Sorry yes, I did mean Windows.
And that is perfect, the /SAVEINF! 

Thank you so much for your help.

On Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 12:04:22 PM UTC+1, Konstantin Khomoutov 
> On Tue, 22 Sep 2015 03:48:30 -0700 (PDT) 
> Will Lucas < <javascript:>> wrote: 
> > I was wondering if there are any install flags for git to be 
> > installed silently and to be able to pre-choose the install options 
> > to make it completely silent? Using the standard '/S' flag for 
> > the .exe just seems to launch it as normal. 
> Well, from "silent install" and ".exe" it's possible to guess you're 
> talking about Windows and Git for Windows.  Both of its available 
> versions (the latest "legacy" release, 1.9.5 and the new 2.x.x) are 
> packaged using Inno Setup and hence tricks the installers generated by 
> that product apply: 
> 1) The installer is able to run in a "simulated" mode in which it allows 
>    the user to make the necessary choices in the installer's UI and 
>    save them in an INI-formatted file which can later be used for 
>    "preceeding" the installation.  That's the "/SAVEINF=name" 
>    and "/LOADINF=name" command-line options. 
> 2) It supports the "/SILENT" and "/VERYSILENT" command-line options. 
> You can read about this stuff in [1]. 
> Not sure by which conventions "/S" has some stanzardized meaning. 
> 1. 

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