Silent install command syntax for Genetec Mission Control™ - Genetec Mission Control™ 3.0.5.0

Genetec Mission Control™ Deployment Guide 3.0.5.0

Applies to
Genetec Mission Control™ 3.0.5.0
Last updated
2022-05-02
Content type
Guides > Deployment guides
Language
English (United States)
Product
Genetec Mission Control™
Version
3.0

When performing a silent installation, specific program options are required to run the Genetec Mission Control™ Installer.

The syntax for running the Genetec Mission Control™ installer in silent mode is:

"MC Packages\MCInstaller.exe" <installer_options>

The following table lists the installer options:

Installer option Description
/ISFeatureInstall Specifies the features to be installed.
The possible values must be separated by a comma without spaces:
  • Server (Genetec Mission Control™ feature)
  • RabbitMQ (RabbitMQ feature)
    Must be used with:
    • RABBITUSER=<username>
    • RABBITPWD=<password>
    • CONFIRMPWD=<password>
    These three options can be put in any order on the command line.
  • WebAPI (Genetec Mission Control™ feature)
EXAMPLES:
  • /ISFeatureInstall=Server
  • /ISFeatureInstall=WebAPI
  • /ISFeatureInstall=RabbitMQ RABBITUSER=Admin RABBITPWD=sEcReT CONFIRMPWD=sEcReT
  • /ISFeatureInstall=Server,RabbitMQ RABBITUSER=Admin RABBITPWD=sEcReT CONFIRMPWD=sEcReT
  • /ISFeatureInstall=RabbitMQ,Server RABBITPWD=sEcReT CONFIRMPWD=sEcReT RABBITUSER=Admin
  • /ISFeatureInstall=WebAPI ISInstallDir_MissionControlWebAPI="C:\Program Files (x86)\Genetec\Genetec Mission Control Web API" RESTART_GENETEC_SERVER=1 GENETEC_PORT=9550 ENABLE_WEBAPI_DOCUMENTATION=1"
EXAMPLE OF INCORRECT SYNTAX:
  • /ISFeatureInstall=RabbitMQ RABBITUSER=Admin RABBITPWD=sEcReT CONFIRMPWD=sEcReT, Server, WebAPI

    RabbitMQ, WebAPI, and Server must immediately follow /ISFeatureInstall.

/silent Sets the Genetec Mission Control™ installer to run in silent mode with no user interaction.
/debuglog<FilePath> Enables the creation of the debug log file and specifies the file path.
NOTE: The file path specified in <FilePath> must exist. The installer will not create it.

EXAMPLE: /debuglog"C:\DebugLog.log"

/log<FolderPath> Enables the creation of log files and specifies the file path.
NOTE: The file path specified in <FilePath> must exist. The installer will not create it.

EXAMPLE: /log"C:\MyLogFiles\"

/remove Removes the installed features.