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-====== How to provide parameters ​for automated deployment ​of Rhino 4.0 ======+====== How to Provide Parameters ​for Automated Deployment ​of Rhino 4.0 ======
 > **Note:** This document is for Rhino 4.0. A newer version of this document exists for [[rhino:​installingrhino:​5.0#​rhino_50_install_with_script_and_ini_file|Rhino 5]]. > **Note:** This document is for Rhino 4.0. A newer version of this document exists for [[rhino:​installingrhino:​5.0#​rhino_50_install_with_script_and_ini_file|Rhino 5]].
  
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-====== How to Edit the Rhino 4.0 Setup .INI file for automated installs====== +===== How to edit the Rhino 4.0 setup .INI file for automated installs===== 
-At the bottom of this page is displayed the literal content of the Rhino4Setup.INI file that is used when installing Rhino 4.0 from ActiveDirectory or SMS, or via a batch script, ​see **[[InstallingRhino.|Installing Rhino]]**+The literal content of the Rhino4Setup.INI file used when installing Rhino 4.0 from ActiveDirectory or SMS, or via a batch script, ​is displayed at the bottom of this page. See **[[InstallingRhino.|Installing Rhino]]**.
  
-You should get a fresh copy of that file from **[[http://​wiki.mcneel.com/​_media/​legacy/​en/​Rhino4Setup.zip|Rhino4Setup.ini]]** ​ or from the [[rhino:​rhinoceros|RhinoCeros]] ​folder of your Rhino 4.0 CD.+You should get a fresh copy of that file from **[[http://​wiki.mcneel.com/​_media/​legacy/​en/​Rhino4Setup.zip|Rhino4Setup.ini]]** ​ or from the Rhinoceros ​folder of your Rhino 4.0 CD.
  
-Edit this .INI file with a text editor like NotePad.+Edit this .INI file with a text editor like Notepad.
  
-The capitalized parts are the special keywords (MSI Properties) that the Rhino installer recognizes. ​ To have one of them be fed to the installer MSI, remove the pound sign # at the beginning of the line, and set the content on the right of the equal sign appropriately. ​ If you were to use the file as it is at the bottom of this page, the only parameters that would affect the install would be "INSTALL_EN=1" ​and "RMA_CDKEY=" ​(Please note, you will need to remove the "#" ​before your serial number, on the "RMA_CDKEY=" ​parameter.)+The capitalized parts are the special keywords (MSI Properties) that the Rhino installer recognizes. ​ To have one of them feed to the installer MSI, remove the pound sign # at the beginning of the line, and set the content on the right of the equal sign appropriately. ​ If you were to use the file as it is at the bottom of this page, the only parameters that would affect the install would be **INSTALL_EN=1** and **RMA_CDKEY=**. (Please note, you will need to remove the **#** before your serial number, on the **RMA_CDKEY=** parameter.)
  
-=====Parameters===== +====Parameters==== 
-AUTOINSTALL=1 - Tells the installer to run automatically without asking questions and without dialogs. ​ Without this, the dialogs will appear, but will be filled out already ​from your other parameters.+  * **AUTOINSTALL=1** - Tells the installer to run automatically without asking questions and without dialogs. ​ Without this, the dialogs will appear, but will already ​be filled out from your other parameters.  
 +  * **FOLDER="​C:​\Program Files\Rhinoceros 4.0"​** ​  ​- ​ Specify the folder to install into. Can be any location and must be surrounded by quotes if the path contains spaces.  
 +  * **RMA_CDKEY=AAAA-BBBB-CCCC-DDDD-EEEE** - Provides the CD-Key for the installation. Use this to install as a stand-alone node. The CD-Key can also be entered with no dashes. Including RH40- at the beginning is optional. 
 +  * **INSTALL_EN=1** ​  ​- ​ Install English language support. Supports running Rhino in English, and includes English Help, Tutorials, Sample Files, etc.
  
-FOLDER="​C:​\Program Files\[[rhino:​rhinoceros|RhinoCeros]] 4.0" ​  ​- ​ Specify the folder to install into, can be any location. ​ Must be surrounded by quotes if the path contains spaces. +====Optional ​parameters==== 
- +  * **WORKGROUP_NODE=1**  ​- ​ Alternative to the RMA_CDKEY entry, when you want the station to get its Rhino CD Key from the Zoo license manager (www.rhino3d.com/​zoo.htm) each time it starts.  
-RMA_CDKEY=AAAA-BBBB-CCCC-DDDD-EEEE - provides the CD-Key for the installation. Use this to install as a standalone node. The CD-Key can also be entered with no dashes, and may include RH40- at the beginning or not. +  * **USERNAME="​Rodney Dangerfield"​**  
- +  * **COMPANYNAME="​Universal Pictures"​**  
-INSTALL_EN=1 ​  ​- ​ Install English language support -- Supports running Rhino in English, and includes English Help, Tutorials, Sample Files, etc. +  * **INSTALL_XX=1**   -  Install support for language XX.
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-=====Optional ​Parameters:​===== +
-WORKGROUP_NODE=1 ​ -  Alternative to the RMA_CDKEY entry, when you want the station to get its Rhino CDKey from the Zoo license manager (www.rhino3d.com/​zoo.htm) each time it starts. +
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-USERNAME="​Rodney Dangerfield"​ +
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-COMPANYNAME="​Universal Pictures"​ +
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-INSTALL_XX=1 ​  ​- ​ Install support for language XX+
  
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      # INSTALL_JA = 0  # Do NOT Install Japanese Language support      # INSTALL_JA = 0  # Do NOT Install Japanese Language support
            
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rhino/automatedinstalls.txt · Last modified: 2015/10/28 by sandy