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Quiet installation of XANADU (CAD Studio) applications.

A - answer All applications by CAD Studio (XANADU) which use the MSI installation tool (i.e. Excellink, VRMLout, LiveLabel, HGEN, LogOff, iProject, etc. - see the software catalog) can be installed "silently" - without user intervention.

Just use the /quiet or /passive switch when running the setup - e.g.:

excellink2006.msi /quiet
msiexec vrmlexport.msi /passive
See msiexec /help for more information.

Other CAD Studio's applications employing the WISE and Tarma installation technology (CITin, LT Extension, older apps...) can be installed quietly with the /q switch - e.g.:

LTextensionSetup2006.exe /q
Newer versions of our applications use different setup tools and quiet installation is not available there.
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