The Installer can be executed with the following commands. 


-- Start true This command is needed everytime you want to execute the installer using commands. 

   (If you want to execute the --Help command you will have to write --Start true --Help).


--Help This will display all available commands and a short description.


--S  true This will execute the installer as a silent installation.

  Example --S true


--Path path  Defines the installation location values that can be parsed 

  are " local " , "default" or “C:\ yourpath \”. 

  local will install the pc application under C:\Users\YourUser\AppData\Local.

  default will install the  pc application under C:\Users\Default. 

  Example --Path local

  

  (Note you must include --Enablevdi true. The pc client will only use the settings below if vdi is enabled )

--Enablevdi  values "true" or "false" will install the client as a VDI client and create a 

  config file that contains vdi settings.

  Example --Enablevdi true


--Delay values "true" or "false" should the user be allowed to change the cache delay

  Example --Delay true


--Cachedelay value should be a number. default value is 0 

  if the cache delay is set to 0 the client will delete the cache on exit.

  Example --Cachedelay 1


--Cachelocation this is the location where the cache files are stored. 

  The system creates a sub folder under this location for each user. 

  If the value is set to "calculate" the cache will be place on the drive with most space 

  available at first start up. Alternatively you can set the drive location B:\ or something else

  Example --Cachelocation calculate


--Metadatalocation this is the location where the share metadata is stored (the database) 

  values are local or roaming  

  local will place the meta data at C:\Users\yourUser\AppData\local

  roaming will place the meta data at C:\Users\yourUser\AppData\Roaming

  Example --Metadatalocation local


--Setdriveletter values "true" or "false" should the user be allowed to select/change drive letter

  Example --Setdriveletter true


--Defaultdriveletter this will change the default drive letter from u: to the letter that 

  are parsed via the command

  Example --Defaultdriveletter j:


--Userdataencrypt if true the pc application will encrypt the RfUserData folder

  Example --Userdataencrypt true