When performing a silent installation, specific program options are required to run the Security Center Installer.
The syntax for running the setup in silent mode is:
<setup_exe> <setup_options> <msi_options>
- This is the setup program for the Security
Center Installer. You can either use
the standalone version ("Security Center Setup.exe" found in
the SC Packages folder) or the web version
Do not use setup.exe found in the root folder of the installation package. It is an AutoRun-enabled version of the standalone installer, and as such, it does not accept command line arguments.
- These are the setup options. They all start with a forward slash (/).
- These are the Installer (MSI) options. They are all written in capital letters.
The following table lists the setup options.
|/ISInstallDir||Specifies the root folder where the product subfolder (Genetec
Security Center 5.7) will be
NOTE: In the second example, the (") are required because the value contains spaces. If not specified, the default is <ProgramFiles>, where <ProgramFiles> is either %PROGRAMFILES% or %PROGRAMFILES(X86)%, depending on the version of your operating system.
|/ISFeatureInstall||Specifies the features to be installed. The possible values are:
|/silent||Sets the Security Center setup.exe program to run in silent mode with no user interaction.|
|/debuglog<FilePath>||Enables the creation of the installation log file and specifies the file
NOTE: The folder path specified in <FilePath> must exist. The setup program will not create it.
|/log<FolderPath>||Enables the creation of the MSI log files and specifies the folder
NOTE: The <FolderPath> must exist. The setup program will not create it.
|/language:||Sets the language used by the installation program. Immediately precedes
the four-digit language code. No space is allowed.
|<msi_options>||Sets the Security
Installer (MSI) option list.
Each option in the list uses the following syntax: <option>=<value_list> where <option> is an option name, and <value_list> is a list of comma seperated values. No space is allowed on either side of the equal sign (=). If the value list must contain spaces, the entire value list must be included between a pair of double quotes preceded by a backslash (\").