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I'm currently using:

msiexec /i httpd.msi /passive ALLUSERS=1 SERVERADMIN=admin@localhost SERVERNAME=localhost SERVERDOMAIN=localhost SERVERPORT=80 INSTALLDIR=%SYSTEMDRIVE%\apache

To install apache without much input, however I don't want to install the Apache Monitor that comes with the .msi. How can I do that?

Thanks!

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use ADDLOCAL= to select features like this (ApacheMonitoring feature was removed from the list):

msiexec /i httpd-2.2.17-win32-x86-openssl-0.9.8o.msi /passive ALLUSERS=1 SERVERADMIN=admin@localhost SERVERNAME=localhost SERVERDOMAIN=localhost SERVERPORT=80 INSTALLDIR=%SYSTEMDRIVE%\apache ADDLOCAL=ApacheDocs,ApacheRuntime,Apache,BuildFiles,Iconv,OpensslBin,SslBin

You can use for example SuperOrca to see the features of a .msi file

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I was already checking msiexec /I httpd.msi /L*v ApacheInstaller.log like so. But was still trying to figure the default values for it. Thanks for your help! –  Queops Dec 22 '10 at 20:31
    
+1 Beat me by ~20 seconds. ADDLOCAL and the Feature table within the MSI are your friends. –  jscott Dec 22 '10 at 20:32
    
Yeah, a crazy place! I need some reputation as I will probably have some questions. –  kaboom Dec 22 '10 at 20:42

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