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How to set unattended.txt file to perform automatic ACU

I have tried using #ACU /U /D:no and #setupnw.exe /ACU /U. Both commands
prompt me as to whether or not to accept the install/upgrade. I want to
force this to run silently. Am I missing something? Help!

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Re: How to set unattended.txt file to perform automatic ACU

mmetzger@stelizabeth.com wrote:
> I have tried using #ACU /U /D:no and #setupnw.exe /ACU /U. Both commands
> prompt me as to whether or not to accept the install/upgrade. I want to
> force this to run silently. Am I missing something? Help!
>


Look in the acu.ini file. Change the Display Dialog variable to No and
set the path to the Unattend file. Then call acu.exe with no arguments.

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Re: How to set unattended.txt file to perform automatic ACU

You need to create an unattend.txt (or whatever you call it) file with
NCIMAN.EXE. In NCIMAN.EXE, you specifc "show initial screen = no" and
"accept license agreement = yes".
Then if you use ACU.EXE, edit your ACU.INI to point to that file, ot if
you use SETUP.eXE /ACU, use the file as command line option for the /u:
parameter.

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