You can install App Volumes agent silently using the Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI).
You perform a silent install using the command line and you do not need to use the App Volumes installer. You can also upgrade the agent silently. See Upgrade App Volumes Agent Silently.
For App Volumes agent to validate the App Volumes Manager certificate, you can use the EnforceSSLCertificateValidation parameter.
EnforceSSLCertificateValidation has two values:
1. By default, the value of this parameter is
1- Certificate validation is activated
0- Certificate validation is deactivated
- Ensure that you have installed the App Volumes Manager and you have the host IP address and port number.
- Verify that your environment meets the system requirements.
See System Requirements.
- Verify that your account has local administrator privileges on the target computer.
- Install the latest Windows Update on the target computer and subsequently deactivate the Update.
When you have application packages or Writable Volumes and the Windows Update is not deactivated on the target computer, the system volume or the Writable Volumes might get corrupted.
- If you intend to use this virtual machine as a packaging computer, create a clean snapshot or take a backup of this machine. Revert to this snapshot or back up before you package new Application Packages.
- Open a Windows command prompt on your machine.
- In the command prompt, access the App Volumes Agent.msi file location.
- To install the agent, use the following command:
Option Description App Volumes 4 Update 1 and later msiexec.exe /i "App Volumes Agent.msi" /qn MANAGER_ADDR=<Manager_FQDN/IP> MANAGER_PORT=<port> EnforceSSLCertificateValidation=<0or1>Note: EnforceSSLCertificateValidation is an optional parameter. App Volumes 4 msiexec.exe /i "App Volumes Agent.msi" /qn MANAGER_ADDR=<Manager_FQDN/IP> MANAGER_PORT=<port> EnforceSSLCertificateValidation=<0or1>Note: All parameters are mandatory.