There isn't a way that I know. You didn't specify client or server, but for either, you would need to have the file somewhere where the computer could access it. You would then need to have some sort of batch script that would make sure Notes/Domino wasn't running, and then it would have to extract the QMU on the machine. Given the number of times QMUs fail for some reason, I don't know how feasible it is to persue this. If you do try it, let us know if it worked, and how you did it!
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