installing a program with powershell.

Hello,

I am trying to install a software using powershell. When I use start-process for .exe file, it starts installation wizard.
once it starts, there are 2-3 check boxes I need to check on during the installation. Is there anyway I can give default values for these check boxes or skip these steps during installation so that whole installation process can be done by one-click?
I am currently using the following command
PS C:\> start-process -filepath C:\MyProgram\install.exe -verb runas

Thanks!
IzzyTwinklyAsked:
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Thomas WheelerCommented:
Usually there is an msi file do you have one? This usually allows you to do silent installs and set the options with switches.
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IzzyTwinklyAuthor Commented:
No sir.

I have only .exe file. What other options do I have without msi file?
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Thomas WheelerCommented:
Download 7-zip right click the executive and extract. I bet there us an msi in there
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