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This article contains information about the command-line options that you can use to install Microsoft TechNet products at a command prompt. By using these options, you can do the following:
Silently install TechNetTo silently install TechNet products, use the /q command-line option or the /qn command-line option. At a command prompt, run either of the following commands to silently install TechNet products:
setup.exe /q /L*v "C:\TechNet.log"Note /L*v indicates that all typical information, including verbose output, is logged to the log file. However, the logged information does not include extra debugging information. You can only log the extra debugging information on a computer running Windows Server 2003.
To log the extra debugging information on a computer running Windows Server 2003, run the following command at a command prompt:
setup.exe /q /L*vx "C:\TechNet.log"
Change the location where TechNet will be installedTo change the location where TechNet will be installed, use the INSTALLPATH property, followed by the full directory path of the location where you want to install the TechNet product. For example, run the following command at a command prompt to install TechNet to C:\TestInstall:
Change the Installation Type from Typical to Full or CustomTo change the Installation Type from Typical to Full or Custom, use the ADDLOCAL property. For example:
Summary of common command-line options that are used togetherNote When you use the /q command-line option to perform a silent install, Microsoft recommends that you use the /L*v command-line option that is described earlier in this article.
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Note Feature is the type of feature that you want to install (as described earlier in this article).
For more information, click the following article numbers to view the articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/227091/ )Command-line switches for the Microsoft Windows Installer tool
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(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314881/ )The command-line options for the Microsoft Windows Installer tool Msiexec.exe
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Article ID: 818418 - Last Review: March 27, 2007 - Revision: 3.3
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