You can install an End Point Operations Management agent on a Windows machine using silent or very silent installation.

Silent and very silent installations are performed from a command line interface using a setup installer executable file.

Verify that you do not have any End Point Operations Management or vRealize Hyperic agent installed on your environment before running the agent Windows installer.

Use the following parameters to set up the installation process. For more information about these parameters, see Specify the End Point Operations Management Agent Setup Properties.
Caution: The parameters that you specify for the Windows installer are passed to the agent configuration without validation. If you provide an incorrect IP address or user credentials, the End Point Operations Management agent cannot start.
Table 1. Silent Command Line Installer Parameters
Parameter Value Mandatory/Optional Comments
-serverAddress FQDN/iP address Mandatory FQDN or IP address of the vRealize Operations Manager server.
-username string Mandatory
-securePort number Optional Default is 443
-password string Mandatory
-serverCertificateThumbprint string Mandatory The vRealize Operations Manager server certificate thumbprint. You must enclose the certificate thumbprint in opening and closing quotation marks, for example, -serverCertificateThumbprint "31:32:FA:1F:FD:78:1E:D8:9A:15:32:85:D7:FE:54:49:0A:1D:9F:6D" .

Parameters are available to define various other attributes for the installation process.

Table 2. Additional Silent Command Line Installer Parameters
Parameter Default Value Comments
/DIR C:\ep-agent Specifies the installation path. You cannot use spaces in the installation path, and you must connect the /DIR command and the installation path with an equal sign, for example, /DIR=C:\ep-agent.
/SILENT none Specifies that the installation is to be silent. In a silent installation, only the progress window appears.
/VERYSILENT none Specifies that the installation is to be very silent. In a very silent installation, the progress window does not appear, however installation error messages are displayed, as is the startup prompt if you did not disable it.