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Vault Windows Powershell install scripts

UPDATED: September 7, 2017


See the Vault Installation Guide, page 14 for full details on configuration options.  If you want a customized install, or if you are installing on Windows 2012 you need to use these scripts to perform the install.  If you are installing on Windows 2008 or lower, you can use this scripts if you have Windows PowerShell, but the traditional install option is also available.

Microsoft Windows installation
There are three installation scripts, including
the required script for installing the Vault
server components and two optional scripts
for installing Vault Windows service clients.
These scripts run under Powershell 2.0 and later versions. Note that for Windows 7, Windows
8, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2012, Powershell is bundled with Windows.
The Vault Windows installation material is contained within InstallSet.zip file. The actual
filename will reflect the product name (Vault), the version number (7.2.0.22 for example), the
word InstallSet, and a zip filetype.. Extract the contents of this zip file to your chosen install
directory, for example c:\vault-temp, at this point the following files will be available:
• install-admin.bat - the Windows admin service client
• install-desktop.bat- the Windows desktop service client
• install-vault.bat- the Vault system servers components
 INSTALLING UNDER MICROSOFT WINDOWS
REQUIRES ADMINISTRATOR ACCESS RIGHTS.
Installing Vault and clients
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Installing Vault server (required)
There are four files required for the Vault system installation:
• install-libs.psm1-the powershell common module/functions of the installation
• install-vault.ps1 - the powershell main script for the installation
• install-vault.bat - the main install batch command file.
• install-vault-config.txt - the install configuration.

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