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From Robert Desbois <robert.desb...@chronos.co.uk>
Subject re[2]: [users@httpd] Configure silent windows [MSI] installation
Date Tue, 11 Oct 2005 15:29:21 GMT
I don't believe it is - I've foudn out all of the syntax from the MSDN site, as far as I can
tell, because it is an MSI file, any configuration must be passed as PARAMETER=VALUE pairs
on the command line, e.g. something like
msiexec /i /qn apache-blah.msi domain=mydomain.com ...

If I am right in thinking this, then the parameters are part of the installer, hence it is
an httpd question. If not, apologies :)

Rob


 Subject : RE: [users@httpd] Configure silent windows [MSI] installation 
Date : Tue, 11 Oct 2005 15:34:00 +0100 
From : "Guenther, Christian" <Christian.Guenther@realtech.com> 
To : <users@httpd.apache.org> 
    
     
     
this is a question for a microsoft msi installer mailinglist - if there is such thing and
you don't need to bye professional support
________________________________
From: Robert Desbois [mailto:robert.desbois@chronos.co.uk]
Sent: Tue 11.10.2005 15:44
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: [users@httpd] Configure silent windows [MSI] installation

Hi,
I wish to bundle Apache 2 into an installer. I would prefer to have the Apache installation
proceed silently (msiexec /qn apache-blah.msi) but cannot find how to configure what options
are chosen during the installation (e.g. network domain, server name, admin email, service
vs. program, etc.)
I found some sites mentioning creating a setup.iss file, but this seems to be useful only
if the msi is compiled into an exe.
Does anybody know how to achieve this, or any alternative method?
Thanks,
Rob

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