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How to Deploy the App-V 5.0 Server Using a Script

Updated: November 1, 2012

Applies To: Application Virtualization 5.0

In order to complete the appv_server_setup.exe Server setup successfully using the command line, you must specify and combine multiple parameters.

To Install the App-V 5.0 server using a script

  1. Use the following tables for more information about installing the App-V 5.0 server using the command line.

    noteNote
    The information in the following tables can also be accessed using the command line by typing the following command: appv_server_setup.exe /?.

    Common parameters and Examples

     

    To Install the Management server and Management database on a local machine.

    To use the default instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER

    • /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_NAME

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_PORT

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    To use a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER

    • /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_NAME

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_PORT

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    Using a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server example:

    /appv_server_setup.exe /QUIET

    /MANAGEMENT_SERVER

    /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT=”Domain\AdminGroup”

    /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_NAME=”Microsoft AppV Management Service”

    /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_PORT=”8080”

    /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT

    /MANAGEMENT_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE=”SqlInstanceName”

    /MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME=”AppVManagement”

     

    To Install the Management server using an existing Management database on a local machine.

    To use the default instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER

    • /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_NAME

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_PORT

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_SQL_SERVER_USE_LOCAL

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    To use a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use these parameters:

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER

    • /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_NAME

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_PORT

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_SQL_SERVER_USE_LOCAL

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    Using a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server example:

    /appv_server_setup.exe /QUIET

    /MANAGEMENT_SERVER

    /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT=”Domain\AdminGroup”

    /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_NAME=”Microsoft AppV Management Service”

    /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_PORT=”8080”

    /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_SQL_SERVER_USE_LOCAL

    /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE =”SqlInstanceName”

    /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME =”AppVManagement”

     

    To install the Management server using an existing Management database on a remote machine.

    To use the default instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER

    • /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_NAME

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_PORT

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_REMOTE_SQL_SERVER_NAME

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    To use a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use these parameters:

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER

    • /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_NAME

    • /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_PORT

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_REMOTE_SQL_SERVER_NAME

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    • /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    Using a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server example:

    /appv_server_setup.exe /QUIET

    /MANAGEMENT_SERVER

    /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT=”Domain\AdminGroup”

    /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_NAME=”Microsoft AppV Management Service”

    /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_PORT=”8080”

    /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_REMOTE_SQL_SERVER_NAME=”SqlServermachine.domainName”

    /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE =”SqlInstanceName”

    /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME =”AppVManagement”

     

    To Install the Management database and the Management Server on the same computer.

    To use the default instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_MACHINE_USE_LOCAL

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT

    To use a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use these parameters:

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_MACHINE_USE_LOCAL

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT

    Using a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server example:

    /appv_server_setup.exe /QUIET

    /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT

    /MANAGEMENT_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE=”SqlInstanceName”

    /MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME=”AppVManagement”

    /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_MACHINE_USE_LOCAL

    /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT=”Domain\InstallAdminAccount”

     

    To install the Management database on a different computer than the Management server.

    To use the default instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    • /MANAGEMENT_REMOTE_SERVER_MACHINE_ACCOUNT

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT

    To use a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use these parameters:

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    • /MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    • /MANAGEMENT_REMOTE_SERVER_MACHINE_ACCOUNT

    • /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT

    Using a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server example:

    /appv_server_setup.exe /QUIET

    /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT

    /MANAGEMENT_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE=”SqlInstanceName”

    /MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME=”AppVManagement”

    /MANAGEMENT_REMOTE_SERVER_MACHINE_ACCOUNT=”Domain\MachineAccount”

    /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT=”Domain\InstallAdminAccount”

     

    To Install the publishing server.

    To use the default instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /PUBLISHING_SERVER

    • /PUBLISHING_MGT_SERVER

    • /PUBLISHING_WEBSITE_NAME

    • /PUBLISHING_WEBSITE_PORT

    Using a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server example:

    /appv_server_setup.exe /QUIET

    /PUBLISHING_SERVER

    /PUBLISHING_MGT_SERVER=”http://ManagementServerName:ManagementPort”

    /PUBLISHING_WEBSITE_NAME=”Microsoft AppV Publishing Service”

    /PUBLISHING_WEBSITE_PORT=”8081”

     

    To Install the Reporting server and Reporting database on a local machine.

    To use the default instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /REPORTING _SERVER

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_NAME

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_PORT

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_REPORTING

    • /REPORTING _DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    • /REPORTING _DB_NAME

    To use a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use these parameters:

    • /REPORTING _SERVER

    • /REPORTING _ADMINACCOUNT

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_NAME

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_PORT

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_REPORTING

    • /REPORTING _DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    • /REPORTING _DB_NAME

    Using a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server example:

    • /appv_server_setup.exe /QUIET

    • /REPORTING_SERVER

    • /REPORTING_WEBSITE_NAME=”Microsoft AppV Reporting Service”

    • /REPORTING_WEBSITE_PORT=”8082”

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_REPORTING

    • /REPORTING_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE=”SqlInstanceName”

    • /REPORTING_DB_NAME=”AppVReporting”

     

    To Install the Reporting server and using an existing Reporting database on a local machine.

    To use the default instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /REPORTING _SERVER

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_NAME

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_PORT

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING_DB_SQL_SERVER_USE_LOCAL

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING _DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING _DB_NAME

    To use a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use these parameters:

    • /REPORTING _SERVER

    • /REPORTING _ADMINACCOUNT

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_NAME

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_PORT

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING_DB_SQL_SERVER_USE_LOCAL

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING _DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING _DB_NAME

    Using a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server example:

    /appv_server_setup.exe /QUIET

    /REPORTING_SERVER

    /REPORTING_WEBSITE_NAME=”Microsoft AppV Reporting Service”

    /REPORTING_WEBSITE_PORT=”8082”

    /EXISTING_REPORTING_DB_SQL_SERVER_USE_LOCAL

    /EXISTING_REPORTING _DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE=”SqlInstanceName”

    /EXITING_REPORTING_DB_NAME=”AppVReporting”

     

    To Install the Reporting server using an existing Reporting database on a remote machine.

    To use the default instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /REPORTING _SERVER

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_NAME

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_PORT

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING_DB_REMOTE_SQL_SERVER_NAME

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING _DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING _DB_NAME

    To use a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use these parameters:

    • /REPORTING _SERVER

    • /REPORTING _ADMINACCOUNT

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_NAME

    • /REPORTING _WEBSITE_PORT

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING_DB_REMOTE_SQL_SERVER_NAME

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING _DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    • /EXISTING_REPORTING _DB_NAME

    Using a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server example:

    /appv_server_setup.exe /QUIET

    /REPORTING_SERVER

    /REPORTING_WEBSITE_NAME=”Microsoft AppV Reporting Service”

    /REPORTING_WEBSITE_PORT=”8082”

    /EXISTING_REPORTING_DB_REMOTE_SQL_SERVER_NAME=”SqlServerMachine.DomainName”

    /EXISTING_REPORTING _DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE=”SqlInstanceName”

    /EXITING_REPORTING_DB_NAME=”AppVReporting”

     

    To install the Reporting database on the same computer as the Reporting server.

    To use the default instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_REPORTING

    • /REPORTING _DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    • /REPORTING _DB_NAME

    • /REPORTING_SERVER_MACHINE_USE_LOCAL

    • /REPORTING_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT

    To use a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use these parameters:

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_REPORTING

    • /REPORTING _DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    • /REPORTING _DB_NAME

    • /REPORTING_SERVER_MACHINE_USE_LOCAL

    • /REPORTING_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT

    Using a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server example:

    /appv_server_setup.exe /QUIET

    /DB_PREDEPLOY_REPORTING

    /REPORTING_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE=”SqlInstanceName”

    /REPORTING_DB_NAME=”AppVReporting”

    /REPORTING_SERVER_MACHINE_USE_LOCAL

    /REPORTING_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT=”Domain\InstallAdminAccount”

     

    To install the Reporting database on a different computer than the Reporting server.

    To use the default instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use the following parameters:

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_REPORTING

    • /REPORTING _DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    • /REPORTING _DB_NAME

    • /REPORTING_REMOTE_SERVER_MACHINE_ACCOUNT

    • /REPORTING_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT

    To use a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server, use these parameters:

    • /DB_PREDEPLOY_REPORTING

    • /REPORTING _DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    • /REPORTING _DB_NAME

    • /REPORTING_REMOTE_SERVER_MACHINE_ACCOUNT

    • /REPORTING_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT

    Using a custom instance of Microsoft SQL Server example:

    /appv_server_setup.exe /QUIET

    /DB_PREDEPLOY_REPORTING

    /REPORTING_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE=”SqlInstanceName”

    /REPORTING_DB_NAME=”AppVReporting”

    /REPORTING_REMOTE_SERVER_MACHINE_ACCOUNT=”Domain\MachineAccount”

    /REPORTING_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT=”Domain\InstallAdminAccount”

    Parameter Definitions

    General Parameters

     

    Parameter Information

    /QUIET

    Specifies silent install.

    /UNINSTALL

    Specifies an uninstall.

    /LAYOUT

    Specifies layout action. This extracts the MSIs and script files to a folder without actually installing the product. No value is expected.

    /LAYOUTDIR

    Specifies the layout directory. Takes a string. For example, /LAYOUTDIR=”C:\Application Virtualization Server”

    /INSTALLDIR

    Specifies the installation directory. Takes a string. E.g. /INSTALLDIR=”C:\Program Files\Application Virtualization\Server”

    /MUOPTIN

    Enables Microsoft Update. No value is expected

    /ACCEPTEULA

    Accepts the license agreement. This is required for an unattended installation. Example usage: /ACCEPTEULA or /ACCEPTEULA=1.

    Management Server Installation Parameters

     

    Parameter Information

    /MANAGEMENT_SERVER

    Specifies that the management server will be installed. No value is expected

    /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT

    Specifies the account that will be allowed to Administrator access to the management server This account can be an individual user account or a group. Example usage: /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT=”mydomain\admin”. If /MANAGEMENT_SERVER is not specified, this will be ignored. Specifies the account that will be allowed to Administrator access to the management server. This can be a user account or a group. For example, /MANAGEMENT_ADMINACCOUNT="mydomain\admin".

    /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_NAME

    Specifies name of the website that will be created for the management service. For example, /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_NAME=”Microsoft App-V Management Service”

    MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_PORT

    Specifies the port number that will be used by the management service will use. For example, /MANAGEMENT_WEBSITE_PORT=82.

    Parameters for the Management Server Database

     

    Parameter Information

    /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT

    Specifies that the management database will be installed. You must have sufficient database permissions to complete this installation. No value is expected

    /MANAGEMENT_DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    Indicates that the default SQL instance should be used. No value is expected.

    /MANAGEMENT_DB_ CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    Specifies the name of the custom SQL instance that should be used to create a new database. Example usage: /MANAGEMENT_DB_ CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE=”MYSQLSERVER”. If /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT is not specified, this will be ignored.

    /MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    Specifies the name of the new management database that should be created. Example usage: /MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME=”AppVMgmtDB”. If /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT is not specified, this will be ignored.

    /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_MACHINE_USE_LOCAL

    Indicates if the management server that will be accessing the database is installed on the local server. Switch parameter so no value is expected.

    /MANAGEMENT_REMOTE_SERVER_MACHINE_ACCOUNT

    Specifies the machine account of the remote machine that the management server will be installed on. Example usage: /MANAGEMENT_REMOTE_SERVER_MACHINE_ACCOUNT=”domain\computername”

    /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT

    Indicates the Administrator account that will be used to install the management server. Example usage: /MANAGEMENT_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT =”domain\alias”

    Parameters for Installing Publishing Server

     

    Parameter Information

    /PUBLISHING_SERVER

    Specifies that the Publishing Server will be installed. No value is expected

    /PUBLISHING_MGT_SERVER

    Specifies the URL to Management Service the Publishing server will connect to. Example usage: http://<management server name>:<Management server port number>. If /PUBLISHING_SERVER is not used, this parameter will be ignored

    /PUBLISHING_WEBSITE_NAME

    Specifies name of the website that will be created for the publishing service. For example, /PUBLISHING_WEBSITE_NAME=”Microsoft App-V Publishing Service”

    /PUBLISHING_WEBSITE_PORT

    Specifies the port number used by the publishing service. For example, /PUBLISHING_WEBSITE_PORT=83

    Parameters for Reporting Server

     

    Parameter Information

    /REPORTING_SERVER

    Specifies that the Reporting Server will be installed. No value is expected

    /REPORTING_WEBSITE_NAME

    Specifies name of the website that will be created for the Reporting Service. E.g. /REPORTING_WEBSITE_NAME="Microsoft App-V ReportingService"

    /REPORTING_WEBSITE_PORT

    Specifies the port number that the Reporting Service will use. E.g. /REPORTING_WEBSITE_PORT=82

    Parameters for using an Existing Reporting Server Database

     

    Parameter Information

    /EXISTING_REPORTING_DB_SQL_SERVER_USE_LOCAL

    Indicates that the Microsoft SQL Server is installed on the local server. Switch parameter so no value is expected.

    /EXISTING_REPORTING_DB_REMOTE_SQL_SERVER_NAME

    Specifies the name of the remote computer that SQL Server is installed on. Takes a string. E.g. /EXISTING_REPORTING_DB_ REMOTE_SQL_SERVER_NAME="mycomputer1"

    /EXISTING_ REPORTING _DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    Indicates that the default SQL instance is to be used. Switch parameter so no value is expected.

    /EXISTING_ REPORTING_DB_CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    Specifies the name of the custom SQL instance that should be used. Takes a string. E.g. /EXISTING_REPORTING_DB_ CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE="MYSQLSERVER"

    /EXISTING_ REPORTING _DB_NAME

    Specifies the name of the existing Reporting database that should be used. Takes a string. E.g. /EXISITING_REPORTING_DB_NAME="AppVReporting"

    Parameters for installing Reporting Server Database

     

    Parameter Information

    /DB_PREDEPLOY_REPORTING

    Specifies that the Reporting Database will be installed. DBA permissions are required for this installation. No value is expected

    /REPORTING_DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    Specifies the name of the custom SQL instance that should be used. Takes a string. E.g. /REPORTING_DB_ CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE="MYSQLSERVER"

    /REPORTING_DB_NAME

    Specifies the name of the new Reporting database that should be created. Takes a string. E.g. /REPORTING_DB_NAME="AppVMgmtDB"

    /REPORTING_SERVER_MACHINE_USE_LOCAL

    Indicates that the Reporting server that will be accessing the database is installed on the local server. Switch parameter so no value is expected.

    /REPORTING_REMOTE_SERVER_MACHINE_ACCOUNT

    Specifies the machine account of the remote machine that the Reporting server will be installed on. Takes a string. E.g. /REPORTING_REMOTE_SERVER_MACHINE_ACCOUNT = "domain\computername"

    /REPORTING_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT

    Indicates the Administrator account that will be used to install the App-V Reporting Server. Takes a string. E.g. /REPORTING_SERVER_INSTALL_ADMIN_ACCOUNT = "domain\alias"

    Parameters for using an existing Management Server Database

     

    Parameter Information

    /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_SQL_SERVER_USE_LOCAL

    Indicates that the SQL Server is installed on the local server. Switch parameter so no value is expected.If /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT is specified, this will be ignored.

    /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_REMOTE_SQL_SERVER_NAME

    Specifies the name of the remote computer that SQL Server is installed on. Takes a string. E.g. /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_ REMOTE_SQL_SERVER_NAME="mycomputer1"

    /EXISTING_ MANAGEMENT_DB_SQLINSTANCE_USE_DEFAULT

    Indicates that the default SQL instance is to be used. Switch parameter so no value is expected. If /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT is specified, this will be ignored.

    /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_ CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE

    Specifies the name of the custom SQL instance that will be used. Example usage /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_ CUSTOM_SQLINSTANCE=”AppVManagement”. If /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT is specified, this will be ignored.

    /EXISTING_MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME

    Specifies the name of the existing management database that should be used. Example usage: /EXISITING_MANAGEMENT_DB_NAME=”AppVMgmtDB”. If /DB_PREDEPLOY_MANAGEMENT is specified, this will be ignored.

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