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    • #3967
      npkce
      Participant

      We have policies in place that block unknown exes from running in appdata. Is it possible to specify a different directory using remote.bat and install.txt?

      ###
      rem simple batch file to run the install over a network
      rem change the network path to your server

      @echo
      off
      net use u: \\server\SDI
      u:
      cd \
      SDIO_x64_R732.exe -script:scripts\install.txt
      c:
      net use u: /delete
      ###

      #
      # Snappy Driver Installer Origin
      #
      # Title: Simple Install
      # Author: Glenn Delahoy
      # Description: Simple script to install missing and better drivers.
      # Notes: Test mode by default. Set ‘enableinstall on’ to make it live.
      #

      echo ==============================
      echo Snappy Driver Installer Origin
      echo Simple Install
      echo ==============================
      echo

      echo Initialising…
      verbose 384
      logging on
      enableinstall on
      init
      echo Installing missing and better drivers…
      select missing better
      install
      end

      ###

      Thanks for your work on a great piece of software!

    • #3969
      Glenn
      Keymaster

      Remind me again what it uses appdata for?

    • #3975
      npkce
      Participant

      That’s the path that it extracts the drivers to locally

      echo Installing missing and better drivers…
      Select: filter:34, drpfilter:0
      3 drivers selected
      extractdir=’C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Temp\SDIO’
      Installing $2091
      Pack: drivers\DP_MassStorage_21063.7z
      Name: Intel(R) Optane(TM) Pinning Shell Extensions
      Provider: Intel Corporation
      Date: 03/12/2021
      Version: 18.3.0.1003
      HWID: SWC\VID8086&SW_RSTSHELLEXTENSIONS
      inf: Intel\FORCED\10×64\18.33.0.1003\iaStorPinningComponent.inf,intel.ntamd64.10.0…15063
      Score: 00FF0000

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    • #3994
      Glenn
      Keymaster

      That’s a weird policy not allowing apps to use appdata.

      You can add the following switch to the command line as per the manual:

      -extractdir:<dir>

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