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Command-line tools unattended installation SCCM
We will be creating a task sequence by the end of this year in the hope of producing an unattended installation for software to be rolled out via our System Center Configuration Manager. We were wondering if you could help us and/or whether had command-line tools in place to produce an unattended installation for Nightshade UV Editor for Maya?
Nightshade UV Editor Pro for Maya 2.1.3 (maya script)
Nightshade Blockout Pro for Maya 1.1.0 (maya script)
Nightshade Connect for Maya 1.1.0 (maya script)
UV Texture Editor Tools Ur-edition for Maya 2.1.2 (maya script)
Attr Editor for Maya 1.3.0 (maya script)
Maxya (Maya MEL Script Editor) for Maya 5.2.0 (maya plugin)