By using the "/silent" argument, the Updater searches silently for updates at the interval specified in the "Updater" page - "Update check frequency" field . If the check frequency has passed and updates are found, the Updater will be launched with full UI and display them to the user. Otherwise, it will exit immediately.
You may encounter this behavior if, for example, the last check for updates was done yesterday and your update check frequency is set for 2 days. With that being said, the 2 days did not pass, resulting in the check frequency failing, further resulting in the updater exiting immediately.
In this case, you can set the "Update check frequency" to 0 days, or simply using the following command line:
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updater.exe /silentall -nofreqcheck
If the "-nofreqcheck" argument is passed, the frequency check is skipped. However, it can only be used with the /silentall and /silentcritical command line options.
Also, if the "/silentall" argument is passed, the Updater will search silently for updates and automatically install all updates.
Hope this helps.
All the best,