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Installing MED-V from the Command Line

Updated: September 25, 2009

Applies To: Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization

A newer version of the Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) documentation library is now available. To view the most recent MED-V documentation library, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=167079.

To install MED-V from the command line

  • From the command line, run the MED-V .msi package followed by any of the optional parameters described in the following table.

  • The MED-V .msi package is called MED-V_x.msi, where x is the version number.

    For example, MED-V_1.0.65.msi.

 

Parameter Value Description

/quiet

Silent installation

/log <full path to log file>

The full path to the log file.

INSTALLDIR

The full path to the installation directory.

VMSFOLDER

The full path to the virtual machine folder.

INSTALL_ADMIN_TOOLS

1,0

Default: 0

Installs MED-V administration tools.

START_AUTOMATICALLY

1,0

Default: 0

Automatically starts MED-V client every time the user logs on to Windows.

SERVER_ADDRESS

host name or IP

SERVER_PORT

port

SERVER_SSL

1,0

for https or http

START_MEDV

1,0

Default: 1

Starts MED-V at the completion of the MED-V installation.

noteNote
It is recommended to set START_MEDV=0 in case MED-V is installed by the system.

DESKTOP_SHORTCUT

1,0

Default: 1

Creates a shortcut on the desktop, which starts MED-V client.

MINIMAL_RAM_REQUIRED

RAM in MB

When installing MED-V, checks whether the computer has the minimum amount of RAM specified. If not, installation is aborted.

SKIP_OS_CHECK

1,0

Omits the operating system validation.

 
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