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Installing Device Manager 2011 Using a Command Line

5/4/2012

This section provides instructions for installing and upgrading Device Manager 2011 server by using a command line.

The following table shows the installer and the upgrade installer file names for each supported language.

Language Installer file name Upgrade installer file name

English

WEDMSvr_SP_ENU.msi

WEDMSvrUpgrade_SP_ENU.msi

French

WEDMSvr_SP_FRA.msi

WEDMSvrUpgrade_SP_FRA.msi

German

WEDMSvr_SP_DEU.msi

WEDMSvrUpgrade_SP_DEU.msi

Japanese

WEDMSvr_SP_JPN.msi

WEDMSvrUpgrade_SP_JPN.msi

Russian

WEDMSvr_SP_RUS.msi

WEDMSvrUpgrade_SP_RUS.msi

Simplified Chinese

WEDMSvr_SP_CHS.msi

WEDMSvrUpgrade_SP_CHS.msi

To install all or just some of the Device Manager 2011 server components, use the inipath option of msiexec.exe to refer to a custom setup initialization file (.ini file). Set a parameter to 1 or leave it blank to install the corresponding component. If you don’t want to install the component, set the corresponding parameter to 0.

To turn off device collections, use the inipath option disableautomaticcollections. This stops Device Manager 2011 from automatically creating device collections. By default, this option is set to 0, which enables Device Manager 2011 to automatically generate collections.

Hh709713.note(en-us,TechNet.10).gifImportant:
You must make this selection for each site server on which you install or upgrade Device Manager 2011 server.

The following table shows the parameters in the .ini file.

Parameter Description

InstallServercore

Specifies the installation options for the Server Core Components component.

InstallConsole

Specifies the installation options for the Configuration Manager Console Add-in component.

InstallImagingService

Specifies the installation options for the Device Imaging service component.

disableautomaticcollections

Specifies whether device collections are turned on or off.

SiteServer

Specifies the name of the site server.

Use the following procedure to install or upgrade Device Manager 2011 server with all components by using a command line.

  1. Close the Configuration Manager console.

  2. At an elevated command prompt, type the following command:

    msiexec /i <file name> inipath=<ini file path> uname=<username> passcode=<password> confirmpasscode=<password> domain=<DomainName>/lv <Logfilename> /qn

    For the file name value, select the appropriate installer or upgrade installer file name for the language that you want to install from the table at the beginning of this section.

  3. Press ENTER.

    In this example, the Setup.ini file contains the following parameter settings:

    • InstallServercore =
    • InstallConsole =
    • InstallImagingService =
    • disableautomaticcollections =
    • SiteServer = <site server computer name>

Use the following procedure to install or upgrade Device Manager 2011 server with selected components. In the following procedure, the Device Imaging service component is used as an example.

  1. Close the Configuration Manager console.

  2. At an elevated command prompt, type the following command to install Device Manager 2011 server with the Device Imaging service component:

    msiexec /i <file name> inipath=<ini file path> uname=<username> passcode=<password> confirmpasscode=<password> domain=<DomainName>/lv <Logfilename> /qn

    For the file name value, select the appropriate installer or upgrade installer file name for the language that you want to install from the table at the beginning of this section.

  3. Press ENTER.

    In this example, the Setup.ini file contains the following parameter settings to install the Server Core Components and the Device Imaging service:

    • InstallServercore = 1
    • InstallConsole = 0
    • InstallImagingService = 1
    • disableautomaticcollections =
    • SiteServer = <site server computer name>
    Hh709713.note(en-us,TechNet.10).gifImportant:
    Device Imaging service must be installed on the computer that has the Device Manager 2011 Server Core Components installed.
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