A batch file executes a set of commands. Installation batch files are useful for installation of stand-alone or network licensed programs on computers that are connected to a network. These files are also useful for installing service packs, extensions, and object enablers on a network.
The batch file consists of one or more commands, as well as command switches that specify options, and flags that modify the options. An installation script also contains path names.
An installation script points to the location of the product's setup.exe file. You must point to the setup.exe file on your installation media or network location.
In order for your Autodesk product to run properly, you must have Administrator permissions on the computer where the program is being installed.