Either a dash (-) or forward slash (/) may be used to introduce options.
All option switches are case insensitive. /S and /s are equivalent.
All options with arguments assume a single string with no spaces following. If the arguments contain spaces then they will need to be quoted. E.g. “/AC:\Program Files\Paul Bunyan\response.txt”.
A valid command line consists of no switches, any single listed switch other than /S, or /S accompanied by one of the other listed switches. All switches other than /S are mutually exclusive.
Any unrecognized option will cause setup to abort.
If any of these switches is specified, the wizard dialog will not be displayed.
Combining /S with another switch suppresses any message boxes during installation. Errors, etc. will be reported to the application event log. See the Notifications and Errors appendix in the main help file for explanation of potential errors.
/A can be used with a response filename to provide options. If /A is used alone, the installation will use default values for all parameters.
License keys consist of a sequence of valid hexadecimal characters (A-F, a-f, 0-9). Any non-hex characters are ignored and can be used for spacing. Thus "/LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA" and "/Laaaa–aaaa–aaaa–aaaa" are equivalent.