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Pacific City

Base Driver and PROSet II Command Line Install

White Paper

Date:

Abstract

This document describes the command line support of base driver installation and PROSet II installation in Pacific City Releases.  This document is intended primarily for users who install base driver and PROSet from command lines.



Introduction

New Installation Methods

The Pacific City release includes new driver and PROSet II installation methods.  A setup program is developed to install base drivers silently with command line support (SetupBD.exe).  And PROSet II installation is based on Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) service.  There are two MSI packages (PROSet.msi and PROSet64.msi) in the releases that can be used to install PROSet II on 32 bit Operating Systems and 64 bit Operating Systems individually with command line supports.

MSI packages installation requires Windows Installer Service to be installed into system first. Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP32 and Windows XP64 Operating Systems have Windows Installer Service installed by default.  However, Windows Installer Service is required to be installed in Windows 98, Windows 98SE and Windows NT4.0.  A bootstrap program (PROSet.exe) is used to install Windows Installer Service first on Windows 98, 98SE and NT4 and then launch PROSet.msi.


Pacific City 6.0 CD Layout

SetupBD.exe is located in the following directory:
  <CD Root>WINDOWSSETUPCOMPS
  (For example:  E:WindowsSetupCompsSetupBD.exe.)

PROSet.msi and PROSet.exe are located in:
  <CD Root>WindowsPROSet2IA32

PROSet64.msi is located in:
  <CD Root>WindowsPROSet2Itanium

SetupBD.exe depends on the Pacific City CD layout to install the drivers.  PROSet.msi/PROSet64.msi also depends on the CD layout to install Advance Network Service (ANS) correctly (In case of unattended install and web release install, ANS binaries should be copied into same folder of PROSet.msi/PROSet64.msi or the relative CD layout should be kept).  Following is a sketch of the CD layout:

CD Root / Install Image Root:

            WindowsSetupCompsSetupBD.exe

            WindowsSetupComps64SetupBD.exe

            WindowsPROSet2IA32PROSet.msi

            WindowsPROSet2ItaniumPROSet64.msi

            WindowsDriversIA32   (32 bit base drivers and ANS)

            WindowsDriversItanium (64 bit base drivers and ANS)

Base Driver Install Methods

Command Line Support

SETUPBD.EXE command line parameters

/s = silent install with no reboot

/r = force reboot

/u = uninstall

NOTE: /r cannot be used alone; it must be used in conjunction with /s

Examples:

            Setupbd           - installs and/or updates the driver(s) and displays the GUI

                                         with reboot options on Windows NT40 ,Windows 98 and

                                         Windows ME.

            Setupbd /s        - installs and/or updates the driver(s) silently

            Setupbd /s /r     - installs and/or updates the driver(s) silently and forces a reboot

             Setupbd /u        - Users can browse to the Windows/Setup/Comps folder on the CD

                                        and perform a command line uninstall by giving setupbd /u which would uninstall

                                        all the adapters in the system.

 

Other Information

Users can use the “/r” option only for silent install (i.e. with the “/s” option). It is not necessary to use this option for non-silent install mode on Operating Systems like Windows NT40, Windows 98 and Windows ME, since the installer provides options by displaying two buttons “Reboot now” and “Reboot later” or does an automatic reboot 20 seconds after installation if neither button is clicked. 

The Reboot option is not available through command line or through the button options for Operating Systems like Windows 2000, Windows XP32 and Windows XP64, since it is not required to restart the system after installation of drivers.

On Windows NT40 Operating System, the installation of drivers also installs PROSet, NMS and ANS. Users are not required to install PROSet separately after installing the drivers.

PROSet II Installation Methods

New PROSet II Installation Package

As described in the Introduction, PROSet II installation is based on Window Installer Service.  The setup logic of PROSet II and binaries of PROSet II are included in MSI packages (PROSet.msi or PROSet64.msi).  After Windows Installer is installed into the Operating System, msiexec.exe (Windows Installer binary) is copied into the System32 folder on Windows NT4.0, 2000, XP32, XP64.  On Windows 98, 98SE and ME, it is in the System folder.   Msiexec.exe is used to launch MSI packages.  For more information about msiexec.exe, please refer to the Appendix.

In Pacific City Release, PROSet II includes Wireless Components in the 32bit PROSet MSI package (PROSet.msi).  When there is a Wireless Network Driver installed in the system, PROSet will install Wireless Components in Typical Install.  User can force Wireless Components to be installed from command line.

Command Line Install of PROSet II

This section describes how to install PROSet II using PROSet.msi / PROSet64.msi and msiexec.exe from command line.  For more information on msiexec.exe command line parameters, please refer to the Appendix.

Windows Installer is installed by default in these systems, so you can use msiexec.exe under system32 folder to launch PROSet.msi or PROSet64.msi.  For XP64, please use PROSet64.msi which is in the WindowsPROSet2Itanium folder on Pacific City CD.  The following command line descriptions focus on Windows 2000, but it apply to XP32 and XP64 as well.  On Windows XP, there is no wireless support, so the WIRELESS property is invalid on Windows XP.


Msiexec.exe is in System folder by default, if system folder is not in current PATH, then the path name should be prefixed with msiexec.exe. For example:

            C:WINNTSystem32msiexec.exe /i PROSet.msi /qn /liew c:install.log.

Command Line Flags:

/i  :  Install;

/x  : uninstall;

/q[r|n] : silent install. ( “r”, reduced GUI, show progress bar information only; “n”, fully silent.)

/liew:   /l  --- log file flag.   Following are log switches.

“i”  log only status messages;

            “w”  log only non-fatal warnings;

            “e”  log all error messages.

            “a” log the start of all actions.

How to Install or Uninstall PROSet II on Windows 2000, Windows XP32 and Windows XP64

Silent Install / Upgrade Command Line Syntax:

msiexec.exe /i  PROSet.msi /qr /liew  [path]install.log

This will launch a Typical installation: If there is a Wireless NIC in system then the Wireless PROSet Component will be installed along with Wired PROSet. 

By setting the property in the command line, the user can force Wireless Components to be installed even if there is no Wireless NIC in system, for example:

msiexec.exe /i PROSet.msi /qn  WIRELESS=1

User can also prevent the Wireless PROSet Component from being installed by setting WIRELESS=0 in the command line, for example:

msiexec.exe /i PROSet.msi /qn WIRELESS=0

[NOTE: There must be no white space in WIRELESS=1 and WIRELESS=0.]



[NOTE:  In the 64bit package, there is no Wireless PROSet Component.  Users cannot select Wireless Component to be installed.]


Silent Uninstall Command Line Syntax:

msiexec.exe /x  PROSet.msi /qn /liew  [path]uninstall.log

This will uninstall Wired PROSet, and also the Wireless PROSet components if they are installed.

            Use silent flag /qr instead of /qn will show progress bar information.

How to Install or Uninstall PROSet II on Windows 98, Windows 98SE and Windows ME

On Windows 98 and 98SE, Windows Installer is required to be installed before PROSet installation. PROSet.exe is a bootstrap program that will detect if Windows Installer is installed in system and install Windows Installer first if Windows Installer is not available.  InstmsiA.exe is a redistributable of Windows Installer for Windows 98 and 98SE. 

Layout of binaries:

            WindowsPROSet2IA32

                                                PROSet.msi

                                                PROSet.exe

                                                InstmsiA.exe

            WindowsDriversIA32

                                                ANS binaries for Windows 98, 98SE and ME .

                                                (Note:  No need for NoSec Release).

For unattended install or web release, these binaries can be copied into the same folder of PROSet.msi, and then there is no need of drivers folder.  

Command Line Install

1. When you are in the same directory of PROSet.msi :

CMD> PROSet.exe  /qn  /liew  <path to install.log>

This will install PROSet silently and write the log information into install.log. Use /qr instead of /qn will show progress information. For information on /liew, please refer to appendix.

When you install or upgrade PROSet over previous version of PROSet, it requires a reboot.  To suppress the reboot, set REBOOT property to “ReallySuppress” in command line:

CMD> PROSet.exe  /qn REBOOT=ReallySuppress  /liew  <path to install.log>


2. When you launch PROSet.exe from a different location, please specify msi path in command line:

For example, PROSet.exe, PROSet.msi, instmsiA.exe and ANS binaries are in D:Unattend folder, and the current directory is C:, then the command line will be:

CMD> D:UnattendPROSet.exe MsiPath=D:Unattend  /qn  /liew d:unattendinstall.log

Note: MsiPath should be the first parameter always and there should be no white spaces in MsiPath parameter setting.  If the directory has white spaces in path, please use short name of the folders.

3. How to force Wireless Components to be installed from command line:

           

 Add one property setting in command line: WIRELESS=1 (no white space).

For example:

CMD> PROSet.exe  /qn WIRELESS=1 /liew  <path to install.log>

This will force Wireless Component to be installed when there is at least one Intel Network Adapter in System.   When there is no network adapter in system (no Wired Adapter and no Wireless Adapter), then this flag will be invalid, Wireless Component will not be installed.

4. How to force Wireless Components not to be installed even there are Wireless Adapters in system from command line:

            Set WIRELESS=0 in command line. 

           

When you use /qr (reduced GUI, show progress information) flag in command line, if there is a wireless adapter in system, PROSet.msi will install Wireless Components by default.  To prevent Wireless Components to be installed into system, use command line such as:

CMD> PROSet.exe  /qr WIRELESS=0 /liew  <path to install.log>


Command Line Uninstall

1. How to uninstall PROSet II from command line:

First get the path of PROSet.msi in the local system or any other image path when you installed PROSet, then use msiexec.exe to uninstall PROSet II.

For example, assume System folder is C:WindowsSystem, and PROSet.msi is in d:unattend, then the command line will be:

C:WindowsSystemmsiexec.exe /x d:unattendPROSet.msi /qn /liew d:unattenduninstall.log

This will uninstall PROSet II silently and write log information into uninstall.log.  In Windows 98, 98SE and ME, this will require a reboot to remove the cached image of PROSet.msi. To suppress the reboot after uninstall, please set REBOOT property to “ReallySuppress” in the command line. For example:

      C:WindowsSystemmsiexec.exe /x d:unattendPROSet.msi /qn REBOOT=ReallySuppress

This will suppress the reboot after uninstall.  For more reboot required information, please refer to Reboot information section.

Examples - Installing PROSet II Using Pacific City CD

Assume msiexec.exe is under C:WindowsSystem32, and D: is CD drive:          

C:WindowsSystem32msiexec /i d:WindowsPROSet2IA32PROSet.msi /qr /liaew c:msi.log

This will install PROSet II with reduced UI using log file c:msi.log

C:WindowsSystem32msiexec /i d:WindowsPROSet2IA32PROSet.msi /qn /liaew c:msi.log

Installs PROSet II with no UI using log file c:msi.log

On XP64:

           C:WindowsSystem32msiexec /i d:WindowsPROSet2ItaniumPROSet64.msi /qn /liaew c:msi.log

Installs PROSet II with no UI using log file c:msi.log


           C:WindowsSystem32msiexec /x d:WindowsPROSet2ItaniumPROSet64.msi /qn /liaew c:msi.log

Uninstalls PROSet II with no UI using log file c:msiuninst.log


How to Uninstall PROSet II Using Product Code

Uninstall PROSet II on 32 bit OSs:

msiexec /x /qn

Uninstall PROSet II on XP64

msiexec /x /qn

How to Force PROSet II to be Reinstalled/ Repaired from the Command Line


msiexec /famvs  <path to>PROSet.msi /qn

(requires REBOOT to re-cache the msi package onto system)

Reboot information of PROSet Install/Upgrade/Uninstall

For Win2K, XP32, XP64 Operating Systems, no reboot is required in install/upgrade/uninstall.

Reboot information for Wired PROSet:

Operating System

Install

Upgrade

Uninstall

Windows 2000

NO Reboot

NO Reboot

NO Reboot

Windows XP 32 bit

NO Reboot

NO Reboot

NO Reboot

Windows XP 64 bit

NO Reboot

NO Reboot

NO Reboot

Windows 98

NO Reboot

Reboot / can be suppressed

Reboot / can be suppressed

Windows 98SE

NO Reboot

Reboot / can be suppressed

Reboot / can be suppressed

Windows ME

NO Reboot

Reboot / can be suppressed

Reboot / can be suppressed

Reboot information for Wired PROSet + Wireless Component:

Operating System

Install

Upgrade

Uninstall

Windows 2000

NO Reboot

NO Reboot

NO Reboot

Windows 98

Reboot / can

Reboot / can be suppressed

Reboot / can be suppressed

Windows 98SE

Reboot / can

Reboot / can be suppressed

Reboot / can be suppressed

Windows ME

Reboot / can

Reboot / can be suppressed

Reboot / can be suppressed

Appendix - msiexec.exe command line options

Please refer to Microsoft’s web site for the most current information on msiexec.exe command line options:
   http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/msi/app_73eb.asp

NOTE:  Not all command line options Microsoft provides with msiexec.exe have been tested or are necessarily supported for PROSet II installation.

NOTE:  Msiexec also sets an error level on return that corresponds to system error codes:
   http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/debug/errlist_7oz7.asp

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