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NAME

       msiexec - Wine MSI Installer

SYNOPSIS

       msiexec command {required parameter} [optional parameter]...

DESCRIPTION

       msiexec  is  the  Wine  MSI installer, which is command line compatible with its Microsoft
       Windows counterpart.

INSTALL OPTIONS

       /i {package|productcode} [property=foobar]
              Install {package|productcode} with property=foobar.

       /a {package|productcode} [property=foobar]
              Install {package|productcode} in administrator (network) mode.

       /x {package|productcode} [property=foobar]
              Uninstall {package|productcode} with property=foobar.

       /uninstall {package|productcode} [property=foobar]
              Same as /x.

REPAIR OPTIONS

       /f [p|o|e|d|c|a|u|m|s|v] {package|productcode}
              Repair an installation. Default options are ´omus´

       p      Reinstall the file if it is missing.

       o      Reinstall the file if it is missing or if any older version is installed.

       e      Reinstall the file if it is missing, or if the installed version is equal or older.

       d      Reinstall the file if it is missing or a different version is installed.

       c      Reinstall the file if it is missing or the checksum does not match.

       a      Reinstall all files.

       u      Rewrite all required user registry entries.

       m      Rewrite all required machine registry entries.

       s      Overwrite any conflicting shortcuts.

       v      Recache the local installation package from the source installation package.

PATCHING

       /p {patch} [property=foobar]
              Apply {patch}. This should not be used with any of the above options.

UI CONTOL

       /q{|n|b|r|f}
              These options allow changing the behavior of the UI when installing MSI packages.

       /q     Show no UI.

       /qn    Same as /q.

       /qb    Show a basic UI.

       /qr    Shows a reduced user UI.

       /qf    Shows a full UI.

LOGGING

       /l[*][i|w|e|a|r|u|c|m|o|p|v|][+|!] {logfile}
              Enable logging to {logfile}. Defaults are ´iwearmo´.

       *      Enable all logging options except ´v´ and ´x´.

       i      Log status messages.

       w      Log nonfatal warnings.

       e      Log all error messages.

       a      Log start of actions.

       r      Log action specifc records.

       u      Log user requests.

       c      Log initial UI parameters.

       m      Log out of memory errors.

       o      Log out of diskspace messages.

       p      Log terminal properties.

       v      Verbose logging.

       x      Log extra debugging messages.

       +      Append logging to existing file.

       !      Flush each line to log.

OTHER OPTIONS

       /h     Show help.

       /j[u|m] {package|productcode} [/t transform] [/g languageid]
              Advertise {package} optionally with /t {transform} and /g {languageid}.

       /y     Register MSI service.

       /z     Unregister MSI service.

       /?     Same as /h.

SEE ALSO

       wine(1),