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From: Turner, Glenn (glenn.turnerDOCUMENTUM.COM)
Date: Wed Feb 20 2002 - 02:33:23 CST
You could also use the /Q /R:N switches to install this, and any other
"Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor" Internet Explorer patch.
/Q - don't prompt user for input (no Next button etc)
/R:N - suppress the reboot.
The only patch of this type that I've found that it doesn't work for was a
Media Player 6.4 security patch.
From: Windows NTBugtraq Mailing List
[mailto:NTBUGTRAQLISTSERV.NTBUGTRAQ.COM] On Behalf Of Mikael Rönnbäck
Sent: Friday, 15 February 2002 8:51 AM
Subject: MSIE patch info
Just a small piece of information if it's any news to you.
Microsoft recently released the Q316059 MSIE security rollup patch
Running the patch with /Q is supposed to be an unattended installation
for packages But this will still cause the patch to prompt for a reboot
after installation, however if you instead use the /Q:A switch this will
make installation fully unattended.
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