The silent install, revisited

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by klaatu, Jul 30, 2004.

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  1. klaatu

    klaatu Registered Member

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    Still need a silent install with Enable All Protection! No screens for my users to click on. Is this in the works? How much would it cost to get that done?

    Alternately, is there some way I could repackage with Innosetup to automatically enable all protection?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    Hey klaatu,

    I'll ask a few questions until JavaColl catches this thread.

    "silent install....Enable All Protection....No screens for my users to click on."

    Am I assuming correctly that your wanting to push this to their PC's without their knowledge ?
     
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  3. klaatu

    klaatu Registered Member

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    Absolutely. I don't want them to know a thing.
     
  4. dangitall

    dangitall Registered Member

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    So you're looking to make a 'foistware' version of SWB (I presume)? While you may have legitimate reasons for wanting to do this, somehow I just can't seem to picture Javacool being willing to go along with it.
     
  5. klaatu

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    Why wouldn't you want to enable all protection by default? Isn't that the point of the product?

    Having to explain the enabling process to 1000+ users is a problem. A significant number of them just won't "get it". Others will simply ignore it. From an administrative standpoint, a silent install with all protection enabled is the best option. What the users cannot click, they cannot screw up.
     
  6. dangitall

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    Sorry, Klaatu, but you weren't clear on your professional status. This (or similar) request has been made in other threads, and I don't think that Javacool has yet to come up with a 'corporate' solution. I could be wrong, however, and it might be worth your while to look for, and through, these other threads to see where things stand on this topic.
     
  7. MCT

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    the following works..

    on a working system with no spyware blaster protections enabled..

    download a program called RegSnap
    take a snapshot (whole system) , next enable all protections via spyware blaster, take another snapshot, press "compare" it will generate a .reg file if u tell it 2, save the .reg file as "spywareblaster.reg", next add the following 2 a .bat file

    Code:
    start /wait spywareblaster32.exe /VERYSILENT
    taskkill /im spywareblaster.exe /f
    REGEDIT /S spywareblaster.reg
    
    u can do lots more, but thats just basics :)
     
  8. javacool

    javacool BrightFort Moderator

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    Hi,

    SpywareBlaster Network Version is being worked on, and should allow what you are looking for (plus some other great features). :)

    Best regards,

    -Javacool
     
  9. war59312

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    Yes I cant wait for this as well for an unattanted install. :)
     
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