Automate installation on Windows
You can streamline the installation of PaperCut NG/MF or a particular PaperCut NG/MF component for automating deployment. For example, when installing on many secondary print servers, or installing the User ClientThe User Client tool is an add-on that resides on a user's desktop. It allows users to view their current account balance via a popup window, provides users with the opportunity to confirm what they are about to print, allows users to select shared accounts via a popup, if administrators have granted access to this feature, and displays system messages, such as the "low credit" warning message or print policy popups. locally on many desktops (although the recommended installation procedure is the "zero install" strategy - see User Client).
The installer command-line options provide the ability to pre-select the installer options; there is no need to click through them when installing. The options in the table below are valid for the Windows installers having those options available for PaperCut NG/MF (the main installer), the User Client and the card wizardThe Card Wizard is a Microsoft Windows application that integrates with Microsoft Word used to create Top-up/Prepaid cards..
|/SILENT or /VERYSILENT||
Instructs the installer to be either:
If any errors are encountered, the error messages are still displayed with either option.
To run a completely silent installation, run this switch in conjunction with /VERYSILENT. This will hide any message boxes displayed during the installation process.
|/DIR="x:\dirname"||Overrides the default installation directory. Use this to install PaperCut NG/MF to a different directory than the default.|
Selects the install type/options:
|/GROUP="folder name"||Overrides the default Start menu group / folder into which PaperCut NG/MF is installed.|
|/NOICONS||Disables the creation of a Start menu group / folder.|
Specifies the language to use during installation. By default this is automatically
detected based on your language settings, but can be overridden by specifying a
language. The available languages are: