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Installing Git and chefdk via bat script

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i have a windows domain and i need to install Git & Chefdk but the install script seems to be expert level which i am new at. can anyone help please

my Script

@echo off

msiexec.exe /i \\domain\netlogon\install\Git\Git-2.10.2-64-bit.exe


pause

exit

Git

 https://git-scm.com/download/win

chefdk

https://downloads.chef.io/chef-dk/
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by:NVIT
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What do you need help with?
Do you get errors?
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sorry should have mentioned that i do get an error
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You don't say what OS you are running. 32 or 64 bit? Possibly you are trying to install a 64 bit in a 32 bit OS.
On the download page, there is also an option to try Git for Windows Portable ("thumbdrive edition")
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we are running a 64 bit OS and i'm using the 64 bit install
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Try  installing the 32-bit.
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trying this script but getting this error below- what am i doing wrong here

@echo off

msiexec.exe /i C:\Users\rsp\Desktop\Git-2.10.2.msi /qn

[Setup]
Lang=default
Dir=C:\Program Files\Git
Group=Git
NoIcons=0
SetupType=default
Components=
Tasks=
PathOption=Cmd
SSHOption=OpenSSH
CRLFOption=CRLFAlways

pause

exit

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You are combining setup info with a batch file. In the batch file, remove everything between the lines:

msiexec.exe /i C:\Users\rsp\Desktop\Git-2.10.2.msi /qn
and
pause

Run the batch file.
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thanks - once i convert to msi and i used the script - worked perfectly
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