The following information lists the command‐line options for HEAT.exe. You can set one or more
properties on the command line after any switches.
The /q option sets the user‐interface level in conjunction with the following parameters:
» q, qn ‐ No user interface.
» qb ‐ Basic user interface
» qr ‐ Reduced user interface with a modal dialog box displayed at the end of the
» qf ‐ Full user interface with a modal dialog box displayed at the end of the installation.
» qn+ ‐ No user interface except for a modal dialog box displayed at the end of the
» qb+ ‐ Basic user interface with a modal dialog box displayed at the end of the installation.
• /a Package Creates an image, as referred to an administrative image, that is installed on the network.
Refer to "Unattended End‐User Installation" on page 23.
• /s Silent Mode
The command HEAT.exe /s runs the installation in silent mode. The command HEAT.exe /s also suppresses the HEAT.exe initialization window for a Basic MSI installation program (HEAT installation utilizes InstallShield and MSI technology), but it does not read a response file.
To run a Basic MSI product silently, run the command line HEAT.exe /s /v"/qn" (to specify the values of public properties for a silent Basic MSI installation, you can use a command such as HEAT.exe /s /v"/qn INSTALLDIR=D:\Destination").
Note: For some newer operating systems, you may need to use /silent.
• /v Pass arguments to msiexec Used to pass command‐line options and values of public properties through to msiexec.exe
(a Microsoft program that interprets packages and installs products).