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How to install teamviewer with psexec silently with custom password

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is it possible to send the custom host msi to a computer that you support and have it silently install without them having to hit allow and finish. and also set a custom password?

I have tried the following but it prompts with allow and finish and also the password has manually be entered on the host side.

psexec \\server -u username -p password cmd.exe /c "teamviewer_host-idc23434.msi /I " "/quite" 

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thanks!
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Check this link out, lots of info in there for you to review.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/System_Utilities/Remote_Access/Q_28338137.html
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wasn't what I needed but thanks for trying
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