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Silent insall of Flash Player 10.1.85.3 (IE) & Non-IE

Posted on 2010-09-24
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Hi,

I'm trying to do a silent insall of Flash Player 10.1.85.3 (IE) & Non-IE using the command:

@ECHO
ECHO .... Text.....
install_flash_player.exe /install /s
install_flash_player_ax.exe /install /s
exit 0

but it didn't work either.
Any solution to this?

Thanks
hopeleonie
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I'm assuming the package you have above is from the adobe web site, and that you have signed up for the distributable version of this software.

Running my installer, which I'm not sure is the same version, with a /? indicates that the only switch available is /s.  Try not using the /install switch.  It works for me.
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Is this version 10.1.85.3? We have a distributable version.
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sorry my college tried the wrong script!
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