To install SyncBackPro without any prompts or messages on the screen use the /verysilent command line parameter with the installation executable, e.g.:
It is important that it is the first command line parameter.
WARNING: When using a silent installation, no prompting can be done. Therefore, if the installer cannot replace a file because it is being used, then it will replace it on reboot. If it needs to reboot to replace the file then it will immediately reboot, without prompting, once the installation is complete. To stop it rebooting use /NORESTART:
SyncBackSE_Setup.exe /verysilent /norestart
You may also want to use /CloseApplications or /ForceCloseApplications (see below).
You should also bear in mind that if you disable prompting, it is assumed you tacitly agree to those prompts that would normally be displayed (for example, our terms & conditions) and/or that you are aware of the issues that would normally be mentioned. If in doubt, you should manually install a test instance first and satisfy yourself there are no contentious issues.
/language="language_code" : You can specify which language the program should use when run. This is a two-character language and is the same as shown in burger menu -> Language. For example, to use French: SyncBackSE_Setup.exe /language="FR"
/SN="serial_number" : The serial number to use. For example: SyncBackPro_Setup.exe /SN="XXXXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX"
/SettingsFolder="folder" : This can be used to specify the folder to use to get settings and profiles settings from, e.g. /SettingsFolder="C:\My Folder\"
/Counter="value" : Set to 1 to not be prompted about visiting introduction web page, e.g. /Counter="1"
/UpdCheckDays="days" : The number of days between automatic update checks. Use 0 to disable update checks. The default value is 30. The /UpdCheckDays parameter is only used for new installations. So if SyncBackPro is already installed then this value is ignored and it will continue to use the existing setting.
/StopBg="value" : By default, background backups are not started. To enable background backups pass "N", e.g. /StopBg="N"
/NoBackupPrompt="value" : You can also switch off the prompting about the backup folder when upgrading from one major version to another, e.g. /NoBackupPrompt="Y"
/CloseApplications : Instructs the installer to close applications using files that need to be updated (if possible).
/ForceCloseApplications : Instructs the installer to forcibly close applications using files that need to be updated (if possible).
For example, for a silent install of SyncBackSE, to use French, pass a serial number, switch off update checks, not be prompted about a backup folder for old profiles, and not be prompted about visiting the introduction page when the program is run:
SyncBackSE_Setup.exe /verysilent /language="FR" /SN="XXXXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX" /UpdCheckDays="0" /NoBackupPrompt="Y" /Counter="1"
For the SyncBackPro installation there are a number of optional installation command line parameters related to the SBM Service (if used):
/SBMS_Hostname="hostname" : This is the hostname, IP address, or URL of the SyncBack Management Service (SBM Service). If you are using a HTTP connection type then this is the complete URL include the port number. For example: /SBMS_Hostname="http://myserver.com:8099/BIN/". If you are using a TCP or Named Pipe connection type then this is the hostname or IP address. For example: /SBMS_Hostname="192.168.0.1".
/SBMS_Port="port number" : This is the port number of the SBM Service. It is only used when the connection type is TCP, and the default port number is 8095. For example: /SBMS_Port="8095"
/SBMS_Username="username" : This is the login username for the SBM Service. Typically each user has their own login username for the SBM Service.
/SBMS_Password="password" : This is the login password for the SBM Service.
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