the exe is done with " /install"
However according to a recent Adobe post in here somewhere you are not suppose to mass deploy PPAPI, of course it is not clearly documented on any of the download pages either.
So if i write FILENAME.EXE /install /q i should get a quiet install correct?
I just use:
/q is used on msi the majority of the time depending on how it was wrapped, just tested and confirmed silent 100%
Carm01 mentioned this but i have not had any luck getting ANY of the flash .EXE installations to complete with success through SCCM
I have moved on from PPAPI and started working on NPAPI and AX .EXE and still no success
this is what i tested and the fail return code from SCCM
Program: Adobe Flash Player (PPAPI) failed with exit code 3221225477
Indicates that the executed program has terminated abnormally or crashed.
They work, Idk squat about SCCM, We use altiris, and we can set altiris to drop whatever file on whatever machine and run the commands silently regardless of file like in an example shown below
It has to be something you are doing in SCCM
Why don't you just copy that file install and then a bat file with that command to the drive and execute the bat file. That's about the only advise I have since i don't know squat about sccm
Performing an internet search for "EXE installers and SCCM" indicates there are some hoops to jump through to deploy EXE's via SCCM (as CS is alluding to). If you are using SCCM why not use the Catalog .cab file to retrieve the MSI installers or the MSI installers themselves? Information on this is available in the Flash Player Admin Guide and when licensing Flash Player for distribution (information on licensing is in the Admin Guide link I posted).