I use a script that calls "<firefoxsetuplateststversion.exe> -ms" during automatic installation of a new machine and for updating existing machines called from a lo… (read more)
I use a script that calls "<firefoxsetuplateststversion.exe> -ms" during automatic installation of a new machine and for updating existing machines called from a login script.
This worked for many years and versions, but with FF64 it only creates an (unlinked) item to the desktop and installs NOTHING.
(see attached screenshot, sorry the setup is in german, but you can see the commandline, the icon and what happens if you click on it)
There is no problem calling the setup is run manually, but of course "silent/automatic" install should still work.
So I assume, somebody has broken the setup routines.
pls check it out and fix it fast, I will have to go back to 63.0.2 for now (which then updates to 64 later on...)
(the screenshot also shows some tries with /? or /help, ignore them, when I found out that -ms did not work anymore, I have looked for some new switches, but obviously they dont exist and a help summary is still not available too (maybe a good idea to implement?))
Normally the setup is called during installation phase with admin rights, the manual try is also done (as you can see) with admin right, so there is no permission problem
OS is windows 2019