UltraEdit 17 Silent Installation

That was kind of hard to find the right command line for UltraEdit 17. As i started to drag the .exe file into my cmd and see with /? if there are command line switches, i saw that you can do a silent install with .exe /S /V/qn at least so it says. But as you might know that is not true.

So how do you do a silent install of UltraEdit 17. It is pretty easy if you know how. You need a configuration file. It is called setup.iss and you have to generate it yourself.

open up an command window (cmd) and start the.exe file as followed

.exe -r -f1C:\Temp\setup.iss

you have to work through the installation manualy like you want it later on. Now just start your silent installation as followed.

.exe -s -f1C:\Temp\setup.iss

if you like to get a logfile you can use the following line.

.exe -s -f1C:\Temp\setup.iss -f2C:\Temp\ue.log

thats pretty much it.

For the Activation you have to use this.

uedit32.exe /lic,e=”<LicenseID>|<Password>”

and for UltraCompare this.

uc.exe -lic “<LicenseID>|<Password>”


as always. If you have qustions just ask.


HPBiosConfigUtility.exe Commandlines

So i thought i post the output of the command HPBiosConfigUtility.exe /? so that you can see that at once. I hope it helps

Hewlett-Packard BIOS Configuration Utiltiy Version Copyright (c) 2005 - 2006, Hewlett-Packard Development Company L.P.

BiosConfigUtility.EXE {options}

where the valid options are:

/GetConfig:”filename” – Gets the configuration data.
/SetConfig:”filename” – Modify the system BIOS configuration.
– Accepts only RESPET formatted files.
/Format:REPSET – Specifies the GETCONFIG output format.
– /FORMAT:REPSET is the default.
/? or /Help – Display this help message.
/cspwd:”pwd” or
/CurSetupPassword:”pwd” – Current BIOS Setup Password.
– Provide only if needed for /SETCONFIG
or if changing the password with
– Can specify multiple current passwords.
/nspwd:”pwd” or
/NewSetupPassword:”pwd” – New BIOS Setup Password.
– Used to modify the password.
– To remove the password use /NewSetupPassword:””
/verbose – Display details about each setting such as
failure code, reason for failure

NOTE: BIOS passwords are converted from ASCII to English keyboard
scan codes. If a character does not map directly to a scan
code, the password is ignored.

Valid ‘characters’ are mapped to keyboard keys as follows:

` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 – =
q w e r t y u i o p [ ] a s d f g h j k l ; ‘
z x c v b n m , .

Valid ‘SHIFT+characters’ are mapped to keyboard keys as follows:

~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ +
Q W E R T Y U I O P { } |
A S D F G H J K L ; ‘



Wise Command Switches

So in case you get in touch with a wise installation here are command switches you might need.

/T _ is a Test mode
/X pathname _ will extract all files into pathname
/Z pathname _ will extract all files into pathname and reboots afterwards
/S = quietmode

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NetIQ SM 6.5.(3) Command line

A command line for Silent install of the NetIQ SM 6.5.3

Netiq.msi /qn /l*v "%TEMP%ManualAgent_v65msi.log" Reboot="ReallySuppress" SM_CENTRALCOMPUTER="%MYSERVER%" SM_CONFIGURATIONGROUP="%MYGROUP%"

MSI Command line switches

This isn’t really something new. But there are still new people into deploying software.

To find out what MSI Command line switches can be used, you open a command window (cmd) and just drag and drop your msi file into it.
after your msi you type /? or /help so that it looks something like this.

"pathappname.msi" /?

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