I'm fairly sure it's not a "Windows Installer" limitation - I've seen quite a few MSIs which allow for passing parameters that change their behavior. For example, in Python's installer you can pass a parameter TARGETDIR (for python.org) or INSTALLDIR (for ActiveState), which defines the directory where it will be installed. It *may* be an "Advanced Installer" limitation, but MSIs are extremely versatile.If you run the installer with the /? argument, it will display the available options (include a silent installation). There is no way to specify individual installation options like the desktop icon (Windows installer limitation).
tccle.exe /exenoui tccle.exe /exebasicui
msiexec /i tcmd.msi /quiet /log tcmd.log AI_DESKTOP_SH=0
Assuming that you want to install TCC-RT in the "c:\tcc-rt" directory (and not in "c:\pogram files"):I'm sorry if I'm not explaining myself well.
I want to set the TCC-RT installation folder via an installation command line option - please can you give me a working example of how to do this?
I am aware that the MSI options have to be passed to the TCC-RT setup but I cannot work out how as the TCC-RT installer help file is too vague.
This is what I tried:
tcc-rt.exe "/i "tcc-rt.x64.msi" Targetdir="c:\tcc-rt""
I assume that I am passing the MSI option incorrectly...please can you provide me with a working example of how to pass an MSI option to the TCC-RT setup application?
Some good news, some bad ..Mostly, I find the update process is too interactive (even with option /u). Is there a way to download e.g. tcmdx64.exe and run it silently? Preferably with some way to change some of the options (e.g. I don't want a desktop icon)