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Extracting 8.0.3 HP2

I want to silently push the new 8.0.3 HP2 client out using the same
method we've used for a long time. The only files available at this
time are the setup IP files, and a single file .exe installer. In order
to push the install I need the setup files extracted from the current
install .exe so that I can set options in the various .ini files. Is
there a command line option to only extract the files?
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Mike wrote:
> I want to silently push the new 8.0.3 HP2 client out using the same
> method we've used for a long time. The only files available at this
> time are the setup IP files, and a single file .exe installer. In order
> to push the install I need the setup files extracted from the current
> install .exe so that I can set options in the various .ini files. Is
> there a command line option to only extract the files?


If running .exe installer with /? parameter doesn't reveal a suitable
parameter you should find that starting the install will extract the setup
files to a directory named "7z?????.tmp" (where "?????" is five
alphanumeric characters) in your %TEMP% directory. Either that or open the
..exe file using 7zip.

HTH.
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Simon
Novell/SUSE/NetIQ Knowledge Partner
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