Internet Explorer 9 installer is packaged as a self-extracting setup that run an update package (*.msu) that is contained inside the package. Here is a complete list of available command line switches that may be useful while deploying Internet Explorer 9.
The command-line options in the following table are available with Windows Internet Explorer 9 RC for Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
|/help||Display the list of all available command line switches|
|/passive||Run the installation without any input from the user.|
|/quiet||Identical to /passive|
|/update-no||Do not check for Internet Explorer updates.|
|/closeprograms||Close programs automatically to allow installation without rebooting the system.|
|/norestart||Do not restart after installation has completed.|
|/forcerestart||If a restart is required after installation, restart automatically.|
|/log:<path>||Create a log file at :<path>.|
|/x:<path>||Extract the installation package contents at :<path>.|
You can get the list of all options by passing /help to IE9 offline installer.
To pass these command line options, Open Command Prompt and execute the installer with following syntax.
Example: C:\>IE9-Windows7-x86-enu.exe /help
- Internet Explorer 9 RC