Support > Installer Syntax
Syntax description of install and uninstall silent deploy switches.
Microsoft Active Setup InnoSetup InstallShield Msi Windows Installer NullSoft (NSIS) Wise (Comodo Program Manager)
The "shortcut" to each of these installers is located in the PsPadEditorCapaLib "Help/Online Help/vbScript" menu.
Microsoft Active Setup (detailed description):
When running your ComputerJob script to start an installation, some vendors need to apply User Settings in C:\Users or in HKCU registry.
If your end users isn't member of the local administrators group (recommended by Microsoft), you are probably using a Management System running with local system account, so you can't write to the end users User Settings.
In order to solve that, you can use Microsoft's Active Setup, that probably isn't supported by your Management System functions, but is "managed" by the Windows operating system.
InnoSetup (syntax details): FreeWare - Open Source - Creates EXE files.
InstallShield (syntax details): Subscription - Not Open Source - Creates EXE or MSI
Msi Windows Installer (syntax details): FreeWare - Not Open Source, but Free SDK - Creates MSI
A package describes the installation of one or more full products (Windows Installer does not handle dependencies between products) and is universally identified by a GUID (the PackageCode property). A product is made up of components, grouped into features
NullSoft NSIS (syntax details): FreeWare - Open Source zLib license - Creates EXE
Wise (syntax details): Earlier FreeWare, now Subscription - Not Open Source - Creates EXE
Comodo Program Manager
If you can't find any silent switches, or can't detect the installer type, you have 2 options: