At work, one of the tasks I am responsible for is resetting computers to their factory settings and installing the updated drivers. Lenovo makes this easy with their System Update tool, but Dell and other companies require you to install drivers manually.
Because I am doing this process on so many machines, I am trying to find a way to automate the process so all I have to do is stick a USB in the machine, start a batch file, and let it go. Basically, I need a batch file that installs a bunch of drivers in a folder (that I download individually and put together first) without me needing to press "Ok" and "Next" for every single driver. I've tried a few things, but the /s or -s doesn't seem to be working. Does anybody have a workaround or know how to do this?
Here is the code that I have tried already:
pushd %~dp0 start /wait setup32.exe -s echo press key when install finished! pause popd
@echo off start /wait "" adobereader.exe /s /passive /quiet EULA_ACCEPT=YES
Nothing seems to work so far. For both of them, the driver installation starts, but it still requires user interactivity to continue the installation by pressing "Ok" and "Next".
Thank you for all of your help!