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Re: Change Silent Installation Behavior to Require Restart / Don't Close Explorer

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 11 Jul 2015 08:47:03 +0200

On 11.07.2015 00:54, eric wrote:
> Hi all!
> I am attempting to deploy TortoiseSVN in an SCCM environment. I found a
> thread
> (http://tigris-scm.10930.n7.nabble.com/Windows-7-update-TortoiseSVN-kill-explorer-td97470.html)
> where Erwan was having a similar problem (Explorer is closing during
> updating). Instead of Explorer closing, I would like to default to the "Do
> not close applications. A reboot will be required" option from the "Files in
> Use" window during a silent installation. I have tried all the
> MSIRESTARTMANAGERCONTROL=0/Disable/DisableShutdown properties without luck.
> How can I make it so that a silent installation of TortoiseSVN will never
> close Explorer and return a 3010 when needed?

Not sure, but I think you also have to set REBOOT=force to prevent the
restart manager from closing apps.


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