-installation-of-102-and-111-databases
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Good luck!
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