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Executable installation with /q and all user

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Hi there;

Via command prompt,  /q command line installs an executable with the ‘Current User’ setting. Is it possible to change this to All Users? Which parameter to use?

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but this is just an exe, not an msi.

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Yes but lot of exes are archives and includes MSI instal inside so you just need to call setup.exe -v and msi parameters like ALLUSERS=1      


or you can use some exe - msi converter
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