You can use the Setup program command line to install Reflection from the distribution image, or from an administrative installation image. You can also include command-line options in a batch file to preset installation parameters, and limit user interaction while Reflection is installing. You can even suppress installation dialog boxes to provide an unattended installation.
In addition, you can use command-line options to prepare Reflection for installation by users. In general, any of the MSI command-line options can be used from the Setup program command line.
At the command prompt or the setup.exe file resides, and do one of the following:menu command, change to the directory in which the
To create an administrative installation image, type:
setup.exe /install /admin TARGETDIR= path
where path is the path to the administrative installation image on the server.
To install to a workstation with typical settings, type:
setup.exe /install INSTALLDIR= path
where path is the path to the installation directory (INSTALLDIR=path is optional).
NOTE:To view a list of the command-line options for customizing installations, change to the directory in which the setup.exe file resides and enter:
At the command prompt or Start menu Run command, change to the directory in which the msi file resides and enter:
msiexec.exe /i installation_file_name.msi
For example, to install Reflection for Secure IT Client for Windows Version 7.2, the command is:
msiexec.exe /i rsshc720 . msi