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For users who travel or who are not always connected to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2011, Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook with Offline Access provides access to their customer data. To install Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Microsoft Office Outlook with Offline Access in quiet mode:

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Command examples

Setupclient /Q /l c:\clientinstalllog.txt /installofflinecapability

/targetdir "c:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics CRM Client"

To uninstall Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook with Offline Access in quiet mode:

SetupClient /x /q

Parameters

None

Used without parameters, Setupclient.exe will run with all display screens.

installofflinecapability

Determines whether offline capability will be installed. When you include this parameter, offline capability and components will be installed. If you do not specify this parameter, the online-only client will be installed.

/targetdir <"drive:\path">

Specifies the folder in which Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook files will be installed.

/A

Creates an administrative installation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook by creating a Windows Installer package. This package lets users run Setup from a network share or lets nonadministrative users run Setup that is driven from a group policy. This parameter must be used with the /targetdir parameter described earlier. When using this parameter, the /targetdir value does not have to be located on the local computer. A mapped drive or network share, such as \\share\mscrm_client_admin, can be used.

Important

If you do not specify a target folder by using the /targetdir parameter, Setup installs the administrative installation to the default folder <drive:>Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

For example, the command:

Setupclient /Q /A /targetdir "\\share\mscrm_client_admin"

/Q

Quiet mode installation. This parameter requires a configuration file in XML format. The /i parameter contains the name of the XML configuration file. No dialog boxes or error messages will appear on the display screen. To capture error message information, include the log file parameter (/L or /LV).

/L [drive:][[path] logfilename.log]

Creates a log file of installation activity. You must specify the file name of the log file and where to put it, but the path cannot be a relative path, such as %appdata%\CRMLogs.

/LV [drive:][[path] logfilename.log]

Creates a verbose log file of installation activity. You must specify the file name of the log file and where to put it, but the path cannot be a relative path, such as %appdata%\CRMLogs.

disableofflinecapability

When you specify this parameter, Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook is configured to hide the go offline button in the application. This button lets users easily switch to Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook with offline capability.

ignoreofflinequeue

When you specify this parameter, Setup will not attempt to synchronize items that may remain in the offline queue during upgrade.

/X

Uninstalls Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook. This is a maintenance mode option that is only available when the application is already installed.

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