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Do you know how to create an automatic installation of mbam ?

For example, I would like to install it in "C:\test" folder and creating a shortcut on the desktop.

Is there any installation options like "-location", "-silent", etc... ?

For example :

mbam.exe -location:C:\test -createdesktopshortcut:yes -silent

Thank you by advance for your answers.

Sorry for my english :-(

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Use the /VERYSILENT parameter to be silent. Use /DIR="x:\dirname to specify where you want it to go. As for the icon, it should be created.

Thank you so much for your help. It works fine.

Do you know where can I find others options for installation ? Is there an help file or something like this ?

Thanks again.

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Attached is the help file from the installer I use. All of the parameters are listed.

Excellent !

You will hate me, I have a latest question for you.

Where can I find the different tasks for this option : /TASKS="comma separated list of task names"

I know there are 'desktopicon' and 'fileassoc' but the link to "tasks" doesn't work.

Have a good day.

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Sorry for the reply. Here are the tasks Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware executes.



They are self explanatory. So I think if you want to run tasks, you do.


Thank you for your answer.

I would like to know, is it possible to apply some General Settings like "Terminate Internet Explorer..." and "Automatically save and display..." but not "Anonymously report..." and "Create right click..." ? Because by default all General Settings are selected.

Thanks by advance.

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You would have to create a registry script that runs right after the installer. It needs to edit the HKCU\SOFTWARE\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware key with the appropriate settings.

Great ! It works very well.

Thanks a lot for your help, I really apreciate.

I wish you all the best.

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