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  • Blog Post: Automate Your MSMQ Installation

    Two New Operating Systems Bring Two New, Exciting Ways to Install (or Uninstall) MSMQ This week we talk about automated installation (and new in Vista and Windows Server 2008, uninstallation) of MSMQ via unattend files. The Optional Component setup story has changed a bit since Windows Server 2003...
  • Blog Post: Unattended MSMQ installation on Windows Server 2003

    Let’s say you want to install all components except Downlevel Client Support on a Windows Server 2003 computer. You could run the following command: sysocmgr /i:sysoc.inf /x /u:unattend.ini with following unattend.ini file: [Version] Signature = "$Windows NT$" [Global] FreshMode...
  • Blog Post: Unattended MSMQ installation on Windows Vista

    Edited on 4/11/2008 to corrected the build numbers in the examples. The correct build number is 6.0.6000.16386. Vista introduces a new tool for installing and removing Optional Components, called OCSetup.exe. For those of you familiar with Package Manager (pkgmgr.exe), OCSetup is, in part, a wrapper...
  • Blog Post: Unattended MSMQ installation on Windows Server 2008

    Windows Server 2008 has a nifty new command line tool called ServerManagerCmd.exe which makes installing and uninstalling Optional Components and Server Roles quick and easy. It is not related to the Package Manager/OCSetup family of tools, so although it’s different, it’s also a bit simpler and easier...
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