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Command-Line Options for Setupsts.exe

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When you install Microsoft, you can use command-line properties and setup options to control how it is installed. For example, to install to work with a remote installation of Microsoft SQL Server, you run Setupsts.exe with the remotesql=yes option to avoid installing Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (Windows) (WMSDE). Then, after the installation, you can specify the SQL Server computer connection information and extend your servers.

The following table lists and explains the properties you can use with the command-line Setup program (Setupsts.exe) for .

Property

Description

remotesql=yes/no

An optional property that specifies whether or not WMSDE is installed with . The default value is no . Set this property to yes if you are going to use an existing or remote installation of Microsoft SQL Server with . For more information, see Remote SQL Server Deployment .

fulluninstall=yes/no

Specifies whether or not to remove from extended virtual servers when performing an uninstall. The default value is yes . It is recommended that you use the Add or remove programs control panel to uninstall . For more information, see Uninstalling Windows SharePoint Services .

provision=yes/no

Specifies whether or not to provision the administrative virtual server, extend the default virtual server, and create a toplevel Web site during installation. The default value is yes . Set this property to no if you want to provision virtual servers later using the Stsadm.exe command-line tool.

Note: The remotesql=yes property also installs without provisioning the default virtual server, but it does provision the administration virtual server.

Not all of the standard setup options for Microsoft Windows Installer programs are supported by . For example, you cannot create an administrative installation point for (performed for other programs by including the /a option). The following table lists and describes the setup options supported by .

Option

Description

datadir="<path>\\"

Specifies where to install WSMDE. Set this property to a path on your local server, for example: datadir="d:\program files\wmsdedata\\". For more information, see Single Server Deployment .

l <path to log file>

Log setup messages to the specified file.

q or qn

Run Setupsts in quiet mode (unattended setup with no user intervention). For more information, see Performing a Quiet Installation .

qb

Run Setupsts in basic mode (limited user intervention). Includes a progress bar.

qf

Run Setupsts in full mode (user must fill in options during setup). This is the default option.

qr

Run Setupsts in reduced mode. Displays reduced UI during installation.

qn+

Run Setupsts in quiet mode (unattended setup with no user intervention). Displays a Setup complete dialog box at the end of the installation.

qb+

Run Setupsts in basic mode (limited user intervention). Includes a progress bar and a Setup complete dialog box at the end of the installation. If you cancel the installation, the dialog box is not displayed.

qb-

Run Setupsts in basic mode (limited user intervention). Does not display a Setup complete dialog box.

x

Uninstall .

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