Vista SP1 Command-line switches

x86:

windows6.0-kb936330-x86.exe [options]

x64:

windows6.0-kb936330-x64.exe [options]

Options:

/forcerestart
If a restart is required, this option forces any open applications or documents to close.

/nodialog
Suppresses the success or failure dialog box at the end of the installation.

/norestart
Does not restart the computer after the installation is complete, even if a restart is required to complete the installation. This option is intended for use with the /quiet option.

/promptrestart
If a restart is required, a dialog box notifies the user that a restart is required to complete Setup. You should use this option with the /quiet option.

/quiet
Runs the installation in quiet mode. This mode shows no user interface during the installation of the updates. This is the same as unattended mode, except that the user interface is hidden. No prompts will appear during the installation process except the success or failure dialog box at the end of the installation. To suppress this dialog box, you must also specify the /nodialog option.

/unattend
Installs the service pack in unattended mode. Only critical error prompts and a progress bar will appear during the installation.

/warnrestart[:]
If a restart is required, a dialog box notifies the user that the computer will restart in the specified number of seconds. The user can either cancel the restart or restart the computer immediately. The default setting is 30 seconds.

/wsus
Returns a failure code if the previous installation attempt failed. This option is needed only when deploying in a WSUS, SMS, or System Center Configuration Manager environment, or in any non-Microsoft product that uses the Windows Update Agent to report installation success.

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