The [Run] section is optional, and specifies any number of programs to execute after the program has been successfully installed, but before the Setup program. The latter can happen if CloseApplications is set to yes or force. Installing Shown during the actual installation process. Information Shown if InfoAfterFile is set. Note that the DisableFinishedPage directive is ignored if a restart of the computer is deemed necessary, or if a file is assigned to the InfoAfterFile [Setup] section.

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[Run] & [UninstallRun] sections

This must be exactly the same name as you see when you double-click innoxetup font file in Explorer. It will not overwrite or append to existing files. If the [Setup] section directive DisableProgramGroupPage was set to yesthis command line parameter is ignored.

This potentially decreases the size of Setup if solid compression is also used. Prevents Setup from closing applications using files that need to be updated by Setup.

[Setup]: InfoBeforeFile

If this flag is specified in the [Run] section, Setup won’t display an error message if Filename doesn’t exist. Overrides the default folder name displayed on the Select Start Menu Folder wizard page. Prevents Setup from verifying the file checksum after extraction. You should innnosetup use this parameter in any new scripts. Email Required, inffoafterfile never shown. When solid compression is enabled, this flag instructs the compiler to finalize the current compression stream and begin a new one before compressing the file s matched by Source.


FTS files are automatically deleted as well. Instructs Setup to initially uncheck the checkbox. This flag is ignored if the postinstall flag isn’t also specified.

By default, when a file being installed has an older version number or older time stamp, when the comparetimestamp flag is used than an existing file, Setup will not replace the existing file. Infoaftedfile parameter was deprecated and replaced by flags in Inno Setup 3.

If a task name is prefixed with a “!

[Setup]: DisableFinishedPage

The log file is created with a unique name based on the current innosetu. Specifies that the file is shared among multiple applications, and should only be removed at uninstall time if no other applications are using it. The same is true if Setup is launched from an already-elevated process.

Its value specifies the file which is compiled into the output setup and so this directive value must be known at compilation time. This flag instructs the compiler to digitally sign the original source files before storing them. The compiler will prepend the path of your installation’s source directory if you do not specify a fully qualified pathname.

If a component name is prefixed with a “! The following options are supported:. Determines the message displayed on the wizard while the program is executed. Disables the This will install Constants may only be used when the external flag is specified, because the compiler does not do any constant translating itself.

Previously this flag was called showcheckbox. Otherwise, it will not be replaced. If this flag is specified, it will launch the program in a hidden window.


This is the default behavior in a bit mode install. Sign up using Facebook. Specifies the action to be performed on the file. The default response in situations where there’s a choice is: When combined with either the regserver or regtypelib flags, Setup will not display any error message if the registration fails.

If this flag is specified, it will wait until the process is waiting for user input with no input pending, instead of waiting for the process to terminate. If this flag is specified, it will wait until the process has completely terminated.

Setup Command Line Parameters

When this flag is used, Setup will ask the user whether the file should be replaced, with the default answer being to keep the existing file. If the specified path does not already exist on the user’s system, it will be created automatically, and removed automatically during uninstallation if empty.

This parameter cannot be combined with the external flag. The user can uncheck or check this checkbox and thereby choose whether this entry should be processed or not. Specifies additional attributes for the file. Existing installations of your programs done by non Unicode installers can be freely updated by Unicode installers, and vice versa.