Installing Infrastructure Management silently

Note

A silent installation may also be referred to as an unattended installation.
Related topics

Administering Infrastructure Management Maintenance Tool

Encrypting passwords and viewing logs with the Maintenance Tool

Encrypting passwords in the options file

For a silent installation, you encrypt the passwords and use them in the .options file. You can encrypt the passwords by using the Maintenance Tool. Run the following command to start the Maintenance Tool and get the encrypted password for each component. Run the tool on a computer that has JRE installed. Place the encrypted passwords in the .options file before starting the installation:

OSCommandExample
Microsoft Windows

TSIMServer\Disk1\utility\TrueSightIMMaintenanceTool.cmd -silent -encrypt -encrypt -password=<myPassword> -confirm_password=<myPassword>

where myPassword is the password to be encrypted

C:\Program Files\BMC Software\TrueSight\utility>TrueSightIMMaintenanceTool.cmd
-silent -encrypt -encrypt -password=myCMDBPassword -confirm_password=myCMDBPassword

Starting the TSIMServer Maintenance Tool...

DES\:9b1ed66cb2ca852d76282c69c2fd256b06459741992f718cdf624d53e37dfa53

Done!

Linux

TSIMServer/Disk1/utility/TrueSightIMMaintenanceTool.sh -silent -encrypt -encrypt -password=myPassword -confirm_password=myPassword

where myPassword is the password to be encrypted

bash-3.2# ./TrueSightIMMaintenanceTool.sh
-silent -encrypt -encrypt -password=myCMDBPassword -confirm_password=myCMDBPassword

Starting the TSIMServer Maintenance Tool...

DES\:9b1ed66cb2ca852d76282c69c2fd256b06459741992f718cdf624d53e37dfa53

Done!

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