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I have an .exe file which is actually archive and I need to extract it in command line in unattended way to be able to further automate the installation of a program it "installs".

So my question is what command line archive tool can do it? As it seems that winzip's one can't.

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You will find most people would recommend 7zip's command line tool for this.

See here for the command line tool usage.

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