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I answered to a similar question yesterday. As far as I am aware, using the
native TightVNC installer, there is no way to specify installation
configuration via the command-line.
But we offer TightVNC 2.0.2 MSI-based installer that allows to configure
pretty much every setting supported but TightVNC server.
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From: Martin Lawyer [mailto:martin@...]
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2010 2:47 PM
Subject: Install as a service via command line?
The GUI installer for TightVNC offers the option of installing the VNC
server as a Windows service, but you have to check a checkbox during the
install (it is off by default).
How can I do this same thing via command line options to the installer?
The documentation only specifies how to install with all defaults.
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From: Constantin Kaplinsky <const@ti...> - 2010-09-22 09:02:54
>>>>> Yury Averkiev wrote:
> But we offer TightVNC 2.0.2 MSI-based installer
Please do not call it a "TightVNC installer", that may confuse TightVNC
users. TightVNC offers just one .exe installer, and it's not MSI-based
at the moment. Users should know they would install a repackaged
software based on TightVNC, not the original TightVNC software.
With Best Wishes,