An Unattended Installation is an automated installation technology that you can use to install with no user intervention. Unattended installation is typically used during large-scale rollouts when it would be too slow and costly to have administrators or technicians interactively install the operating system on individual computers.

To perform an unattended installation you need to have an installation kit of Pulseway in your computer. You can download it for free from here: https://www.pulseway.com/downloads.

After you have the installation kit you must place it in a folder where it will be accessible by all the computers you wish to install it. Now you must instruct all computers that you want to install the computer to run one of the following commands:

UNC_PATH\Pulseway_xNN.msi /qn config=FFF configpassword=PPP 

Replace the following placeholders:

  • NN -> Architecture of the Operating System (86 or 64)

  • FFF -> The UNC path for the configuration file to be imported

  • PPP -> The password for the configuration file

Or:

UNC_PATH\Pulseway_xNN.msi /qn username=UUU password=PPP group=GGG server=SSS

Replace the following placeholders:

  • NN -> Architecture of the Operating System (86 or 64)

  • UUU -> Your Pulseway username

  • PPP -> Your Pulseway password (in clear text)

  • GGG -> The group you wish your computer to join

  • SSS -> The Dedicated Server URL (if assigned to your account) 

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