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Mur Zimminy

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  1. I'm not sure about what a console would be able to provide. Granted I am not familiar with using one either. As I understand it, it would show what is happening as the EXE triggers events. Would it show the processes that check to see if there is a switch in force on the command line? I'm sure there HAS to documentation somewhere. I think that if you have the new viewer configured to auto-update, it is just launching the install process using a silent install switch (I saw it flash by in a command window). I'll keep looking... Maybe I'll ask on twitter too.
  2. Hi Shari! I also have Win 7 64bit and it runs Second Life Viewer just fine. The "32-bit only" from the system requirements is referring to the fact that the viewer is a 32-bit application instead of a native 64-bit application. Hope this helps! See Torley Lindens post on this in the wiki: http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Windows_7
  3. Close! These command line parameters are for running the viewer after it is installed. These are very helpful for specifying the experience after logging in. I need the options for installing the viewer in the first place. Thanks Storm for responding!
  4. I am trying to figure out what command line switches are available in the viewer installation files. I want to be able to script a routine to update the official viewer on computers in a school lab environment where the computers are normally "frozen" using Deep Freeze. The process will run at night unattended. Thanks! .: Mur :.
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