Install HPClick with arguments for accepting the Eula, skipping the nexet 2-3 screens and entering ip and name of printer

Mark Verhunce 41 Reputation points

I have only been working with PowerShell for about 2 years and mainly with commands and arguments for .exe files that were easy to find or using xml files.

Recently, I have taken on a new role to help automate installations through PowerShell. There is one app (HPClick) that I can't seem to find the arguments or switches.

Here is the download link:

When the setup.exe file runs, you must accept the Eula. Next it will go through 2-3 screens than can be skipped. Afterwards, a screen comes up asking to enter and IP and name of a printer.

I would greatly appreciate assistance in figuring out how to find or customize arguments for HPClick.

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  1. Rich Matheisen 36,161 Reputation points

    There's an "HP Click Silent Version" in the "Software-Utility" section on that page. Have you tried that? Your next step would be to ask HP, no???

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