I hope to have some help from the best in the field.
I am given a task to make a package to install a "Intel WLAN driver " with the latest version "126.96.36.199 Rev.P" which loves the existing ambiguity in WIFI connections.
I have searched for the switches using the /? mentioned and only got /s as the switch for silent installation. along with that I am hoping to get a switch which could suppress the system restart if needed. So kindly could someone help me with the complete command line which could suppress the system restart of the same for the completion of the task.
Currently used command: Filename.exe /s.
Hope to hear back on this !!
You need to use the enterprise software installers, this should give you better options when installing (unlike the consumer installers). ie reboot options etc.
Be warned, enterprise packs can sometimes be quite cumbersome, as they are for enterprise admin usage.
Remember with software distribution, the switches for installation and removal are provided by the software manufacturer and are nothing to do with KACE or KACE functionality.
What that means is that you will need to contact the software manufacturer, in this case Intel to get them to provide options. If that is not possible, the other option you have is to use a repackager tool, like the appdeploy repackager to snapshot a machine, install the driver and the re-snapshot. Tools like appdeploy may then be able to build you an msi that will take a standard silent switch.
You can download the appdeploy repackager from this link.