Las opciones de línea de comandos para el Msiexec.exe de herramienta de Microsoft Windows Installer

Para una versión de Microsoft Windows 2000 de este artículo, consulte 227091 .

Resumen

Este artículo enumeran las opciones de línea de comandos para la herramienta Windows Installer, Msiexec.exe. Msiexec.exe es un programa que interpreta paquetes e instala productos.

Más información

Estas son las opciones de línea de comandos que están disponibles para Msiexec.exe. No se puede ejecutar el programa Msiexec.exe sin especificar al menos una opción.
   Option  Parameters                               Description
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/i Package|ProductCode Installs or configures
a product.

/f [p|o|e|d|c|a|u|m|s|v]Package|ProductCode Repairs a product.

p - Reinstalls a
product only if a
file is missing.

o - Reinstalls a
product if a file
is missing or if an
older version of a file
is installed.

e - Reinstalls a
product if a file
is missing or an equal
or older version of a
file is installed.

d - Reinstalls a
product if a file
is missing or a
different version of
a file is installed.

c - Reinstalls a
product if a file
is missing or if the
stored checksum value
does not match the
calculated value.

a - Forces all files to
be reinstalled.

u - Rewrites all
required user-
specific registry
entries.

m - Rewrites all
required
computer-specific
registry entries.

s - Overwrites all
existing shortcuts.

v - Runs from the
source file and re-
caches the local
package.

/a Package Administrative
installation option.
Installs a product on
the network.

/x Package|ProductCode Uninstalls a product.

/j [u|m]Package Advertises a product.
or [u|m]Package /t Transform Li The property values
or[u|m]Package /g LanguageID used on the command
line are ignored.

u - Advertises a
product to the
current user.

m - Advertises a
product to all users.

g - Language ID.

t - Applies a transform
list to an advertised
package.

/l [i|w|e|a|r|u|c|m|p|v|+|!]Logfile Specifies the log
file path and
indicates the flags
to be logged.

i - Status messages.

w - Non-fatal warnings.

e - All error messages.

a - Startup of actions.

r - Action-specific
records

u - User requests.

c - Initial User
Interface (UI)
parameters

m - Out-of-memory.

p - Terminal
properties.

v - Verbose output.

+ - Appends to the
existing file.

! - Clears each line in
the log file.

"*" - Wildcard.
Logs all information,
but the use of the v
option is not included.
To include the v
option, type "/l*v."

/p Patch/Package Applies a patch. To
apply a patch to an
installed Administrator
image, type the
following options:

/p [PatchPackage]
/a [Package]

/q n|b|r|f Sets the UI level.

q , qn - No UI.

qb - Basic UI.

qr - Reduced UI. A
modal dialog box is
displayed at the end
of the installation.

qf - Full UI. A
modal dialog box is
displayed at the end
of the installation.

qn+ - No UI. However,
a modal dialog box is
displayed at the end
of the installation.

qb+ - Basic UI. A modal
dialog box is displayed
at the end of the
installation. If you
cancel the instal-
lation, a modal dialog
box is not displayed.

qb- - Basic UI with no
modal dialog boxes.
The "/qb+-" switch
is not a supported UI
level.

/y module Calls the system
Application Program-
ming Interface (API)
DllRegisterServer,
which registers
modules that are
typed on the command
line (for example,
"msiexec /y
my_file.dll").

This option is only
used for registry
information that can-
not be added by using
the registry tables of
the .msi file.

/z module Calls the system API
DllUnRegisterServer,
to unregister modules
that are typed on the
command line (for
example, "msiexec /z
my_file.dll").

This option is only
used for registry
information that can-
not be removed by
using the registry
tables of the .msi
file.

Para obtener más información y ejemplos, vea el tema "Opciones de línea de comandos" en la Ayuda de Windows Installer o visite el siguiente sitio Web de Microsoft:

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Id. de artículo: 314881 - Última revisión: 22 ene. 2017 - Revisión: 1

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