When you install Reflection X Advantage on Windows, some features are installed using associated installers that run automatically as needed.
Note: If you install from a command line using setup.exe, prerequisite packages are installed automatically. If you install using msiexec.exe, prerequisite packages are not installed automatically. For details, see Install from the Command Line.
Java JRE Installation
All Reflection X Advantage features require Java, and the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) feature is selected by default. When this feature is selected, the associated installer installs a JRE that is correctly configured to fully support all Reflection X Advantage features. Attachmate will supply updated Java installation packages as needed to provide customers with Java security updates. These packages can be downloaded and applied independently of any updates you apply to the main installer package. The Attachmate JRE is uninstalled automatically when you uninstall Reflection X Advantage.
It is also possible to configure Reflection X Advantage to use a different JRE. For details about how to configure a non-default JRE, see Changing the JRE.
Note: The Attachmate Java installer adds a separate entry in the Windows Programs and Features Control Panel. Uninstalling the Attachmate Reflection program automatically uninstalls the Attachmate Java entry if it is no longer being used by any application. If you uninstall using an msiexec command line, you need to uninstall the Java program as a separate step.
Microsoft .NET 4 Installation
All Reflection Workspace features require Microsoft .NET 4 to be installed on your system. If it is not on your system and you install Reflection X 2014 or Reflection Pro 2014 using the defaults (or include any Reflection Workspace features), Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Setup program is installed and started after the Reflection X Advantage installation completes. You must accept the Microsoft license agreement to complete this installation.
Microsoft .NET is a shared component and is not uninstalled when you uninstall Reflection. To uninstall Microsoft .NET, use the Windows Programs and Features Control Panel and uninstall each of the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 items.
If you are an administrator, you can use Attachmate Customization Tool to configure a silent install that includes the Microsoft .NET installation without displaying the Microsoft .NET Setup user interface. If you create a transform that sets the user interface level to None, the Microsoft .NET Setup user interface is not displayed. If the user interface level is either Basic or Full, the Microsoft .NET setup user interface is displayed.
Visual Basic for Applications Installation
The Visual Basic for Applications feature is available with the Reflection Workspace emulators. Installations that include this feature install Microsoft VBA 6.5. Visual Basic for Applications is a shared component and is not uninstalled when you uninstall Reflection X Advantage.