In some cases, you may need to install TestLeft in silent mode. In this mode, the installation is performed automatically without any user interaction.
For example, you install TestLeft in silent mode if you need to automate the installation procedure or deploy TestLeft on multiple computers on your network.
You can install TestLeft in silent mode via specific command-line arguments.
By installing TestLeft in silent mode, you confirm that you consent to all license terms and conditions, including:
Deploy the TestLeft installation package on the target computer.
On the target computer, run the installation using the needed command-line arguments. For example:
The installation program will install TestLeft without user interaction.
To run the installation using specific command-line arguments, administrator permissions are required.
You run the TestLeft installation in silent mode by launching its installation package with the following command-line arguments:
Must be one of the following:
If you specify the -Uninstall or -SilentUnInstall argument, the installation program will ignore the other command-line arguments and uninstall TestLeft.
To uninstall TestLeft, use the installation package of the TestLeft version that is currently installed.
The following arguments are optional:
The Log_Path value can be omitted. The log file will be saved to the folder where the installation package resides:
The Log_Path value also can be either a fully-qualified name of the log file or the name of the folder to which the log file will be saved. For example:
In silent mode, the installation wizard shows no messages. You can use the -Log command-line argument to configure the installation to create a log file and write all the progress information to it. After the installation is over, you can examine that log file to learn what was happening during the installation and the installation result.