This option determines how Setup handles system restarts at the end of the installation or removal process. To pass arguments to the. Each of these options is explained in detail below. InstallScript Specifies that a self-extracting package's files should not be run but simply extracted to the location that is specified by. Response files are created by running Setup. The switch is as follows: setup. I can see nothing in the install log that indicates a problem.
To do so, use the following syntax. See for more information about installation types. This is the default option. See the Languages option in the documentation for the details of this selection process. Like predefined command-line parameters, you can pass custom arguments directly to Setup.
However, changing the run mode after InstallMate has started should be done with great care or it may lead to unpredictable results. Use this option if you are launching the installation from a Web page manually. . Thanks in advance, Michael Thank you Prajith for the link. Because the path to the log file is a long path, you need to use quotes.
This is indicated by an exit code of 12 Reboot required; see below. The installer uses the values and options that you enter in the command line to interpret installation choices and setup options that are specific to the View component. In an interactive installation, the View installer displays custom setup options to select. Re-installs your application unchanged, usually to repair a damaged installation. If a path within a parameter contains spaces, you may need to use quotation marks within quotation marks, as in the following example: Setup. All switches can be used with either installer. Note: Using the -delayedstart option is recommended when manually launching an additional installation after reboot for example, by using the RunOnce key.
Resumes a partially completed installation. To run a password-protected setup silently, enter the following statement at the command line: Setup. You may specify mask in decimal or hexadecimal; in the latter case, you must prefix it with 0x. Note: This option is ignored by new installations, which always run as Installer. Specifying the Windows Installer Engine Location from the Command Line From the command line, you can specify the location of the Windows Installer engine to download for Web-deployable installations. New installation A new installation is any installer that runs from the self-extracting package that is created by InstallMate Builder's Build command, even if the same product is already installed on the target system. It's been awhile but it'll show you how it's being invoked.
After the installation is finished, the log is complete. This might result in some text being replaced by??? This is equivalent to specifying the package option. It follows the same script logic as the regular installation. You can use this option to record custom features that might apply uniquely to your installation. For new installations, this variable is set automatically to the folder that contains the original distribution package; existing installations reuse the most recently used path, unless you override it with this command line option. Whenever you use this option and include a valid InstanceId value, the installation suppresses the instance selection dialog. A typical command is as follows: Setup.
In most cases, the end user has the option to advertise features in the Custom Setup dialog. Setup installation location: After installation, the InstallMate installation program and its auxiliary files are installed on the target system in. The current reboot mode is available and may be set through the variable. As the installation proceeds, the wizard pages are displayed, but you cannot respond to them. In that case, Setup automatically registers itself to run in Registrar mode after the next system reboot.